Mars: Why Four Scientists Were Trapped in a Red Planet Replica for a Year

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title, Anga Selariu, Ross Brockwell, Kelly Haston and Nathan Jones served a year in prison.

  • author, Nikolai Voronin
  • stock, BBC Global News

Half a century ago, flights to Mars were the stuff of science fiction.

Today, scientists are seriously thinking about what skills the future colonists of the Red Planet will need, how they will survive the long journey there and how they will be prepared to face hostile and uninhabitable conditions.

It takes a special kind of person to live in space. How will astronauts cope?

To answer these questions, on June 25 last year, four American pioneers Kelly Houston, Ross Brockwell, Nathan Jones and Anga Selariu embarked on a “spacewalk”.

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