Scott Stoll logo world traveler. A bicycle wheel and the globe symbolizes Scott's journey around the world on a bicycle.
Mars One infographic.
Mars One infographic showing the breakdown of the potential astronauts.

Graphic courtesy of Outerplaces.com

Mars One infographic.
Mars One infographic showing the breakdown of the potential astronauts.

Graphic courtesy of Outerplaces.com

705 Mars One Applicants Remain — Scott is one of them

Mars One Infographic giving a breakdown of the 705 candidates for a one-way trip to Mars remain. Scott Stoll is one of them.

A quick Mars One astronaut update: Now there are less than 600 applicants left to be an astronaut with Mars One. Scott had a job interview today with Dr. Norbert Kraft formerly of NASA. You’ll have to wait for the results on February 16th. He can’t talk about it yet.

Visit Scott’s profile on the Mars One website.

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