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Cookware Software

Special Thanks to David Cook for Uila Habitat Software.    

July 22, 2014 Special Thanks
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Call for Research Applications

Do you have equipment to test or an experiment that you would like to have conducted on the upcoming HI-SEAS analog mission? We invite you

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HI-SEAS featured in Big Island Video News

VIDEO: New crew returns to dome for mock Mars study MAUNA LOA, Hawaii – Six crew members have been locked inside a 36 foot high dome, and

June 09, 2014 Media
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HI-SEAS featured in University of Hawaii News

Crew cohesion focus of second Mars simulation mission March 31, 2014 Friday morning, March 28, 2014—the Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) crew is busy packing

June 09, 2014 Media
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HI-SEAS featured in Huffington Post article

HI-SEAS Mission Will Study How Life On Mars Affects The Mind The Huffington Post  | By James Cave Posted: 04/02/2014 12:32 am EDT Updated: 04/02/2014 12:59 am EDT For the next

June 09, 2014 Media
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Metro News article featuring crew engineer Simon Engler

Life on Mars: Stinky feet, dust devils, seasonal geysers (photos) By Bryan Weismiller May 2, 2014  Robotics engineer Simon Engler has survived the rigors of a

June 09, 2014 Media
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HI-SEAS Collaborator Bryan Cadwell takes ride in vomit comet

High frying a scientific quandary IAN STEWARD Last updated 05:00 18/05/2014 It took Kiwi space researcher Bryan Caldwell four flights over two days in Nasa’s

June 09, 2014 Media
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HI-SEAS Featured in article on BigIslandNow.com

Big Island’s Role in Apollo Missions Remembered Posted on May 29, 2014  by Dave Smith Hawaii’s role in the momentous first landing on the moon has been

June 09, 2014 Media
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Mauna Loa Observatory

Special thanks for support from Mauna Loa Observatory                

June 06, 2014 Special Thanks
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HI-SEAS EVA

HI-SEAS Crew 2 describes what it is like to suit up and go out of the Mars simulation habitat for exploration and science mission

May 11, 2014 HI-SEAS Mission 2A