Peter Savodnik

Stateless Media

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Executive Producer of Stateless Media, which has made the 10-minute documentary If I Die on Mars, about some of the people who have applied to go on the Mars One mission

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A one-way ticket to Mars sounds like a suicide mission, but a lot of people are interested in getting one.

A One-Way Ticket to Mars

A one-way ticket to Mars sounds like a suicide mission, but a lot of people are interested in getting one.

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