National Geographic Sets Up A Model Home To Replicate Life On Mars

National Geographic Sets Up A Model Home To Replicate Life On Mars
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Th publication has simulated a model home that could, in theory, sustain life on the red planet

Anna Johansson
  • 22 november 2016

We’ve gathered a lot of information from rovers and satellites to the point where scientists are fairly certain as to the living conditions and atmosphere of the Red Planet, Mars. Now, thanks to the hype that emerged with The Martian film, National Geographic has developed a model of a home that they speculate could be sustainable on Mars. They showcased their model in the Greenwich Royal Observatory, which helped with the production of the model. Stephen Petranek, author of How We’ll Live on Mars, also helped with the design and specs.

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