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Reality TV Show Could Send You to Mars

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April 16, 2013
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A TV show, 'Mars One' wants to send you to Mars, and beyond. The producers want to make a global reality show out of the entire process from selecting crew members, training and colonization. Of course, the show will also help them raise the needed billions to get there, but not back. Brett Larson has the details


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