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The Awesome Mars Base REF VR041H Saber Cyclone Shirt Moon / Mars are really about the same from a Delta-V point of view, the hardest thing about either mission is getting up and away from Earth. Travel times are different, but that’s about it. It’s also another planet, and we go to the Moon we’re going to putz around there for another 50 years before moving on. People on Mars will be independent enough from Earth to do their own thing. The moon has lower gravity, is easier to get to, and no atmosphere. It’s perfect for an industrial hub for building interplanetary spacecraft, space stations, and asteroid mining. We would not be putzing around there. Even the above video mentions that it would be necessary for cost-effective trips and resupplies to Mars.
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And we don’t need to Awesome Mars Base REF VR041H Saber Cyclone Shirt rush. It is exceedingly unlikely that a planet killer asteroid or comet will wipe us out in the next few hundred years. If thermonuclear war happened and society collapsed, a mars base dependent on resupplies would not survive. Further, even the earth in a nuclear winter would be far easier to survive than mars on a good day. While I agree there is a bias for Mars, there are definitely a lot of reasons to set up a Mars base. Plus, we could do it now with current technology, it would be expensive though, both in set up and to keep shipping supplies, but not necessarily prohibitively so. There’s nothing about the moon that would make lunar colonies less self-sustaining than Martian ones.