lunedì 14 febbraio 2011

Walking on 'Mars'

Crew training for 'Marswalk' at the simulated martian terrainof the Mars500 experiment. The terrain, about 10 m long and 6 m wide, is covered with reddish sand and is built to resemble the surface at Gusev crater.




Mars500 crewmembers testing the Russian Orlan suits before their mission started in early June 2010.




Crew training for 'Marswalk' at the simulated martian terrainof the Mars500 experiment. The terrain, about 10 m long and 6 m wide, is covered with reddish sand and is built to resemble the surface at Gusev crater. On the ‘surface’, they conducted simulated scientific research by driving a rover and working with sensors to gather physical and chemical measurements.



Crew training for 'Marswalk' at the simulated martian terrain of the Mars500 experiment. The terrain, about 10 m long and 6 m wide, is covered with reddish sand and is built to resemble the surface at Gusev crater. On the ‘surface’, they conducted simulated scientific research by driving a rover and working with sensors to gather physical and chemical measurements.


Credits: ESA / IPMB

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