The first flight to Mars has attracted more than 78,000 applicants for only two weeks of applying. Thus, if the flight is successful, what will happen to those who will be selected for the flight? Is it dangerous? Life on Mars is comparable to the promotion of the Antarctica, with similar problems, according to the Mars One. The average temperature is -50 degrees Celsius (-58 F). The colonization of Mars will be developed in a similar way as on the basis of the research, and on the cold continent were created livelihoods. Based on the solar panels will be used for energy, and will be re-used as much as possible materials.
Production of oxygen and water will begin immediately after the astronauts landed as stocked resources will not last long. Astronauts will work removing water from the soil and to produce oxygen by decomposing water into hydrogen and oxygen. The device, like a portable greenhouse is used to grow food. Since every two years will fly by two men, the base will grow, and the colonists of Mars will have to find how to produce the resources themselves. Two examples include the construction of additional method of finding places to live, and receipt or creation of a machine that makes plastic. Life on Mars is risky – a key part of the settlement may be destroyed, and the astronaut can not survive if his or her Martian costume will be seriously damaged in the location behind outside of the buildings. In addition, certain unspecified health conditions are incurable on Mars though some of the disease probably does not exist there. Daily life astronauts will have to fulfill three main streams of work: – Construction of Construction includes the establishment of a new settlement for a comfortable life, including corridors between per constructed buildings and installing additional solar panels. Construction includes the time required for the greenhouse; the plants were courting and cooking. Service – This includes checking that all systems are working, and check them regularly. – Research Staff Mars-1 must find a way to build a building in typically Martian materials to appreciably expand the colony. Other research includes the study of wet and dry periods, as well as the collection of data to transfer them to other researchers back on Earth. Besides working with astronauts will be leisure and personal time. At this time, they can do the same on the premises that were doing on the ground, including reading, games and Internet use. The mission plans to have the Internet, but it will be a time delay, so they will need to advance to request movies and news programs that they want to see. Free Internet access will be limited to their preferred sites, which will be continuously updated local web server Mars. Other websites will take time from 6 to 45 minutes to appear on their screen – the first from 3 to 22 minutes from your clicks to reach the ground, and then another 3 to 22 minutes to this web site in order to reach Mars. Contact with friends at home is possible through video, voice or text message. Other facts – the astronauts will be 15 days of water storage, recycled water will be enough for 150 days, if it is used sparingly. – Ab exercises will be selected after about a decade of testing to see which of them will help astronauts to meet the needs of busy traffic in space to prevent reconditioning due to weightlessness. – Astronauts will decide among themselves how they organize themselves into small groups and make sure that is a reasonable decision. – Mars-1 promotes religious freedom – the first settlers strongly advised not to have children on the planet, because it would cause many complications. In the future, the need will arise in children.