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Call for HI-SEAS Applications (Deadline 2 APR 2018)

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN HI-SEAS: Hawaii Space Exploration Analogue & Simulation Deadline: 2nd April, 2018 Requirements: Applicants must be between 21 and 65 years of

March 19, 2018 FAQ
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UH PRESS RELEASE: HI-SEAS Mission VI cancelled

March 19, 2018 FAQ
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UH Press Release: HI-SEAS Mission VI postponed following a minor accident

March 19, 2018 FAQ
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Ask an Analog Astronaut

Ask an Analog Astronaut! The HI-SEAS Mission VI crew are currently living in a simulated Martian environment for 8 months. Just like the future crew

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Mission VI

HI-SEAS VI Now in its sixth year, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) is set to begin its

February 12, 2018 Mission VI
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Mission 5 Support

Like on every space mission, there are a large number of people involved in the day to day functions of like in the HI-SEAS simulation.

April 02, 2017 Mission Support
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In-Mission Training

In-Mission Training: Introduction of New Mission Objectives During a Mission Cycle Long duration human stays on Mars will likely lead to discoveries that motivate new

April 02, 2017 Opportunistic Research
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Bill Wiecking, PhD

Dr. Bill Wiecking is the tech support lead for the HISEAS missions, and runs the telemetry and control systems at the hab and remotely located

January 05, 2017 HI-SEAS Management
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Team Processes and Team Effectiveness

Team Processes and Team Effectiveness The research put forward by Michigan State University has 3 specific aims and associated deliverables that represent an integrated approach

January 03, 2017 FAQ, Research Team