Mars One

April 2015

Below you can find an overview of several online posts & news items, printed articles, and interviews and programs on radio and television on Mars One in April 2015.

The National discussed how the UAE could host a mission simulation for Mars One candidates: Mars One chief considers UAE for extraterrestrial training site

The Guardian wrote about play, an exploration of the human ability to cope with being in space, which was inspired by the Mars One mission: Mars One-inspired play explores first human mission to red planet

Salon discussed the idea of procreation in Space with a reference to Mars One’s mission to establish a human settlement on Mars: There will be sex in space: Mars, science and “the dictates of biology and human culture”

WVXU wrote an article about the university project Mars One will send to Mars on the 2020 unmanned mission: The first step to growing food on Mars

Clapway discussed the steps humans need to take to fly to Mars and mentioned Mars One’s ambitions: Necessary Steps To Achieve Our Mission To Mars

Cyprus Mail wrote an article about how Cyprus would be the ideal place to host the Mars One simulation outpost: Cyprus ‘ideal’ to host Mars One simulation station

Bloomberg Business interviewed Bas Lansdorp, CEO of Mars One, about his plan to send people on a one-way colonization trip to Mars: The Latest on Mars One Colonization Plans

CTV News discussed the siblings that are advising Mars One and it's mission to Mars: The brother and sister behind the Mars One mission

On Monday February 16th, Mars One announced that only 100 hopefuls have been selected to proceed to the next round of the Mars One Astronaut Selection Process. Below you will find media publications about this and the 100 candidates.

Media from around the world continue to show interest in the stories from the candidates in Mars One’s astronaut selection process. Some of their stories can be found here: