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Astronaut Mae Jemison on the ‘Adrenaline Rush’ of Space Travel

Season two of the National Geographic Channel‘s Mars—which is part drama and part documentary—explores what it would take to survive on another planet.

The speculative show comes courtesy of producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, who have already given us a vivid picture of the space race with Apollo 13. At the heart of the fictional Mars is the International Mars Science Foundation

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