Kristin Richmond is ready for a one-way trip to Mars – or at least a role on reality TV. The Folsom woman, 32, was chosen this month as one of 100 finalists from among 200,000 applicants for a project called Mars One. Founded by a Dutch entrepreneur who joined forces with a reality show producer, the project proposes sending the first group of human colonists to Mars by 2025. The catch: They can never return.
Kristin Richmond is ready for a one-way trip to Mars – or at least a role on reality TV. The Folsom woman, 32, was chosen this month as one of 100 finalists from among 200,000 applicants for a project called Mars One. Founded by a Dutch entrepreneur who joined forces with a reality show producer, the project proposes sending the first group of human colonists to Mars by 2025. The catch: They can never return. Courtesy of Kristin Richmond
Kristin Richmond is ready for a one-way trip to Mars – or at least a role on reality TV. The Folsom woman, 32, was chosen this month as one of 100 finalists from among 200,000 applicants for a project called Mars One. Founded by a Dutch entrepreneur who joined forces with a reality show producer, the project proposes sending the first group of human colonists to Mars by 2025. The catch: They can never return. Courtesy of Kristin Richmond

Folsom woman hopes to fly to Mars and make it her home

February 21, 2015 8:41 PM

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