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NBC Reality Show Will Send Someone to Space

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October 4, 2013
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NBC announced Thursday it will partner with Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson and reality TV producer Mark Burnett to create "Space Race."


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Reality TV Show Could Send You to Mars

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Buzz60 (Apr. 16, 2013) — 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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'Big Brother' Goes to Mars

'Big Brother' Goes to Mars

Radio Netherlands (July 9, 2012) — Dutchman Bas Lansdorp has unveiled what he calls "serious plans" to send a mission of four astronauts to live on Mars. According to Lansdorp, the technology exists to realize the plan within a decade, but it will be a one-way ticket to the red planet. Mr. Lansdorp says the Mars One project would cost approximately six billion US dollars. No taxpayers' money would be involved. The commercial operation would be financed by selling television rights to watch the technical 'Big Brother' reality show.
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NASA Picks Another Mars Mission

NASA Picks Another Mars Mission

Xinhua News Agency (Aug. 21, 2012) — US Space agency NASA is looking to explore deep into the guts of planet Mars after driving all around it with four rovers. The space agency decided on Monday to send another robot in 2016, just two weeks after the landing of Curiosity rover on the red planet.
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NASA's Radiation Belts Study

NASA's Radiation Belts Study

Xinhua News Agency (Aug. 10, 2012) — The US space agency NASA announced Thursday that it would send two spacecraft into the harsh environment of the Earth's radiation belts on Aug. 23. It's aimed at better understanding the science of space weather.
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