Chris Hadfield: Mars One Mission Probably Will Never Go to Mars

Astronomy Science ~ This is labeled as ' mission impossible ' that it may never fulfill its promise. Nonetheless, Mars One controve...

Astronomy Science ~ This is labeled as 'mission impossible' that it may never fulfill its promise. Nonetheless, Mars One controversial project - which aims to send humans to live on the red planet - has been cut from 200,000 candidates to only 663.

From here, the final crew consisted of four people will be selected to perform one-way trip to Mars and scheduled to arrive in 2025 at Mars after a tiring journey for seven months in space. Additional teams will join the colony every two years, with the intention that by the year 2033 there will be over twenty people who live and work on Mars.

There, they will collect data, oxygen-producing plant crops and build a foundation for human colonization. The majority of candidates are from the United States, India and China. Chris Hadfield, a former commander of the ISS, recently told to Elmo Keep, writer on Medium that this mission will probably never happen.

Illustration of colonization on Mars
Illustration of colonization on Mars
"This project is spectacular, but I do not know, I fear that it will create disappointment in the people, therefore it is made as if it will happen." said Hadfield. Endemol, the production company behind Big Brother, said that earlier in this year, they will document the progress of the group of candidates as they compete for a ticket to the red planet.

The astronaut candidate does not need to have scientific qualifications and the audience vote will be used to make a final choice. Each settler Mars selected will then be asked to dedicate their eight years lives to prepare for a pioneering mission on Mars within 300 million miles (482 million km).

Igore Mitrofanov of the Space Research Institute at the Russian Academy of Sciences told to the Voice of Russia that the greatest risk in this mission is the large amounts of radiation would strike the volunteers. Hadfield also said that he doubted the ability of the participants in this trip if they know enough science and technology. The group has promised that within 1,000 years, everyone on Earth will remember who the first man on Mars.

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Chris Hadfield: Mars One Mission Probably Will Never Go to Mars
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