Mars One

October 2014

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 October 2014.  

Bloomberg Businessweek interviewed Bas Lansdorp about his efforts to put a human colony on Mars: Want to go to Mars? Meet the Man That Can Make It Happen.

Recently, a study from MIT was released about Mars One. Bas Lansdorp was interviewed to comment on the report by Universe Today: Mars One Dustup: Founder Says Mission Won’t Fail As MIT Study Predicts

L’obs discussed Mars One’s mission to Mars: Partir vivre sur Mars ? "Un jour, mes fils me rejoindront"

Mail Online considered the possibility of reproduction on Mars: Is there love on Mars? Even if we colonise Red Planet one day, gravity and radiation could affect reproduction, warn scientists

Gamma Squad discussed whether the Mars mission should be all-female: Should The First Mission To Mars Be All-Female?

The Science Times wrote an article about Mars One and it’s mission to the Red Planet: Deserting Earth for a Chance in Space—Martian Pilgrims look to Mars for a New Permanent Adventure

The Verge suggested ideas for how to survive on Mars: The Big Future: Can we colonize Mars?

The Examiner.com discussed the support of NASA’s Chief for colonizing Mars: Life on Mars? NASA chief says colonizing Mars is the key to ensure our survival

BBC provided a guide on Space Colonies: The expert guide to space colonies

Деловая столица outlined the three major projects dedicated to flying to Mars: Три главных проекта, которые переселят людей на Марс

The Space Review wrote an article outlining advice from Apollo for Mars One: Lessons from Apollo for Mars One

De Redactie discussed the amazing possibility of Mars One sending humans to Mars: Zetten in 2025 mensen voet op Mars?

SpiegelTV interviewed Bas Lansdorp, Wolfgang Burger, Francesco Massei and Ana Vodopivec: Mars Koloniesirung 

Tech Times mentions how Mars One may beat NASA to the next great goal of sending humans to Mars: Why privatized space exploration and NASA aren't done with each other

Motherboard discusses when humans will live on Mars: When Will Humans Live on Mars?

Recently, Buzz Aldrin outlined his support and ideas for a permanent settlement on Mars. Below you will find some of the media publications about this.

On Monday, 30th of June, Mars One invited teams from any university around the world to submit a payload proposal for the 2018 unmanned Mars Lander mission. Below you will find some of the media publications about this.

Media from around the world continue to show interest in the stories from the 705 remaining astronaut candidates in Mars One’s astronaut selection process. Some of their stories can be found here: