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Part of the crew for the simulated space mission was selected from University of Hawaii

 

It makes me proud when they don’t forget us islanders and now Part of the crew for the simulated space mission was selected from University of Hawaii. When you do things you enjoy and focus on your goals, there’s no stopping anyone from reaching for that brass ring of success! It goes to show you that dedication and consistent movement toward your dreams can become a reality.

Part of the crew for simulated space mission was selected from University of Hawaii

Researchers from the University of Hawaii and Cornell University have selected a six-person crew for a simulated Mars mission to test new forms of food for deep-space travel.

The Hawaii Space Exploration Analog Simulation is part of a study for NASA to determine the best way to keep astronauts well-nourished during multiple-year missions to Mars or the moon.

Part of the crew for the simulated space mission was selected from University of Hawaii

University of Hawaii says the crew members were selected from more than 700 applicants. The crew will participate in the four-month simulation mission early next year on a barren lava field in Hawaii.

The crew members include a research space scientist at the U.S. Geological Survey in Arizona, a science and technology journalist living in San Francisco and a materials scientist and educator working with disadvantaged students in Puerto Rico.

Part of the crew for the simulated space mission was selected from University of Hawaii and some day if this is your dream in life, you too can be that someone…

 ~~Aloha Nui Loa

 

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