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Reliable energy

Having a permanent supply of energy is crucial in the sustainability of a permanent base on Mars. Not only relaying on the energy through solar panels out of what the sun supplies. In the previous chapter I tried to give … Continue reading

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An alternative Mars energy resource.

I have made a research into alternative energy sources known on Earth and thought to have found a good alternative for the numerous solar panels Mars-One intends to ship for supplying its base of sufficient energy. It is an alternative … Continue reading

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Lives dependency on Mars

In the picture below, have a look at the proposed situation Mars-One  has in mind setting up its base. One sees a lot of solar panels in front of the base itself. The conclusion everyone makes is that the living conditions … Continue reading

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How easy it is bringing livestock to Mars?

Actually it isn’t that easy except for fish that don’t need to be transported as a grown fish.  Fish eggs only hatch when the temperature is right. Theoretically when the temperature stays low, till say 5 degrees Celsius (you need to ask … Continue reading

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Small livestock

Can you imagine being a young 20 or 30 year old man or woman going for the rest of your whole life to another world only eating vegetables and beside your companions not seeing any other life form? Not even … Continue reading

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The Jimmy-hut explained.

The main structure (F, D & C) is the aluminum ‘grey’ positioned on Mars surface. Encircled is an aluminum angled plate (D) of about 6 cm. width with two hinged parts   ( C ) moving out to the left. This … Continue reading

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Water tight is air tight.

Today I was thinking what is the biggest difference between the Mars-one project and my Mars-once interpretation. I concluded that it is that I belief my priority is to secure the living conditions first above the research of the planet. … Continue reading

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The goal to go for

Being on Mars for your whole future is making sure you won’t regret the step you made. You need a place for retreat and a joy for life.  A security for the rest of your life and who knows that … Continue reading

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Research for the impossible

The more I study about the conditions on Mars, the more respect I have for the research already done. ‘Mars one‘ has made a thorough research. They know what expectations and challenges the astronauts to be, have to take. However … Continue reading

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Imprisonment

The ‘Mars one – project‘ wants everyone to believe that the people they’ll sent live in a, what I call, research centre alike the picture here below. Mars one’s own picture and for  that their own representation. The ‘storerooms’ covered … Continue reading

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