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Out of 200,000 applicants to establish a colony on Mars by 2025, Mars One announces the selection of 1058 candidates. Mars One is a non-profit organization with the goal of establishing a permanent human settlement on mars.
World Space Week will begin Friday, October 4 and continue through October 10 with this year's theme, "Exploring Mars, Discovering Earth."
The Mars One project, a not-for-profit organization that seeks to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars in 2023, is now accepting applications. And all that is required at this stage is that the applicant be over the age of 18.
As NASA's Curiosity rover scours the surface of Mars and beams pictures of the stark and desolate landscape back to Earth, we've begun to paint a picture of what living on the red planet might actually be like.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk says he hopes to be able to put man on Mars within the next 12 to 15 years and that one day SpaceX could make it possible for people to thrive and establish businesses there.
To some, man setting foot on Mars may seem like a pipe dream, but to one Dutch group, it’s a business idea. Mars One has a plan to send a communications satellite to the Red Planet by 2016, and then set up several stages of other flights until landing man on Mars for a permanent settlement in 2023.
The life of a journalist is both work and play, but sometimes it’s just downright exhausting.
International Space Station crew members will answer questions from reporters following the scheduled hatch opening of SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft.
Speculations are emerging that the U.S. may be losing its foothold in Earth observing satellites technology, however, the one thing these reports fail to account for is the up-and-coming commercialized space industry.
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