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Old 01-16-2013, 06:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to sign up for a trip to Mars

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You’ll need to be at least 18 years old, and “intelligent, creative, psychologically stable and physically healthy.” Their requirements are broken down into “five key characteristics of an astronaut”: resiliency, adaptability, curiosity, ability to trust, and creativity/resourcefulness.

In a statement, Mars One chief medical director (and former NASA researcher) Norbert Kraft said, “Gone are the days when bravery and the number of hours flying a supersonic jet were the top criteria. Now, we are more concerned with how well each astronaut works and lives with the others, in the long journey from Earth to Mars and for a lifetime of challenges ahead.” So if you snore, I’m guessing you’re right out.
And here's a little bit about the process for some of you would-be travelers:

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In spaceflight missions, the primary personal attributes of a successful astronaut are emotional and psychological stability, supported by personal drive and motivation. This is the foundation upon a mission must be built, where human lives are at risk with each flight.

Once on Mars, there is no means to return to Earth. Mars is home. A grounded, deep sense of purpose will help each astronaut maintain his or her psychological stability and focus as they work together toward a shared and better future.
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