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MARS ONE ASTRONAUTS
Mars One Candidate Thinks She Has What It Takes To Go To Red Planet
Emily Tess Katz
Martians in Houston: Do We Have a Problem?
Jan Millsapps, Ph.D.
Author, Filmmaker, Educator, Cosmologist
I realized how easily we immerse ourselves in our own disciplines and envelop ourselves in our own values, and that exiting these self-imposed and limiting confines is key to understanding and propelling ourselves toward any future -- especially the one we humans envision on Mars.
Islamic Leaders Issue Fatwa Prohibiting One-Way Trips to Mars
Journalist at OpenMinds.tv
You may be wondering why anyone would want to take a one-way trip to Mars, and honestly I wonder that myself. However, Dutch company Mars One plans to do just that, and they received over 200,000 applicants vying to take the trip.
WATCH: Potential Red Planet Residents Open Up About Fears, Hopes
So You Wanna Go To Mars?
Here's Your Chance To Live On Mars -- For Free
The Uncharted Territories of Mars: Is Science Enough?
A project that aims to establish the first settlement on Mars by 2023, Mars One will provide the opportunity for scientists worldwide to work together and to achieve what previously has seemed impossible: to travel to Mars and to settle there.
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