August 13th, 2013

NASA researchers simulate life on Mars, study astronaut meals The Montreal Gazette

Researchers who have spent nearly four months simulating what it’s like to live on Mars are emerging from their experiment on a barren Hawaii lava field.
The NASA-funded study is researching what foods astronauts might eat during a mission to Mars.
The University of Hawaii and Cornell University selected six people of various scientific backgrounds to cook meals from a list of dehydrated and preserved food items that are not perishable. They looked at pre-prepared meals, similar to what astronauts currently eat, and concocted meals themselves in an attempt to combat food boredom and malnourishment.

March 23rd, 2010

Volunteers to be isolated for 520 days on simulated Mars mission The Montreal Gazette

Four Europeans vying to become guinea pigs for a 520-day simulated mission to Mars say they are proud to be putting their lives on hold for the sake of scientific advancement.
“I want to help humanity take a step forward by improving our level of knowledge,” Belgian candidate Jerome Clevers, 28. said at the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Dutch offices where he and his colleagues were introduced to the media.
Diego Urbina, 26, of Italy added: “When the first humans step on Mars, I can say, ‘Yeah, I helped do that.’ And then we get to use cool space suits, which is also nice!”
Two of the four, who also include Romain Charles, 30, and Arc’hanmael Gaillard, 34, both of France, will take part in a biomedical experiment starting this summer with three Russians and a Chinese participant in what the ESA has termed “second to none as the ultimate test of human endurance”

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