HI-SEAS 3 – Follow the Crew

HI-SEAS 3 is off to the races! The crew will have had entered the Mars Habitat at approximately 4:30 pm HST today, after completing their geological training among the world’s largest volcanoes in Hawaii. This crew will endure a 240-day mission, as long as the two previous HI-SEAS missions put together. The goals of HI-SEAS 3 follow closely on the heels of the previous mission: studying the isolation effects of a long-duration mission on (simulated) Mars.

Since the last crew felt a strong connection to our social media, I thought it would be nice to have a central repository for each crew member’s information.

Martha Lenio – Commander (bio)

Martha will be posting HI-SEAS specific content to her personal blog: MartianAdventures.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
ResearchGate

Allen Mirkadyrov (bio)

I have been yet unable to find Allen posting on the web, will update.

Sophie Milam (bio)

Sophie will be keeping a HI-SEAS specific blog as well: DomeSoph.

While she isn’t currently a big Twetterer, she expressed an interest in increasing her interaction online.
Twitter
Facebook
LinkedIn

Neil Scheibelhut (bio)

I haven’t found Neil’s blog yet, but I am looking. Neil is one of the crew whose Instagram account I found, hopefully we’ll see lots of photos there.

Instagram
Facebook
Twitter
Pintrest

Jocelyn Dunn (bio)

Jocelyn is also keeping a blog: FiveStarView.

Facebook

Zak Wilson(bio)

Zak is also chronicling his aventure on AlmostMars.

Facebook
Twitter

Reserves

Ed Fix and Michael Castro will be filling in if there are any problems that crop up during the mission. When I find their sites I will update this section (or promote them to crew).

My best wishes for the crew as they begin their journey today! I will be following along very closely.

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