Mars One looks for colonists to populate the planet

04/23/2013 | Space.com

Nonprofit group Mars One is beginning to recruit people to colonize the red planet. The biggest concern, at this point, is how children would fare in the colony. Doctors are unsure whether women can give birth in a low gravity atmosphere and how radiation would affect children. "We definitely will start out at first with animals and see how the pregnancy works with animals," said Norbert Kraft, chief medical officer for Mars One.

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