Testing life on Mars, but here on Earth Computerworld

A six-astronaut crew has begun its 120-day “mission” on Mars.
They’re not actually astronauts and they’re not actually on Mars, but three men and three women volunteers have begun a four-month mission to investigate how they would interact and survive long-duration space exploration, such as a trip to Mars.
The crew of the Hawai»i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) is wrapping up its first week of a 120-day experiment. Crew members will live in what the University of Hawaii describes as isolation in an “extremely remote,” 1,000-square-foot habitat that’s 8,200 feet above sea level on Mauna Loa, one of five volcanoes that form the island of Hawaii.