Scientists Exit Hawaii Dome After Yearlong Mars Simulation

Six scientists have completed a yearlong Mars simulation in Hawaii, where they lived in a dome in near isolation.
0:24 | 08/29/16

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And the Mars astronauts their back on earth who. They actually never left ten minute but the crew of the six of six spent a year in sided dome in Hawaii simulating. A trip to Mars. Yesterday was the first and they actually left the dome without spacesuits the goal is to help researchers understand how the isolation of a space mission would affect humans. And just the trip to Mars will take more than six months.

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