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 May 2014.
Mars One announced that from the original pool of 1058 round 2 astronaut candidates, only 705 remain in the selection process. Below you'll find some of the following media publications:
Many of the 705 remaining candidates were interviewed by media outlets around the world, including CNN, RT, El Mundo, ITV, Le Figaro, Doha News, Exame Informática, CBC, New Scientist, Clarín, Renascença, Business Insider, CBS News, and Los Tiempos.
Newsweek published an article about the business plan of Mars One: We Haven't Walked on Mars Yet, But People Are Already Selling Pieces of It.
Wired includes Mars One in their article Tech Time Warp of the Week: Watch Google Recruit for the First Human Colony on Mars.
An impression of the Mars One settlement on Mars, created by Bryan Versteeg, was published by The Guardian: A cosy little house on Mars? Cities in space – in pictures.
How will men and women representing so many different cultural, ethnic and religious traditions work out issues of decision-making? Barbara King raises this question in an article on NPR: Mars Offers Humanity A Do-Over.
In April 2014, Bas Lansdorp presented at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, USA. Examiner.com reoprted on the presentation: NAB Show 2014 Las Vegas and Mars One: a reason to explore space again.
CNN aired the following item on Mars One: Group aims to land on Mars by 2025.