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The Kind Of People Who Will Go To Mars

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Living in space requires near perfect planning. The International Space Station is an ideal place to practice and iron out the technologies. We can try new things and launch new equipment, and compared to Mars, the station is very close. Once we set off for Mars, we need to have the technologies and human factors well worked out, because there will be no reasonable return, support, or resupply.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 6 )