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More than 100,000 people have applied to be a part of the Mars One project, hoping to colonize the red planet starting in 2022.
Out of the thousands, 40 people will be selected and from them, just four will participate in the first passage to Mars.
The first group is scheduled to leave in September of 2022 and they will land seven months later in April, 2023-- never returning to Earth.
More than 30,000 Americans have applied for the chance to be the very first settlers on Mars, paying a $38 application fee, and the first mission to Mars will cost $6 billion.
The Dutch company that is overseeing the mission plans to fund it by creating a 'reality TV' series about the mission, documenting everything from the astronauts' training on Earth right through to touch-down on Mars and their daily lives once on the planet.
Sponsors and media agencies would pay to broadcast the Mars mission, and a second group of four people will leave two years after the first.
The astronauts will complete eight years of training, isolated from the world for a few months every two years.
The training will take place in groups of four in simulation centers,to test how they respond to living in close quarter with just three other people.