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Mars One Mission Selects Final 100 Candidates to Colonize Mars | IFLScience

Mars One Mission Selects Final 100 Candidates to Colonize Mars | IFLScience

Mais de 100 mil inscritos para viagem a Marte… sem regresso | alien's & android's technologies

Mais de 100 mil inscritos para viagem a Marte… sem regresso | alien's & android's technologies

Despite the enormous difficulty and expense related to space travel, a Dutch group has announced plans to set up a small living station on Mars by 2023.

Dutch Group Planning for Mars Settlement by 2023

Despite the enormous difficulty and expense related to space travel, a Dutch group has announced plans to set up a small living station on Mars by 2023.

© Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation, photo: Christoph Gerigk

© Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation, photo: Christoph Gerigk

No Man's Land: Where on Mars Should Astronauts Go? 3/4/16 Inside the first meeting of the committee to colonize the Red Planet-Scientific American

No Man's Land: Where on Mars Should Astronauts Go? 3/4/16 Inside the first meeting of the committee to colonize the Red Planet-Scientific American

The Mars One applicant pool is down to 1,058 candidates: 472 are female, 586 are male. The United States has the most participants, with 297. Canada follows with 75, India with 62 and Russia with 52. The rest are scattered across the globe, from Italy to Singapore.

The Mars One applicant pool is down to 1,058 candidates: 472 are female, 586 are male. The United States has the most participants, with 297. Canada follows with 75, India with 62 and Russia with 52. The rest are scattered across the globe, from Italy to Singapore.

Homme mandarine trompé ;)

Homme mandarine trompé ;)

The low pressure on Mars, one per cent that on Earth, will require the habitat to maintain a higher pressure for its occupants to survive. Mars One wants to place its habitat at an altitude of 2.5 miles (4km), which would increase atmospheric pressure

Mars One claims to have ‘solved’ how humans will survive on Mars

The low pressure on Mars, one per cent that on Earth, will require the habitat to maintain a higher pressure for its occupants to survive. Mars One wants to place its habitat at an altitude of 2.5 miles (4km), which would increase atmospheric pressure

Mars base model by Kevin Atkins

Mars base model by Kevin Atkins

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