Film, Video Home Alone in a Simulated Mars
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- Home Alone in a Simulated Mars
- NASA astronaut and scientist Kate Greene discusses her forthcoming book, "Once Upon a Time I Lived on Mars: Space, Exploration and Life on Earth," with the Library's Marie Arana. Greene lived in a simulated Martian environment located on the slopes of Mauna Loa in Hawai'i and spent several months in isolation, doing research. She has a lot to say about the stress, loneliness and other challenges of sequestration -- all from a novel and unique perspective.
- Event Date
- May 14, 2020
- Running Time
- 29 minutes 29 seconds
- Online Format
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