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Analog astronaut Marcin Kaczmarzyk records his daily report from ICAres-1 analog martian mission. Today’s episode is recorded on very unusual location – on a stationary bike, because schedule of an analog astronaut is so busy! Marcin will explain what he was doing during his EVA, what does it mean “grabie” in polish, how astronauts prepare
ICAres-1 daily report from Sol (Martian Day) number 2, recorded by analog astronaut Marcin Kaczmarzyk. In this episode you will learn about first EVA that happened during ICAres-1 mission, luxurious food called “kisiel” and issues with examining meteorites. If you have any questions to the astronauts, leave them in the comments! Read more about ICAres-1
ICAres-1 is a two weeks analog Mars simulation mission in Lunares habitat in Pila, Poland. Our host, Marcin Kaczmarzyk, is a very special analog astronaut. He lost his sight and left palm in an accident, but despite his limitations he works as an engineer. During ICAres-1 mission we simulate not day one on a Mars
On Sunday 8th October at 12:00 am starts the ICAres-1 analog Martian mission in the Lunares habitat. The mission will last two weeks, while six analog astronauts simulate a mission on Mars. ICAres-1’s main goal is to carry out world-class scientific experiments, test innovative treatments, and simulate an extreme version of a space mission where
Christiane Heinicke Nationality: German Role: Commander Christiane Heinicke is a German physicist and engineer who has previously spent one year on simulated Mars as a member of the HI-SEAS IV crew. She holds a B.Sc. in Applied Physics, an M.Sc. in Geophysics, and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. Before living in the Mars base of
ICAres-1 (Innovative Concepts Ares) mission will start on 8th of October 2017 (Sunday). The mission will last 2 weeks. This will be a unique mission, because one of the analog astronauts is a disabled person. In the coming days we will be publishing more information about this exciting mission.
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, starts the first Polish lunar analog mission in the first Polish space habitat Lunares in Pila. The mission is called Lunar Expedition 1, and it will last two weeks, during which six analog astronauts will simulate the operation of the base on the Moon. The main purpose of the mission