Mars One

March 2017

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 March 2017.

CNBC interviewed Bas Lansdorp about Mars One’s business model: A Mars mission with a business model that is more Disney than SpaceX

BBC Radio 4 broadcast a program on the psychology of human Mars missions with interviews with astronaut candidate Ryan MacDonald and our Chief Medical Officer Dr. Norbert Kraft: Moving to the Red Planet 

Pulse Headlines wrote about Lockheed Martin’s plans to go to Mars and included other misison Mars mission initiatives including Mars One: Lockheed Martin wants to colonize Mars in 12 years

Fiji Sun Online compared Mars One’s future astronauts with ancient mariners and seafarers: Seafarers Sailing On Uncharted Territories

Blasting News published a post about NASA’s RFI for payloads on private Mars missions and the growing coorperation between the organization and the private space sector: NASA issues Request for Information for payloads on private probes to Mars

Futurism posted an article about the needed physical and biological changes in a human body to permanently settle Mars. mars One is mentioned as one of the endeavours to bring humans to Mars: To Colonize Mars, Humans Need to Evolve

T3.com gave an overview of current Mars mission plans: These are all the missions planning to take humans to Mars

Mars One’s co-founder and CTO Arno Wielders wrote an opinion piece for NRC Live about the use of our solar system: Ontginning van het zonnestelsel

In a post about the evolution of future Mars settlers, Inquisitr mentioned Mars One as one of the initiatives aiming to go to Mars: Life On Mars: Colonists Could Evolve Quickly, Become Separate Human Species

Esquire Russia interviewed Mars One’s CEO and co-founder Bas Lansdorp and astronaut candidate Anastasiya Stepanova: Ласковый Марс

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