HOUSTON – Mars One, the Dutch nonprofit established for a privately financed attempt to colonize the red planet in the mid-2020s, is inviting 705 candidates for interviews in the next phase of its multi-round selection process. The invited candidates – mostly male, predominantly from the Americas and Europe and aged 26 to 35 – emerged May 5 from a global list of applicants that totaled nearly 203,000 just eight months ago. The 705 men and women named to continue with the ...
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