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Interplanetary Explo
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Notes: The Ares missions were Earth's first manned exploration of Mars in the early 2030's. The ships were manned by a crew of three with two landing on the surface of Mars. The vessels were also equipped with the most advance technology of the day including an ion drive and a transpectral imager.
Ares IV
Threat Rating: None  Est Ships: 4  Known Ships: 4
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2034 - Ares IV is lost in orbit of Mars due to a passing graviton ellipse, standing two crew members on the surface 2376 - Ares IV is found in the Delta quadrant by USS Voyager

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