Moving off planet to Mars

Hawai’i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS), Sensoria Mission 2, Mauna Loa, HI

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A view of the Habitat at HI-SEAS, 2020. PC: Jaden J. A. Hastings
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Vice Commander and Creative Research Specialist: Richelle Gribble

“Under constraints, creativity thrives.” ― David Sherwin, Creative Workshop

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Crewmates at HABCOM hold up a sign that reads “Bring Back H20.” We had to access backup water supply. PC: Richelle Gribble
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A view of the compost toilet and urinal as well as hair for the Hair Biofuel fertilizer (a student project for the “Mission to Mars” competition). PC: Richelle Gribble
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EVA on Martian terrain with spacesuits. PC: Richelle Gribble
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Dust storm on Mars, a view through the porthole. PC: Richelle Gribble
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The second-ever all-female crew at HI-SEAS for Sensoria Mission 2. PC: Chelsea Gohd
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Projecting Cave Paintings of the 21st Century on Martian rocks in my bedroom. PC: Richelle Gribble
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Amanda Knutson’s makeshift aquaponic system. PC: Richelle Gribble
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Crewmates on an EVA on the Martian landscape. PC: Richelle Gribble

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