Mission To Mars, Rhino Horn Heists, Camouflage Cars

Mission to Mars: Six explorers lived in this simulated Mars habitat in Hawaii for four months, part of a NASA study to test the role of cooking and food on an extended space mission. i i

Mission to Mars: Six explorers lived in this simulated Mars habitat in Hawaii for four months, part of a NASA study to test the role of cooking and food on an extended space mission. Sian Proctor/NASA HI-SEAS hide caption

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Mission to Mars: Six explorers lived in this simulated Mars habitat in Hawaii for four months, part of a NASA study to test the role of cooking and food on an extended space mission.

Mission to Mars: Six explorers lived in this simulated Mars habitat in Hawaii for four months, part of a NASA study to test the role of cooking and food on an extended space mission.

Sian Proctor/NASA HI-SEAS

In this week's podcast, humans head to Mars, savvy thieves pilfer rhino horns, and Ford protects its new Mustang from prying eyes.

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