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by:QiMeng     2019-09-09
HONOLULU —
Six scientists crammed into a dome with only one bathroom will spend eight months munching frozen food. dried foods —
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Only their little sleeping space can be used for comfort.
On Thursday, a simulated stay on Mars with carefully selected researchers began a task to gain insight into the psychological costs of similar realities
Astronauts will sail their lives.
This is part of NASA. funded human-
Behavioral experiments can help NASA send humans to the red planet in the next 20 years. The man-
Four men and two women call the dome of home equipped with futuristic white walls and elevated sleeping platforms on the world\'s largest active Hawaiian volcano. The vinyl-
The cover covers span 1,200 square feet, about two square feet in size. bedroom house.
A video released by the team showed six scientists arriving at the dome wearing a red polo shirt and shaking hands with their project partners to say goodbye.
In addition to the presence of the white van that brought the group, the scene reminded people of the Red Planet --
The dome sits in a deserted rock
The hills in the distance are staggered, slightly red, giving people a feeling of being blown by strong winds. \"I?
\"I am looking forward to building relationships with my crew,\" said James Bevington, commander of the mission for space scientists.
\"I\'m totally looking forward to going out with five new best friends.
\"They will have no physical contact with people in the outside world and will have 20-
Communication with their support staff was delayed by one minute
The time it takes for an email to reach Earth from Mars.
The project will look at psychological difficulties living in isolated, restricted conditions for a long time.
NASA hopes to send humans to asteroids 2020 seconds ago and humans to Mars 2030 seconds ago.
\"We want to find out how best to choose an astronaut individual, how to form a team and how to support the team for a long time
Jin Binsted, a science professor and chief researcher at the University of Hawaii, said.
Team members include engineers, computer scientists, doctoral candidates and biomedical experts.
They were selected from 700 applicants who received personality tests, background checks and extensive interviews.
\"When I started, my biggest fear was that we were going to be crew members like Biosphere 2, which is not a very beautiful picture,\" Bevington said . \".
Experimental greenhouse-
It\'s like the Arizona habitat became a disaster in the 1990 s.
It houses different ecosystems and 8 crew members trying to understand what humans need to live on other planets.
Participants should plant their own food and recycle air in a sealed glass space.
But the experiment was quickly out of control, with carbon dioxide rising to dangerous levels and animal and plant deaths.
The crew were hungry and quarreled badly. Two years later, when they showed up, some of them did not speak.
The dome operated by the University of Hawaii, known as the Hawaii Space Exploration Simulation and simulation, or HI-
NASA has invested $2 million in this phase of the project.
Scientists lived in the dome for two years. term NASA-funded stays —
One of them lasts for a year, another eight months.
Study food needs and crew cohesion.
There are many other Mars simulation projects in the world, but one of the main advantages of the Hawaii experiment is the rugged Mars.
Like the landscape, on the rocky red plains under the monaloa peak, the largest active volcano in the world.
The dome has a kitchen, a lab and a bathroom and each member has a small bedroom.
Unlike Biosphere 2, it is not breathable.
To maintain a sense of isolation from the crew, a bundle of food, including some cans and snacks, will be dropped from a distance from the dome, and team members will send a robot to retrieve them.
Participants will not be restricted, but they will wear space suits whenever they go out for geological expeditions, mapping studies, or other tasks.
They will wear instruments that measure their emotions and approach other team members, and use virtual reality devices to simulate familiar and comfortable environments.
Follow Hawaii Reporter Caleb Jones on Twitter :.
See more of his work here :.
By Caleb Jones, the relevant media --
Six scientists crammed into a dome with only one bathroom will spend eight months munching frozen food. dried foods —
Rare spam-
Only their little sleeping space can be used for comfort.
On Thursday, a simulated stay on Mars with carefully selected researchers began a task to gain insight into the psychological costs of similar realities
Astronauts will sail their lives.
This is part of NASA. funded human-
Behavioral experiments can help NASA send humans to the red planet in the next 20 years. The man-
Four men and two women call the dome of home equipped with futuristic white walls and elevated sleeping platforms on the world\'s largest active Hawaiian volcano. The vinyl-
The cover covers span 1,200 square feet, about two square feet in size. bedroom house.
A video released by the team showed six scientists arriving at the dome wearing a red polo shirt and shaking hands with their project partners to say goodbye.
In addition to the presence of the white van that brought the group, the scene reminded people of the Red Planet --
The dome sits in a deserted rock
The hills in the distance are staggered, slightly red, giving people a feeling of being blown by strong winds. \"I?
\"I am looking forward to building relationships with my crew,\" said James Bevington, commander of the mission for space scientists.
\"I\'m totally looking forward to going out with five new best friends.
\"They will have no physical contact with people in the outside world and will have 20-
Communication with their support staff was delayed by one minute
The time it takes for an email to reach Earth from Mars.
The project will look at psychological difficulties living in isolated, restricted conditions for a long time.
NASA hopes to send humans to asteroids 2020 seconds ago and humans to Mars 2030 seconds ago.
\"We want to find out how best to choose an astronaut individual, how to form a team and how to support the team for a long time
Jin Binsted, a science professor and chief researcher at the University of Hawaii, said.
Team members include engineers, computer scientists, doctoral candidates and biomedical experts.
They were selected from 700 applicants who received personality tests, background checks and extensive interviews.
\"When I started, my biggest fear was that we were going to be crew members like Biosphere 2, which is not a very beautiful picture,\" Bevington said . \".
Experimental greenhouse-
It\'s like the Arizona habitat became a disaster in the 1990 s.
It houses different ecosystems and 8 crew members trying to understand what humans need to live on other planets.
Participants should plant their own food and recycle air in a sealed glass space.
But the experiment was quickly out of control, with carbon dioxide rising to dangerous levels and animal and plant deaths.
The crew were hungry and quarreled badly. Two years later, when they showed up, some of them did not speak.
The dome operated by the University of Hawaii, known as the Hawaii Space Exploration Simulation and simulation, or HI-
NASA has invested $2 million in this phase of the project.
Scientists lived in the dome for two years. term NASA-funded stays —
One of them lasts for a year, another eight months.
Study food needs and crew cohesion.
There are many other Mars simulation projects in the world, but one of the main advantages of the Hawaii experiment is the rugged Mars.
Like the landscape, on the rocky red plains under the monaloa peak, the largest active volcano in the world.
The dome has a kitchen, a lab and a bathroom and each member has a small bedroom.
Unlike Biosphere 2, it is not breathable.
To maintain a sense of isolation from the crew, a bundle of food, including some cans and snacks, will be dropped from a distance from the dome, and team members will send a robot to retrieve them.
Participants will not be restricted, but they will wear space suits whenever they go out for geological expeditions, mapping studies, or other tasks.
They will wear instruments that measure their emotions and approach other team members, and use virtual reality devices to simulate familiar and comfortable environments.
Follow Hawaii Reporter Caleb Jones on Twitter :.
See more of his work here :.
By Caleb Jones, the relevant media --
Six scientists crammed into a dome with only one bathroom will spend eight months munching frozen food. dried foods —
Rare spam-
Only their little sleeping space can be used for comfort.
On Thursday, a simulated stay on Mars with carefully selected researchers began a task to gain insight into the psychological costs of similar realities
Astronauts will sail their lives.
This is part of NASA. funded human-
Behavioral experiments can help NASA send humans to the red planet in the next 20 years. The man-
Four men and two women call the dome of home equipped with futuristic white walls and elevated sleeping platforms on the world\'s largest active Hawaiian volcano. The vinyl-
The cover covers span 1,200 square feet, about two square feet in size. bedroom house.
A video released by the team showed six scientists arriving at the dome wearing a red polo shirt and shaking hands with their project partners to say goodbye.
In addition to the presence of the white van that brought the group, the scene reminded people of the Red Planet --
The dome sits in a deserted rock
The hills in the distance are staggered, slightly red, giving people a feeling of being blown by strong winds. \"I?
\"I am looking forward to building relationships with my crew,\" said James Bevington, commander of the mission for space scientists.
\"I\'m totally looking forward to going out with five new best friends.
\"They will have no physical contact with people in the outside world and will have 20-
Communication with their support staff was delayed by one minute
The time it takes for an email to reach Earth from Mars.
The project will look at psychological difficulties living in isolated, restricted conditions for a long time.
NASA hopes to send humans to asteroids 2020 seconds ago and humans to Mars 2030 seconds ago.
\"We want to find out how best to choose an astronaut individual, how to form a team and how to support the team for a long time
Jin Binsted, a science professor and chief researcher at the University of Hawaii, said.
Team members include engineers, computer scientists, doctoral candidates and biomedical experts.
They were selected from 700 applicants who received personality tests, background checks and extensive interviews.
\"When I started, my biggest fear was that we were going to be crew members like Biosphere 2, which is not a very beautiful picture,\" Bevington said . \".
Experimental greenhouse-
It\'s like the Arizona habitat became a disaster in the 1990 s.
It houses different ecosystems and 8 crew members trying to understand what humans need to live on other planets.
Participants should plant their own food and recycle air in a sealed glass space.
But the experiment was quickly out of control, with carbon dioxide rising to dangerous levels and animal and plant deaths.
The crew were hungry and quarreled badly. Two years later, when they showed up, some of them did not speak.
The dome operated by the University of Hawaii, known as the Hawaii Space Exploration Simulation and simulation, or HI-
NASA has invested $2 million in this phase of the project.
Scientists lived in the dome for two years. term NASA-funded stays —
One of them lasts for a year, another eight months.
Study food needs and crew cohesion.
There are many other Mars simulation projects in the world, but one of the main advantages of the Hawaii experiment is the rugged Mars.
Like the landscape, on the rocky red plains under the monaloa peak, the largest active volcano in the world.
The dome has a kitchen, a lab and a bathroom and each member has a small bedroom.
Unlike Biosphere 2, it is not breathable.
To maintain a sense of isolation from the crew, a bundle of food, including some cans and snacks, will be dropped from a distance from the dome, and team members will send a robot to retrieve them.
Participants will not be restricted, but they will wear space suits whenever they go out for geological expeditions, mapping studies, or other tasks.
They will wear instruments that measure their emotions and approach other team members, and use virtual reality devices to simulate familiar and comfortable environments.
Follow Hawaii Reporter Caleb Jones on Twitter :.
See more of his work here :.
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