What would it be like to live on Mars? Would it resemble the portrayals in movies, where sandstorms can strike at any time, knocking down astronauts and their space stations? Extended observation of rovers on Mars has given us a clearer impression of what it is like to live on Mars. For instance, its atmosphere is primarily composed of carbon dioxide, and it is so thin that it fails to block any solar radiation. Hence, when astronauts leave the space station they must wear a spacesuit. Yet, the thin atmosphere also allows more stars to be visible and appear brighter than they are on Earth. Follow the steps of the Curiosity rover and experience the three thousand days and nights as it did on Mars. What do you want to do and see on Mars?