At first sight, Mars seems to be the most friendly planet for space exploration. However, unlike Earth, it does not have a magnetosphere that would protect against the effects of the solar wind. As a result of the loss of the magnetic field, our red neighbor has lost most of its atmosphere, and worse still loses its residue even up to 2 kilograms of ions. This causes a number of problems to settle on it. Human colonization of Mars is only possible if the conditions prevailing on it, first of all by stopping the loss of particles of the atmosphere and its concentration.

Molecity is a comprehensive, multi-stage approach to colonization, beginning a few years before the first humans from Earth set off.

First, on a stable L1 orbit between Mars and the Sun, a magnetic shield will be placed, a powerful magnetic resonance that generates a magnetic field that protects the planet by not letting through most of the particles ejected from our star. Thanks to this, in the next years the pressure will increase, and the carbon dioxide located on the planet’s icy poles will start sublimating. As a result, there will be a greenhouse effect that facilitates the expansion. This process will require a lot of time, but you will notice its effects very quickly. At the same time, fully automated rockets are sent to Mars. After landing, the drills inserted into them begin to drill deep into Mars. Excavated regolith serves as a building material for 3D printing of rocket shields, protecting against solar radiation and sandstorms. RTG generators will be located, which will be one of the forms of obtaining energy.

Only at this moment, the first spaceships with people reach Mars. They are already permanently in orbit around the planet, facilitating communication between individual Molecites and allowing Mars to be observed to detect dangers such as strong solar flashes or sandstorms.