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Ali’i Gas

Special Thanks to Scott Unger of Ali’i Gas

April 20, 2014 Special Thanks
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Lunar Eclipse EVA

HI-SEAS 2 Crew conducted an evening EVA to watch the lunar eclipse on 14 April 2014. Some fantastic photos were taken by crew member Ross

April 16, 2014 HI-SEAS Mission 2A, Home, Mission 2
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Happy Yuri’s Night 2014

The HI-SEAS 2 Crew has put together a short video in celebration of Yuri’s Night, the first man in space:   Happy Yuri’s Night

April 13, 2014 HI-SEAS Mission 2A
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AIR LIQUIDE

  Special thanks from HI-SEAS for support from AIR

April 08, 2014 Special Thanks
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HI-SEAS Research Overview

NASA has awarded $1.2 million to the Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) program to continue its work studying the human factors that contribute

February 28, 2014 Crew Research, HI-SEAS Mission 1
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Mission 2 Crew

HI-SEAS is proud to announce the crew for Mission 2, which is set to begin on March 28th, 2014. Ross Lockwood Casey Stedman Dr. Ronald

February 20, 2014 HI-SEAS Mission 2A, Mission 2
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Stochastic To Deterministic

When considered as a separate environment, the habitat is in itself a system that can be modelled via complex system theory. However it is not

May 06, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1
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Shaking Out Mars Habitat Glitches

SOL 7 CO2 Levels were monitored again today with a similar pattern seen before where the CO2 levels would spike in the morning. However in

April 30, 2013 Uncategorized
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MARS ANALOG SIMULATION BOOTS UP (SOL 0 through SOL 6)

SOL 0 It was dark, and the headlights flashed unusual rock shapes with twisted and jagged shadows. The drive up to Mona Loa was quiet

April 22, 2013 Uncategorized
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ASTRONAUT-ROBOT INTERACTION ON PLANETARY MISSIONS

By Simon Engler Given the high success rate robotic platforms have had on Mars. It is considered likely that a manned mission to mars or moon