Talk:List of Mars analogs

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Improvement Suggestions[edit]

Some things that would be cool to see on this page:

  • A table-formatted list, like other lists on Wikipedia
  • Years each analog was active
  • Elements of Mars that were recreated for the analog (was it pressurized? Did it have a Martian Atmospheric composition? Did they grow their own food?)
  • Duration of individual missions, how many missions completed, how many people involved in the mission
  • Names of agencies/individuals behind the mission.
  • Citations referencing any published research papers presenting data from these missions.

Tea and crumpets (talk) 19:23, 27 June 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]