SpaceAnalog Virtual Mission by HABITAT MARTE
Space Analog Virtual Mission by HABITAT MARTE
HABITAT MARTE is the first Space Analog Station offering virtual missions.
The space analog station Habitat Marte developed a methodology for virtual missions, when participants are invited to imagine how would be the operation of a space station on Mars. Participants will be chiefs in the station, imagining features and activities during the mission.
CapCom Meetings occur Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, 11 AM GMT, moment called CapCom, based on Zoom.
In this modality of Space Analog Virtual Missions were registered more than 30 missions and 200 participants from 29 countries.
The Space Analog Virtual Missions presents participants since high school students to advanced career scientists. The proposed method provides a great intercultural and knowledge interchange.
The Habitat Marte Space Analog Virtual Missions are very important to curriculum and boost opportunities in academic and industry space careers. Participants will receive a certificate after mission conclusion. The certificate mentions the working-hours.
Weekly Habitat Marte space analog station is updating information about virtual missions, achievements, results and opportunities in @HabitatMarte social media.