Definitely not! And i could think of many reasons why.
I've been thinking, should humans colonize Mars?
There are many different types of rocks on Mars.
A meteorite has been found on Mars ground the size of a baseball and the meteorite was made out of iron nickle. This tells me that asteroids and meteoroids have a chance of making it's way through the atmosphere.
Mars has so much rust in the air that it makes the sky red!
Mars has various seasons and weather.
Mars weather can also be problematic if we were to colonize there. Mars can get up to -130 degrees and that temperature would be too cold for humans to go outside.
The human body is effected by space travel.
When people travel in space they get taller, their bones and muscles get weaker, and your heart gets smaller.
These body changes can have major side affects! When you get taller (your spine stretches out) it can possibly cause back pain and when your heart gets smaller you have a weaker heart function. You are also more vulnerable to bone fractures when your bones get weaker.
Radiation is a huge obstacle keeping people away from mars. One type of radiation is cosmic rays. These rays can rip through all metal, plastic, and cellular material. As the rays rip through the material it pulls off electrons and protons.scientist don't know how to protect the space travelers from this kind of radiation
greatest challanges astronauts traveling to mars have to face