National Geographic takes us on a journey with Crew 138 of the Mars Society’s Mars Desert Research Station to see what it is like to live on Mars without having to leave planet Earth.

The location is somewhere in the deserts of Utah and the area is used because of its similarity to Mars’ own elevation, ground quality, and sun exposure.

The scientists wear uncomfortable “EVA suits” while simulating missions and all sleep, eat, and hang out together in a very tiny “home” on “Mars”.

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