Mars Desert Research Station Crew 187

FEBRUARY 10, 2018 Mission Summary – Crew 187 – Team Latam II Mars Desert Research Station Mission Summary Crew 187 – Team Latam II   Commander/Astronomer: Cynthia Yacel Fuertes Panizo (Peru) Executive Officer: Atila Kahlil Meszaros Henostroza (Peru) Crew Engineer: Luis José Antonio Díaz López (Peru) GreenHab Officer: Hernán David Mateus Jiménez (Colombia) Crew Scientist/EVA Officer: […]

What robots could work in Antarctica?

Humanoid robots are now used as research tools in several scientific areas.  Bob Barboza wants to train robots to care for astronauts taking the long journey to MARS. Researchers study the human body structure and behavior (biomechanics) to build humanoid robots. On the other side, the attempt to simulate the human body leads to a […]

A Letter to Our Scientists in Antarctica

End of the Year Letter From Dr. Robert Zubrin Dear Friend, We live in interesting times with regard to human Mars exploration. I can’t remember a period in which the issue of humans-to-Mars has been so front and center, both in terms of significant progress being made with the actual Mars launch infrastructure, engineering and […]

Repairing Satellites from Antarctica

Students in the USA are working with students in “The Republic of Cabo Verde” on robots repairing satellites.  This is accomplished through a fellowship program designed to train high school students in a simulated space company. The Barboza Space Center is lead by astrosociologist, Bob Barboza in Long Beach, California.  He builds tiger teams to […]

Antarctica Puerto Rico Needs Your Help

  The Lights On Puerto Rico Project We are calling on students, teachers, musicians and music lovers to join us on the making of the theme song “Lights On Puerto Rico”.  This is a not for profit project to help students on  the island of Puerto Rico.   Our goal is to insure that we […]