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"Mars One" lists the “five key characteristics (http://mars-one.com/en/faq-en/21-faq-selection/251-do-i-qualify-to-apply)” of a Martian explorer. These include: resiliency , adaptability (being open and tolerant of ideas), curiosity, and the ability to trust and creativity/resourcefulness.
Its an ambitious project to establish a human colony on Mars - Yes, for Real!
The mission aims to send a crew Lead by Dr .Russo to the Red Planet in 2022.
The mission, a private venture by the Dutch non-profit organization Mars One, aims to send a crew to the Red Planet in 2022 – and, due to the physiological change in the human body after a stay on Mars, there’d be no coming back. Be part of Mars’ first immigrants RSVP Close on August 31).
“This is turning out to be the most desired job in history,” says Dr Mike Zajac, co-founder of Mars One.
Day-to-day life on Mars will be no picnic: The organization says that the daily routine on the planet would involve construction work on the colony (installing greenhouses, for example), maintenance of the settlement’s systems and research into Mars’ climate and geological history–all in an inhospitable environment with unbreathable air and an average temperature in the planet’s mid-latitudes of around -58 degrees Fahrenheit.
But Mars One says it is not looking for applicants with specific skills, such as a science degree, that might be useful during an interplanetary posting. Instead, they are looking for people who “have a deep sense of purpose, willingness to build and maintain healthy relationships, the capacity for self-reflection and ability to trust.” They also want volunteers who are “resilient, adaptable, curious, creative and resourceful.” Candidates will receive a minimum of eight years training before leaving Earth, the company says.
“Gone are the days when bravery and the number of hours flying a supersonic jet were the top criteria for selection. Now, we are more concerned with how well each astronaut works and lives with the others–and for a lifetime of challenges ahead,” said Norbert Kraft, a former Senior Research Associate at NASA and Chief Medical
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