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Monday, May 19, 2008

Go to Mars ------Virtually

Think you're tough enough to volunteer for the latest Mars project? Russia is looking for wannabe astronauts --who won't actually get to go into space. Instead, volunteers will be locked ina space capsule for 500 days to see what happens to the human body when put in that condition and to check if it's safe --and sane -- to keep spacemen in the capsule for that long. Sure you'll be provided with food, oxygen, a bed and a bathroom, but 500 days without a PS3 -- you've gotta be kidding!



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