Human Settlement on Mars Mars One aims to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. Several unmanned missions will be completed, establishing a habitable settlement before carefully selected and trained crews team work plan depart to Mars. Funding and implementing this plan will not be easy, it will be hard. Food for Mars: Will Worms survive the Martian and Lunar soils?
Permanent Settlement Sending humans to Mars is a phenomenal undertaking by all standards and presents very real risks and challenges. Establishing a permanent settlement is very complex, but it is far less complex and requires much less infrastructure sent to Mars than return missions. Mars One has already started contracting established aerospace companies that will be able to develop the required systems. A habitable settlement will await the first crew before they depart Earth. The hardware needed will be sent to Mars in the years ahead of the humans. Astronaut Selection and Preparation The global search has begun for the first humans to set foot on Mars and make it their home. In an extensive training period, candidates will learn the skills they will need on Mars and on their journey there.
The combined skill set of each astronaut team member will cover a very wide range of disciplines. In 1000 years, everyone on Earth will still remember who the first humans on Mars were! You Make It Happen The whole world will watch and experience this journey. Everyone, including you, can participate in space exploration. This can be your mission to Mars! Join our global effort by sharing our vision with your friends, supporting us and perhaps becoming a Mars One astronaut yourself. Your Study Guides and Strategies starts here!
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