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[自然百科] 【整理】2008-04-06 Mission to Mars 火星任务:巨大的心理考验

火星任务:巨大的心理考验

 

Cramped quarters, no privacy, and the stress of working together every day. Psychology, more than aerospace engineering, may be the key to sending human crews to Mars.

 

 

 



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This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test pilots, well suited for the tough two-week trip. But going to Mars will take years, not weeks, and choosing a crew is going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

You almost put it as a single person. I suppose to say well I would take this guy and that guy and that guy. You take six people who function as one and you may adapt the crew.

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Houston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and a mission badge is born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from their environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves, it begins to feel as cluster of fowl because of being locked inside.

 

You know, I would guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they’re gonna be all excited about it, and then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, how about if you go (to) get the samples today.

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent. 

 

No, we don’t have to be restrict(ed) on that for, our, the purposes of our deal…

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship, but when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private, and so the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspect, you’re not going to get a crew there.

 

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This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew was going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates any human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

**As a single person. Let’s pause to say what would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people and function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for long duration space crew members.

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name at the mission back was born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from the environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with their gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as cluster fuel * being locked inside.

 

You know, I will guess the astronauts. The first couple of time, it’s gonna be *excited about it. Then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, I wonder if you’ll go get the samples today.

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.  (No, we don’t have to be a * on their **)

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private. So the main airlock sometimes doubles as a *.

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects you’re not going to get a crew there.

 

 

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This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASN scientists are spending the next two weeks inside the habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars.

 

The NASA crews that went to the moon were test pilots well-suited for the tough two-week trip, but going to Mars will take years, not weeks, and choosing a crew is going to be difficult.

 

Mission commander Frank Shuber is also an architect and engineer for the Mars desert research station. The Mars society, the group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

“You almost put it as a single person. And suppose to say we would take this guy, that guy, that guy. You take six people that will function as one, and you make that the crew.”

 

“The right psychological traits sort of like the right staff, but the right staff that was know for pilots is now the wrong staff for long-duration space crew members. “

 

*is a space psychologist from Johnson space center in Houston. She works with the International Space Station and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full-Mars simulation conditions; that means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation spacesuits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours. Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and mission badge was born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s under collecting samples from their environment. First, they need to establish which tool works well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves, it begin to feel as * is being locked inside.

 

“You know, I would guess the astronaut… First a couple of times, they are gonna be excited about it. Then they are gonna start saying, ‘Hi, how about you go and get the sample today.’”

 

“When you are in the spacecraft, you can’t vent frustrations anywhere; all of the frustration is within this capsule right along with us; there are very few ways to vent.”

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship, but when crew psychologist * needs to interview members, it has to be private, and so the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

“If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects, you are not going to get a crew their.”

 

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Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and the mission badge was born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from the environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with their gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as cluster fuel * being locked inside.

 

You know, I will guess the astronauts. The first couple of times, they are gonna be all excited about it. Then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, how about you’ll go get the samples today.

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can vent frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.  (No, we don’t have to be a * on their **)

 

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This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew is going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

 

 

You almost put it as a single person. Let’s pause to say?what would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people as function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

 

 

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.

 

 

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat and suits can take hours.

 

 

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and a mission badge has born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from the environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as a cluster of fowl because of being locked inside.

 

 

 

You know, I will guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they’re gonna be all excited about it. Then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, how about if you/ go to get the samples today.

 

 

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.  (No, we don’t have to be restrict(ed) on that for, our **)

 

 

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private. So the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

 

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects you’re not going to get a crew there.

On Alick


This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew is going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

 

 

You almost put it as a single person. Let’s pause to say?what would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people as function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

 

 

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.

 

 

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

 

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and a mission badge is born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from the environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as a cluster of fowl because of being locked inside.

 

 

 

You know, I will guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they’re gonna be all excited about it. Then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, how about if you/ go to get the samples today.

 

 

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.  (No, we don’t have to be restrict(ed) on that for, our **)

 

 

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private. So the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

 

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects you’re not going to get a crew there.

On gostrong


This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew is going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

 

 

You almost put it as a single person. Let’s pause to say?what would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people as function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

 

 

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.

 

 

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

 

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and a mission badge is born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from their environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as a cluster of fowl because of being locked inside.

 

 

 

You know, I would guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they’re gonna be all excited about it. Then, they are gonna start saying, hey, you know, how about if you/ go get the samples today.

 

 

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.  (No, we don’t have to be restrict(ed) on that for, our **)

 

 

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private. And so the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

 

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects you’re not going to get a crew there.

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On gostrong 

This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew was going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

 

 

You almost put it as a single person. it's supposed to say what would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people as function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

 

 

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.

 

 

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

 

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and a mission badge is born—The Extremefowls. Now it’s on the collecting samples from their environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as  clustered fowl(s) because of being locked inside.

 

 

 

You know, I would guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they’re gonna be all excited about it. Then, they are gonna start saying, hey, you know, how about if you/ go get the samples today.

 

 

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.  (No, we don’t have to be restrict(ed) on that for, our **)

 

 

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private. And so the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

 

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects you’re not going to get a crew there.

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Homework

 

This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars.

 

The NASA crews that went to the Moon were test pilots, well suited for the tough two week trip. But going to Mars will take years, not weeks, and choosing a crew is going to be difficult.

 

Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars desert research station. The Mars society, a group that advocates sending human mission to Mars built the place.

 

You almost put it as a single person. It's supposed to say what would take this guy and that guy and that guy. You take six people as function as one and you've made that the crew.

 

The right psychological treats, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for long duration space crew members.

 

A female / is a space psychologist from John's space center in Huston. She works with the international spacestation and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the spacestation.

 

It's important to realize just how much of the crew's time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under four Mars simulation conditions that means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation spacesuits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

Here on the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks. And so the crew's name and mission badge is born, the extreme /. Now it's on the collecting samples from their environment. First, they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried.

 

After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves, it begins to feel as cluster of fowl because of being locked inside.

 

You know, I would guess the astronauts, at first couple of times, they are gonna be all excited about it, then, they are gonna start to say, Hey, how about if you go get samples today?

 

When you are in a spacecraft, you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustrations is within this capsule right along with us. There are few ways to vent.

 

No, we don't have to be restricted on that for hour, the / about you.

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologists / needs to interview members, it has to be private. And so the main air log, sometimes doubles as a office.

 

If you don't pay attention to the psychological aspects, you are not going to get a crew there.

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on gostrong

This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew is going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

 

You almost put it as a single person. I suppose to say well I would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people who function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

 

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Houston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name and a mission badge is born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from the environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as a cluster of fowl because of being locked inside.

 

You know, I would guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they’re gonna be all excited about it. Then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, how about if you go (to) get the samples today.

 

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent. 

 

No, we don’t have to be astrict(ed) on that for, our, the purposes of our deal, the deep..

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private, and so the main air log sometimes doubles as her office.

 

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspect/ you’re not going to get a crew there.

on wukeyu123

This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars.

 

The NASA crews that went to the Moon were test pilots, well suited for the tough two-week trip. But going to Mars will take years, not weeks, and choosing a crew is going to be difficult.

 

Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars desert research station. The Mars society, a group that advocates sending human mission to Mars built the place.

 

You almost put it as a single person. It's supposed to say what would take this guy and that guy and that guy. You take six people as function as one and you've made that the crew.

 

The right psychological treats, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for long duration space crew members.

 

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from John's space center in Huston. She works with the international spacestation and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station.

 

It's important to realize just how much of the crew's time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under four Mars simulation conditions that means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation spacesuits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

 

Here on the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks. And so the crew's name and mission badge is born, the Extremefowls. Now it's on the collecting samples from their environment. First, they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried.

 

After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves, it begins to feel as clustered fowl because of being locked inside.

 

You know, I would guess the astronauts, at first couple of times, they are gonna be all excited about it, then, they are gonna start to say, Hey, how about if you go get samples today?

 

When you are in a spacecraft, you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustrations is within this capsule right along with us. There are few ways to vent.

 

No, we don't have to be restricted on that for , the purpose of ideal.

 

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Euphinia  needs to interview members, it has to be private. And so the main air log, sometimes doubles as an office.

 

If you don't pay attention to the psychological aspects, you are not going to get a crew there.

homework

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This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are spending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars. The NASA crews that went to the moon were test-pilots, well suited for the tough 2-week trip. But going to Mars will take years not weeks and choosing a crew was going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates any human missions to Mars, built the place.

**As a single person. Let’s pause to say what would take this guy and that guy and that guy, you take 6 people and function as one. And you may adapt the crew.

The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff. But the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for long duration space crew members.

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station, and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s name at the mission back was born—The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from the environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with their gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suit and heavy gloves it begins to feel as cluster fuel * being locked inside.

You know, I will guess the astronauts. The first couple of time, it’s gonna be *excited about it. Then, they are gonna start to say, hey, you know, I wonder if you’ll go get the samples today.

When you are on a spacecraft you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.
(No, we don’t have to be a * on their **)


Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship. But when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private. So the main airlock sometimes doubles as a *.

If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspects you’re not going to get a crew there.
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This is Mars on Earth, a station that was built to help us learn how to live on the red planet. A group of explorers and NASA scientists are expending the next two weeks inside this habitat, trying to figure out how people will live on Mars.

The NASA crews that went to the moon were test pilots well suited for the tough two –week trip. But going to Mars will take years, not weeks, and choosing a crew is going to be difficult. Mission commander Frank Schubert is also an architect and engineer for the Mars Desert Research Station. The Mars Society, a group that advocates sending human missions to Mars, built the place.

“You almost put it as a single person. I suppose to say well we would take this guy and that guy and that guy. You take six people who function as one and you make that a crew.”

“The right psychological traits, sort of like the right stuff, but the right stuff that was known for pilots is now the wrong stuff for a long duration space crew members.”

Ephinia Morphew is a space psychologist from Johnson Space Center in Huston. She works with the International Space Station and will be looking for parallels between the desert habitat and the space station. It’s important to realize just how much of the crew’s time is spent indoors with whole days passing for each with no trip outside. They operate under full Mars simulation conditions. That means they can only leave the habitat wearing simulation space suits. Preparing to leave the habitat in suits can take hours.

Here in the desert, the crew will be looking for extreme life in the surface rocks, and so the crew’s names and a mission badge just born -- The Extremophiles. Now it’s on the collecting samples from their environment. First they need to establish which tools work well with the gloves on and how many can be reasonably carried. After a couple of hours in the cumbersome suits and heavy gloves, it begins to feel as cluster of fowl of being locked inside.

“You know I would guess the astronauts. At first couple of times, they are gonna be all excited about it, and then, they are gonna start to say: hey, you know, how about if you go to get the samples today?”

“When you are on a spacecraft, you can venture frustrations anywhere. All of the frustration is within this capsule, right along with us. There are very few ways to vent.”

“No, we don’t have to be strict on that for, our, the purpose of our deal…”

Personal space is hard to find in such a small ship, but when crew psychologist Ephinia needs to interview members, it has to be private, and so the main air log sometimes doubles as an office.

“If you don’t pay attention to the psychological aspect, you are not going to get a crew there.”
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