HI-SEAS Project

Jun 17th, 2012 | By | Category: Astro-Explorer, Current Topics of Interest, NASA
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Hello everyone,
I would like to share with you my latest adventure. I have been selected to participated in a Mars Analog Food Study. The purpose of this study is to understand what foods would work best for a mission to Mars. The crew consists of 9 individuals, six of which will be chosen to go into a 4 month habitat to simulate living on Mars. The other 3 members will be backup crew. I spent last week at Cornell University meeting the other crew members and learning about the study. Everyone involved in the study is AMAZING. I will update my website as more information become available so stay tuned. Here are some pictures and video of our training so far and a poll question.

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Cornell Chef and Senior Lecturer Rupert Spies, left, of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration leads a session on bread making for participants in a study on longterm space travel Thursday in Martha Van Rensselaer Hall. From left, Spies, Simon Engler, Chrystal Haney, Christopher Lowe and Sian Proctor. / SIMON WHEELER / STAFF PHOTO


Here are some news articles on the mission. Just click on any of the italicized items below:

Cafe Cornell

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