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Move to Mars!

So, have you ever thought about moving to Mars or what it would be like to visit the Red Planet in Person? Well Good News! Apparently you're not alone.
According to Mars One, In the last two weeks there has been over 78,000 people who have filled out an application to move to Mars for ever and never return.

Mars one is a Dutch company, that just recently started accepting applications to move to Mars.
The applicants are helping fund the mission via a small fee based on where the applicant lives. For example someone living in the United States has to be a fee of $38.

Not only that but there will be a reality show where people can vote for who will be moving to Mars forever. I know some people I hope are on the show.
In any case, the last stage of the process will come down to 24-40 people and the viewing audience will get to follow them as they receive their training and as the show goes on the audience will get to vote on who will be the first settlers on Mars.

The show is planned to be a long running, global reality show that will continue to help fund the missions to Mars. There is a plan in place that will bring more settlers and supplies over the coming years. The goal is to have at least 20 settlers by the year 2033.
The first departure to Mars is planed for 2022, it will take about 7 months to land on the red planet, which according to the deployment date, will make it sometime in 2023.

The colony as it is expected to look in 2015 - with four astronauts arriving every two years on the one-way mission
Bas Lansdorp, Co-founder of Mars one, said "With 78,000 applications in two weeks, this is turning out to be the most desired job in history, These numbers put us right on track for our goal of half a million applicants."

Norbert Kraft, former NASA researcher and current medical director at Mars One said "
Gone are the days when bravery and the number of hours flying a supersonic jet were the top criteria for selection. Now, we are more concerned with how well each astronaut works and lives with the others – and for a lifetime of challenges ahead"

I seen a few of the applicants and it appears this endeavor is drawing both men and women into this once in a lifetime chance to live on Mars. View some of the applicants by Clicking Here!

If you would like to find out how to become a applicant to live on Mars and never come back to earth again, then by all means go to the link below
Live on Mars!

On the website there is a lot of info, gifts to purchase, a link to Donate, list of the Team and much more.

Do you think they can do it? Would you want to live on Mars forever? Would you watch the reality TV show?


[Sources: dailymailMars One]

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Wednesday's sunrise will be a markedly different one than usual, for as the golden disc rises about the horizon, it will be scarred by a small black dot floating across its surface.
This is the planet Venus, which will stand out in silhouette against the sun - taking a quick bow in the limelight. The next time it takes to the stage, 105 years will have sailed by, meaning most people alive today will not be around to see the encore performance in 2117.
The entire transit, lasting 6 hours and 40 minutes, will be visible almost worldwide - but if you are in the UK and don't want to miss it, it will be an early rise at 5.55am.

Beginning on Tuesday at 11.04pm BST, skywatchers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the northern part of South America will see the beginning of the show before the sun sets.
Assuming the Great British Summer decides to give us a clear morning, you will be able to view the transit from home - but make sure you do it safely, with this advice from NASA:
Inexpensive eclipse shades have special safety filters that appear similar to sunglasses, but these filters permits safe viewing. However, with less than 48 hours to go, these may be tough to track down in time.
If you have binoculars or telescopes, special solar filters are available. However, never ever use a telescope without a filter or look directly at the sun - or you will irreparably damage your eyesight. And NASA warns not to buy solar filters that attach to the eye-piece, as these are not always safe.
But if there is a telescope to hand, find a screen and project the sun onto it. This will provide a magnified view of the sun, and the clearest way of seeing the transit yourself - but find a safe surface to project onto, as this can be a fire risk.
Pinhole projectors have the advantage of being easy and inexpensive, although their view is unmagnified. For advice on how to make one, check out the page at Stanford.
More advice is available at NASA's Transit page.
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