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As Above, So Below: The Sea/Space Analogue

What follows is an article I wrote for the Mars Society while taking part in MDRS, a Mars base simulation exercise in the Utah desert. It concerns the historical use of undersea habitats for astronaut training and was well received upon original publication.

As above, so below: The sea/space analog




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