• Poland Mars Analogue Simulation 2017

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PMAS 2017

 

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 The Poland Mars Analogue Simulation 2017, organized by the Space Exploration Project Group of the Space Generation Advisory Council, is a realistic Mars simulation mission. For 2 weeks, a crew of 6 analogue astronauts will conduct scientific research in the Modular Analogue Research Station in Turza, Poland, a new habitat built by Space Garden Company. Fully isolated from the rest of the world, their only point of contact to Earth will be the Mission Support Centre, located 530 kilometres away in the offices of ABM Space in Torun, Poland. In addition, in line with ESA's plans to go to the Moon first as a step on the way to Mars, we will have a 3-day Lunar Simulation prior to PMAS in partnership with ESA.

 

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