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- Concat files of different encodings?
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What kinds of engineers are likely to be in demand on a future Mars colony?
If humans succeed in setting up a colony on Mars in the future, as Elon Musk hopes to do, presumably they'll need a lot of engineers.
What engineering specialisms are likely to be especially in demand in that environment?
Put another way: if I wanted to maximise my chances of getting a ticket to Mars, what would be a good niche to start studying today?