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Commander of NASA’s 1st yearlong analog Mars mission discusses effort’s 1st month

It’s been a full month since Kelly Haston moved to Mars.

As commander of NASA’s first CHAPEA (Crew Health and Performance Exploration Analog) mission, Haston and her three crewmates volunteered to live for more than a year secluded inside “Mars Dune Alpha,” a 1,700-square-foot (158 square meters) Mars base-like habitat that is located not on the Red Planet, but rather at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

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