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Mars One is one step closer to getting on TV
Mars One is one step closer to getting on TV

When Mars One announced its intent in 2012 to find a team of astronauts to become the first people to land on and colonize Mars, part of the plan was to turn the selection and training of the lucky few into a worldwide reality program. Two years later, we still don't know if the team will meet its 2024 crew launch date, but the mission has taken a step closer to getting on TV. Mars One has signed with Darlow Smithson Productions, owned by the Dutch TV giant Endemol. Mars One, which is also a Dutch organization, has teamed with the company to begin filming and broadcasting the training and final selection of the 705 future Martian hopefuls, shortlisted from the 200,000 who applied...

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