Have you ever imagined what it would be like to stand on Mars? Now you don’t have to thanks to this month’s featured Argonaut, the
Sometimes Scott Stoll dreams of that first day on Mars. He steps outside, the rusty red rocks kicking up a fine dust beneath his feet. He is in an extra-terrestrial bowl surrounded by an eroded rim that rises gently on the horizon, forming the lip of a vast crater.
The good news is that I won’t have to eat worms and algae for the rest of my life; the bad news is that I failed to qualify for the next round of Mars One.
A quick update: There are less than 600 applicants left to be an astronaut with Mars One. I had my job interview today with Dr.
When my girlfriend found out I qualified to be a Martian astronaut she wasn’t supportive. “Huney, just think, we could have the first Martian babies ever!
Mars One Infographic. 705 candidates for a one way trip to Mars remain. Scott Stoll is one of them.
In case you didn’t hear, I made round 2.5 of the Mars One project and my quest to be the first person to bicycle two planets.
Mars here I come! I just made the top 0.5% and was selected to go to the second round of the application process. Still hoping to be the first person to bicycle two worlds.
I am one of the 297 people selected from the United States, half which are woman and about 75 in my age group. I am excited to be part of this! Even in a thousand years everyone will remember the first trip to Mars.
It is true: I applied to go to Mars and help establish a colony in 2023 — and so can you!
I posted this two years before I would have the real chance to visit Mars.
5 years later and this is still the most amazing image I have ever seen, the most faraway reaches of our universe ever photographed. In this tiny pinprick of one of the darkest regions of the sky, are 10,000 galaxies.