An interesting project called Mars One plans to populate the planet in human beings.
It is planned to send a crew of four people on a journey for 7 months, and then send a new team and so every two years, new people will join the settlement.
The first settlement to be established in April 2023, and by 2033, Mars will live and work more than 20 people.
Mars One project team working on the plan since the beginning of 2011. In the first year it has been extensive and thorough feasibility study on the idea of learning all the details with numerous experts and expert organizations. This analysis included not only the technical elements but also comprehensively discussed the financial, psychological and ethical aspects.
Mars One has an impressive list of people who support the mission to Mars. One of them is Prof. Dr. Gerard Hooft, Nobel laureate physicist in 1999.
In 2011, members of the Mars One project worked on non-public mission. Once the mission was planned out, Mars One Contact supplier prerequisites. All potential suppliers have been delighted with the apolitical, commercial, manned flight to Mars and confirmed its ability to produce components as needed.
It will be a year in which to begin the selection of astronauts. Who will be among the first four people on Mars, and of those who follow them every two years after that? Anyone who feels that he can cope with this task, can apply for the position. There will be a total of 40 astronauts. Of those wishing to fly will be selected the strongest physically and mentally.
Mars One will build a copy of the Martian settlement in the desert in the world to prepare the astronauts and to provide a realistic environment for testing equipment. The selection of astronauts and their training in a simulated Mars base will be broadcast on television and on the Internet for public viewing.
It will be a year in which to start the preparation for the mission support. And it will last up to the launch in 2016. Also begin production of the first Martian communications satellites. (Photo: Surrey Satellite Technology)
Mission Support will be launched to Mars in January 2016. The module will land on the Red Planet in October 2016 with a cargo of 2,500 kg of food or other materials. Landing will be made near the place where the supposed location of the outpost.