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Night sky over Mars Desert Research Station

Kai Staats

February 18, 2014

Night sky over Mars Desert Research Station

I worked as a technician and embedded film maker for the 134th crew to enter the analogue research environment of the Mars Society's Mars Desert Research Station. As part of my work there, I took the crew on tours of the night sky. This shot was taken from the Musk Observatory, looking back to the West, over the habitat and green house.


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