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Mars One Habitat Concept By Bryan Versteeg Shows How We Could Live On The Red Planet

18/02/2014 11:41 GMT | Updated 18/02/2014 11:59 GMT

We're still not quite sure how to get to, land on or get off Mars just yet, but that hasn't stopped a Canadian designer envisaging what our Red Planet homes could look like.

Bryan Versteeg has a 20-year career in the graphics industry and in 2011 founded a website specifically to "focus on the conceptual visualisation for space exploration".

And this is one of the results...

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Mars One Habitat

The Mars One project is seeking to launch a one-way mission to the planet. Despite the certainty of never seeing Earth again, over 100,000 people signed up to die in space.

Speaking to the Canadian Press, he said: "I've always been seeking out the future of engineering. It's a great way to look into the future.

He adds on the Mars One website: "I'm extremely excited about this project. I have always worked in the architectural field, but my passion is with design for space missions.

"Mars One struck me as technically feasible and financially sound. I am proud to be a part of this exciting company."

The latest news on Mars One was the mission had been delayed and put back from 2023 to 2025.