Volunteers Line Up For Tito's Mars Flyaround
By Frank Morring, Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: AWIN First
MacCallum said work has already started on ground facilities to test the life support hardware, which will be largely crew tended for simplicity, but will be designed effectively to give two-fault-tolerant redundancy comparable to NASA safety standards. Eventually some components and subsystems probably will be tested on the International Space Station.
“That’s what it’s for,” MacCallum said.