A version of this article appears in the June 23 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. International Space Station partners are beginning to discuss expanding use of the orbital outpost to test “extensible” technology for the long trek to the surface of Mars, with a new pressurized module and year-long tours for as many as a dozen crew members among the topics under consideration. Just as life-support hardware efficient and rugged enough to keep humans alive without ...

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