Mars One Invites University Students To Send Proposal For 2018 Unmanned Mission

Mars One is the very first one way human mission to Mars which is expected to see the light within few years. But before that human mission, Mars One mission organizers want to send experimental packages to the red planet. The Mars One organizers believe that university students could help them by sharing some magnificent ideas or proposals for 2018 Unmanned Mars Lander mission. So now Mars One is inviting university students to send idea or proposal for the 2018 Unmanned Mars Lander mission.

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Mars One mission organizers have planned to send humans to Mars in 2020s and set the first human colony on Mars in 2023. But before that an unmanned Mars Lander mission is needed which will be held in 2018.

[Concept] Human Colony On Mars

The Mars One foundation aims to send a total of seven payloads of which, one will be selected in a worldwide university competition. There will be four demonstration payloads, one payload selected in a worldwide university competition and two payloads for sale to the highest bidder.

However, Mars One foundation has invited university students, teachers and researchers to send their own unique proposal that will join the 2018 Unmanned Mars Lander mission. Proposals can include scientific experiments, technology demonstrations or any other exciting idea.

A panel of experts will determine the best ideas to accompany the Lander that will set the stage for a manned mission to Mars in 2025. If your idea or proposal wins, then your university’s contribution will be part of the first steps taken towards the first human settlement on Mars.

This is absolutely a golden chance for university students, teachers and researchers to write their name in the history. Just imagine being a part of a huge milestone that humans will overcome! To send you idea or proposal, hit the first link below.

Source: Mars One (1), Mars One (2)

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Anatol Rahman is the Editor at TheTechJournal. He loves complicated machineries, and crazy about robot and space. He likes cycling. Before joining TheTechJournal team, he worked in the telemarketing industry. You can catch him on Google+.

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