Sonia Van Meter

finalist for the Mars One expedition

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One of the 100 finalists for the Mars One expedition; political consultant with Stanford Caskey

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A Dutch non-profit venture called  Mars One  has plans to land two men and two women on the planet Mars.

Who Would Sign Up for a One-Way Ticket to Mars?

A Dutch non-profit venture called Mars One has plans to land two men and two women on the planet Mars.

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