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Martians Wanted

NASA is seeking applicants to participate in a simulated one-year Mars surface mission to help inform the agency’s plans for human exploration of the Red Planet. The deadline for applicants is Tuesday, April 2.

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Known as Mars Dune Alpha, the 3D printed structure will simulate a Mars habitat to support long-duration, exploration-class space missions.

Former Deputy Program Manager Dr. Camille Alleyne

“You must have grit, resilience, courage, and strength. I’m able to really share all the wisdom and the lessons I’ve learned throughout my career with [the students I mentor], and that makes a difference.” — Dr. Camille Alleyne, Deputy Program Manager, Commercial LEO Development Program, NASA’s Johnson Space Center


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