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Illustration of the first lander which should arrive at the Red Planet in October 2016.. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
Illustration of a Mars One rover that the project hopes will reach Mars by 2018. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
In 2021 more landers and supplies will arrive. Another rover will also land, and work with the first rover to take all components to the settlement location and prepare for the arrival of Mars Team One.. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
Water, oxygen and atmosphere production is due to be ready by early 2022, a necessary development before the first astronauts can embark on their journey to the Red Planet.. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
The first settlers are due to arrive in 2023.. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
In 2025 the second crew of four astronauts would land on Mars.. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
Illustration of the first humans at the Mars One settlement. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
Artist illustration of the Mars One settlement. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
Illustration of the Mars One settlement. Image Credit: Mars One/Bryan Versteeg
The Mars One Foundation plans a human settlement on Mars by 2023.
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Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo
Orbital Sciences Antares rocket and Cygnus cargo freighter
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