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Mars One plans unmanned 2018 mission in deal with Lockheed Martin and satellite company

10
Dec
2013

Mars One, the project that aims to put a group of colonists on Mars in 2025, is poised to take its first big step forward. Today, the Mars One foundation announced partnerships with Lockheed Martin and satellite company SSTL for an exploratory mission in 2018, potentially sending the first private spacecraft to Mars. Instead of launching a crew of astronauts, as per the final goal, this mission is meant as a proof of concept — and, likely, a way to whet the publics attention for Mars Ones eventual astronaut reality TV show. The two partners will each be working with Mars One on a different project.

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