The Mars Society is pleased to announce the selection of 11 new crews to participate in the 2013-14 Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) field season, scheduled to run from early December 2013 through May 2014.
Each MDRS crew will consist of six people and will spend two weeks at the Mars analog habitat in southern Utah conducting simulation work in one of the most Mars-like environments on Earth to help prepare explorers for a mission to the Red Planet.
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The World Space Week Association, in partnership with the Space Generation Advisory Council, Mars Society, the Austrian Space Forum and the Kiwispace Foundation has teamed-up for a series of public Mars analog research demonstrations including the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah.
Learn more about the ongoing mission for World Space Week.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2013-2014 FIELD SEASON!
The field season will begin in December. Watch this website for full details of each crew's mission at the MDRS.