Explore this! The Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) is a prototype of a habitat for humans to experiment and see what it would be like to work and live on Mars. The station simulates the type of environment that would serve as a main base for months of exploration in the harsh Martian elements. The MDRS hosts scientists, engineers, and sometimes college students in relative isolation for 2-3 weeks to research technology, operations, and science associated with human space exploration. The two-story cylindrical building, dubbed the “Hab”, was built in 2001 and can house seven crew members at any time.
To learn more about this prototype habitat, visit the Mars Desert Research Station.
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Model Title: Mars Desert Research Station
Created By: Victor Luo
Presented By: The Mars Society
Location: Hanksville, Utah