Mars One project

 
What to expect from the world of science in 2016
What to expect from the world of science in 2016
This year, white dishes will mushroom on the Northern Cape’s dusty plains as South Africa’s 64-dish MeerKAT starts to take shape. The MeerKAT is...
Mars mission: How to emigrate to the Red Planet
Mars mission: How to emigrate to the Red Planet
Five South Africans have their hearts set on being among the 24 people selected to embark on a one-way mission to Mars.
Why on earth would I go to Mars?
Why on earth would I go to Mars?
On February 16, Kobus Vermeulen was one of five South Africans (including a woman who lives abroad) among the 100 candidates selected by Mars...
Four South Africans make round three of Mars One mission
Four South Africans make round three of Mars One mission
The objective of Dutch non-profit Mars One is simple: to establish a permanent human settlement on the red planet. 
Final frontier fiasconauts raise Mars bar
Final frontier fiasconauts raise Mars bar
From more than 200 000 people who hoped to leave Earth and die on Mars, only 660 remain in the running. On February 16 this number will be...
Reality stars doomed to die on Mars
Reality stars doomed to die on Mars
The Dutch not-for-profit Mars One project aims to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars, to be financed by turning the mission into a...
The ultimate Big Brother challenge: Living on Mars
The ultimate Big Brother challenge: Living on Mars
The Mars One programme is offering civilians, including South Africans, the opportunity to create a human colony on Mars.
Earth a little bit cramped, says shortlisted Mars explorer
Earth a little bit cramped, says shortlisted Mars explorer
A comfortable, middle-class Parisian life may be the envy of many people, but Florence Porcel would give it all up to be among the first...
Mars One: Reality bites
Mars One: Reality bites
For a shot at all this excitement and fame you need to volunteer online with Mars One, the non-profit company behind the initiative. Requirements...
South Africans bid for stay on Mars
South Africans bid for stay on Mars
The South Africans, aged between 19 and 32, had to submit a video of why they wanted to go to Mars and why they should be selected.

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