By Tereza Pultarova It must have been some time in August when I received an email from a friend of mine, a Florida- Institute-of-Technology-based extreme environments architect Ondrej Doule. He was putting together a research crew to apply for a two-week rotation at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, the USA. He needed a journalist aboard to manage the communications. I didn’t have to think twice. I knew immediately that this is going to be a pretty extraordinary experience. Mars Desert Research Station, run by the Mars Society, is a Mars analog habitat in the middle of a high … Continue reading Mars day 1: 60 gallons for 6 people?