Mars One Newsletter - Happy Holidays! 
Hi Mars One supporter,

Happy holidays! We're happy to announce two new additions to the Mars One Advisory Board and Ambassadors team. Our advisers and ambassadors support Mars One with combined knowledge that expands over a range of topics. They help find opportunities for improvement and spread the word about Mars One. Meet our newest additions:

Jeroen Onderdelinden: Mars One Adviser
Jeroen Onderdelinden is a Dutch private equity professional with over 20 years of  experience in general management and hands-on experience in private equity in Eastern Europe. He's currently supporting charitable initiatives and technological starts up that boldly go where no one has gone before. Learn more here!

James Asquith: Mars One Ambassador
James Asquith is a a British traveller, author and investment banker. He's also the official Guinness record holder for being the youngest person to visit every sovereign country in the world. He began by volunteering in Southern Vietnam, and then travelled to every country in the world over the next 5 years. Learn more here!

Mars One Ventures Update

We're happy to share that we are making good progress towards getting the Mars One Ventures AG share trading at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange again. The new prospectus will be filed with the financial authorities this week. We also have a new presentation explaining the Mars One business case. These advancements will set the stage for the upcoming events such as the third selection round, a new round of applications, and growing the Mars One team.


Worms on Mars

Worms on Mars are taking off! Wageningen University researcher and Mars One adviser Dr. Wieger Wamelink recently announced that earthworms can reproduce in NASA Mars soil simulant. This provides another piece of evidence that growing food on Mars is feasible, and will set the stage for further research for Martian agriculture. Read the press release!


Support our Mission!

We are down to our final Mars One coins! Grab these Mars One collector items in silver or bronze while you can. 

Each newsletter, we award a signed Mars One mug to two randomly picked monthly donors. This time, Bartlomiej C. (United States) and Philippe D. (United Kingdom) are the lucky ones. Congratulations!

Thank you for the ongoing support, we greatly appreciate it!
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