Nonprofit takes applications to send first humans to Mars
A nonprofit organization is about to start looking for people who want to be colonists on Mars, but there are a few hitches.
Netherlands-based Mars One plans to start taking applications in July for the trip to the red planet in 2023.
Here's the rub, the adventure will be part of a global reality television program and you have to stay there forever.
A flight back to earth is not part of the offer. Previous training in space travel is not required, nor is a science degree , but applicants do need to be at least 18 years of age.
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