US Needs a Mars Colony, Buzz Aldrin Tells Senators by Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer   |  2/26/15

US Needs a Mars Colony, Buzz Aldrin Tells Senators by Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer | 2/26/15

A One Way Trip to Mars - Although NASA would prefer round trips for astronauts, in a recent interview Buzz Aldrin, he suggested that the fist crews to land on Mars should stay there until a colony of about 100 people is settled...

A One Way Trip to Mars - Although NASA would prefer round trips for astronauts, in a recent interview Buzz Aldrin, he suggested that the fist crews to land on Mars should stay there until a colony of about 100 people is settled...

O Projeto de Sistemas de Habitação é um projecto único de uma equipe de arquitetos da Nasa, cientistas e engenheiros, trabalham em conjunto para desenvolver ambientes sustentáveis de vida, espaços de trabalho e laboratórios para missões espaciais de nova geração

O Projeto de Sistemas de Habitação é um projecto único de uma equipe de arquitetos da Nasa, cientistas e engenheiros, trabalham em conjunto para desenvolver ambientes sustentáveis de vida, espaços de trabalho e laboratórios para missões espaciais de nova geração

Pluto's Bizarre 'Ice Volcano' Seen Up Close In Latest New Horizons Image

Another Bizarre Discovery On Pluto

Pluto's Bizarre 'Ice Volcano' Seen Up Close In Latest New Horizons Image

Could SpaceX land the first humans on Mars?

Could SpaceX land the first humans on Mars?

Why should politicians support trips beyond Earth orbit? It's good for jobs in the short term, and good for our survival in the long term. Commentary by NBC News' Jay Barbree.

SpaceHabs With a projected settlement date of 2025, the Mars One project has received over 200,000 applications for the one way trip to the Red Planet. But creating a living, sustainable community on the distant planet for the select inhabitants will require not only unique technological and engineering solutions, but also novel architectural systems. Bryan Versteeg is a conceptual designer who’s been working with the Mars One team in anticipation of the planet’s eventual colonization.

SpaceHabs With a projected settlement date of 2025, the Mars One project has received over 200,000 applications for the one way trip to the Red Planet. But creating a living, sustainable community on the distant planet for the select inhabitants will require not only unique technological and engineering solutions, but also novel architectural systems. Bryan Versteeg is a conceptual designer who’s been working with the Mars One team in anticipation of the planet’s eventual colonization.

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