Mission Campaign 2023
Each mission in 2023 is a unique research scope and scenario.More info after application and interview.
Theia I and II
Analog Mission Simulations focused on development of EVA procedures and accessories for geological and operational aspects of spacewalks. Detailed scenarios of spacewalks and a list of accessories to design and 3d-print during isolation mission at LunAres Research Station will be unique research and learning opportunity for Theia participants.
Hestia I and II
Analog Mission Simulations focused on development of Extreme Isolation Habitat located inside EVA hangar. Creation of safe living environment during EVA simulations is aimed at boosting potential for ICE research at LunAres Research Station. Each crew will have opportunity to help designing, building and testing new shelter and participate in unique studies during testing of the new environment.
Analog Mission Simulation focused on tests of new workout equipment, training routines and crew medical examinations. Crew will also help in testing new ways of monitoring vitals of analog astronauts inside the LunAres Research Station as well as during simulated spacewalks.
- age: 21-65 years
- proficiency in english - near fluent
- at least bachelor’s with experience
Important Skills and Experience:
- Academic research experience
- Technical Troubleshooting
- Stress Management
- Physical Fitness
- Operational Knowledge
- Adaptability and Resilience<\li>
Participation offer and costs:
Participation in a mission costs 2900 euro.
The visa should be granted at least 3 weeks before the mission.
IMPORTANT: Participants that need a visa to enter Poland are required to check and send to us information about visa process and how long does it take to receive a visa after submitting the application before attending LunAres interview. Please contact the Polish Embassy in your country for all required information and visa process timeline.
More information about visa you will find under these links: