This is your chance to be part of a Martian Analog Mission, live as if you were living on Mars, learning the whereabouts of a space mission, and developing research on site. This year, The Mars Society Peru chapter will send two crews to the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) in Utah to participate in this experience: Team Peru VI and Team Latam III.
- Application Guide– Download
You will need to provide some documents in order to apply:
- Application Form (including a curriculum vitae and a 2 to 4 page project proposal – Download
- Bios and picture: One paragraph biography about your background and a good resolution picture.
- English certificate: At least intermediate level.
- Student or recen graduate certificate: If applying for a scholarship. Recent graduates must have graduated less than one year before the mission.
- Two to three minute video explaining your motivation for being part of one of these crews, a bit of your project and basic knowledge about Mars (optional).
- You don’t need to be Peruvian or Latin American to be part of these missions
- Call for applications: From February, 2018
- Applications review: July 2018.
- Call for non-latin american applicants: July 1st, 2018
- Interviews and evaluation: late July 2018
- Final Crew decisions: August 2018
- Crew preparation: From August 2018 to the date of the missions
- Analog Mission “Team Peru VI – Crew 198: Oct 27- Nov 11, 2018
- Analog Mission “Team Latam III” – Crew 212: May 2019
Upload all your documents to this form
All your documents must have coded names: LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_Application
- More about MDRS: MDRS Website
- More about projects at martian analogs: Mars Papers Website
- How to write a projectproposal: “Writting a scientific research proposal“
- Tips for writting a good CV: “How to write a CV“
For more information you can write to: firstname.lastname@example.org