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When the Earth became overpopulated, NASA created the Mars Space Program, with the ultimate goal of colonizing and populating the planet Mars. The goal, which was to be accomplished over a period of one to two hundred years, was to build massive, live-in cities while tending huge greenhouses capable of expelling enough oxygen to change the chemical constitution of Mars' atmosphere. The mission, over the years, at times seemed like it would succeed, but in the end, the storms of the red planet proved too great, and they wiped out all life which attempted to survive on its surface. This is the diary of Lieutenant Megan Hudson, transcribed from her own vocal broadcasts and attached to pictures which she took of the landscape around her during her final months. She is one of the last survivors on the red planet, and her story will serve as a reminder and a warning for many generations to come.