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First Words on Mars 
1st-Feb-2017 08:26 pm
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I saw a question by a Facebook friend asking if you were hired to write two to three sentences for the first person on Mars to say, what would they be? Somebody then linked to an article about the BBC basically asking the same thing. The BBC said that it would take a minimum of three minutes for the message to reach earth and it could take up to a maximum of twenty minutes, so in essence, those words would be uttered silently. Which ones do you like or do you have another suggestion? (Things in parentheses are not said, they are just commentary).

Poll #2062332 First Words Said on Mars

Which of these do you like for the first words said on Mars?

Buzz, Mars is no longer waiting. We have arrived.
1(7.1%)
That's one small step for mankind. One giant leap for man's destiny.
0(0.0%)
Humankind has changed its landscape and with luck it's point of view.
1(7.1%)
With these first few steps taken, we are all Martians, now.
1(7.1%)
I hope this looks better on camera, because walking on this soundstage this scenery looks fake as hell. No one is going to buy this.
2(14.3%)
(with dedication to David Bowie) The stars look very different today. The earth is blue and there's nothing I can do.
2(14.3%)
(with dedication to David Bowie)
0(0.0%)
There's a starman waiting in the sky Hed like to come and meet us But he thinks he'd blow our minds There's a starman waiting in the sky
1(7.1%)
We as a race step foot on this planet in peace not war
2(14.3%)
Why has it taken so long to take the next giant leap for humanity?
0(0.0%)
Here Rover... come on boy!
1(7.1%)
I've made a huge mistake.
3(21.4%)
Another small step for man along the path of knowledge and as I stand on Mars I look towards the outer planets and the stars beyond
0(0.0%)
I have another suggestion (Please put it in the comments)
0(0.0%)


If you want to check out more, Here's the BBC article or just search the hashtag #BBCMars on Twitter
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