Imagine all the people, gather all their knowledge and energy to continue and extend the human society, to colonize the galaxy and beyond...
Highwood, IL (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
Mars One has announced that they have narrowed the pool yet again for the hopeful astronauts looking for the chance to travel to the Red Planet. Omri Amrany, co-founder of The Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany was notified earlier this week that he is still in the running. In addition, a CBS film crew stopped into the studio to film the Amranys as part of an interview segment on the Mars One project. The interview will air on CBS next Tuesday, May 20th at 10 p.m.
The Mars One applicants have now been cut down from 1058, to just 705 people, meaning that 353 hopefuls from around the world have been eliminated from the selection program to become the first human Mars colonists. With an original pool of over 200,000 applicants, Omri said he is excited about the news that he is still in the running.
“I’d like to add to the song Imagine by John Lennon, - Imagine all the people, gather all their knowledge and energy to continue and extend the human society, to colonize the galaxy and beyond," said Omri, reflecting on the news.
According to a news release on the Mars One website, the remaining candidates will be interviewed by the Mars One selection committee.
Mars One Chief Medical Officer Norbert Kraft, MD says, “We’re incredibly excited to start the next phase of Round 2, where we begin to better understand our candidates who aspire to take such a daring trip. They will have to show their knowledge, intelligence, adaptability and personality.”
Mars One is currently negotiating with media companies to report on the interviews, to share the stories of the 705 aspiring "Martians" with the world. Stay tuned for more news on Omri's involvement with the Mars One project. Learn more about the mission here.
About Mars One
Mars One is a not-for-profit foundation that will establish permanent human life on Mars. Human settlement on Mars is possible today with existing technologies. Mars One’s mission plan integrates components that are well tested and readily available from industry leaders worldwide. The first footprint on Mars and lives of the crew thereon will captivate and inspire generations. It is this public interest that will help finance this human mission to Mars.
About The Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany
The Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany is a Chicago-based group of artists and designers known for public artwork. Installations include parks and urban development. Our expertise spans the domain of figurative bronze monuments to contemporary art installations incorporating steel, glass and granite. Our works will last in perpetuity. They reflect current contemporary consciousness and look into the future for experimentation with newfound materials and cutting edge discoveries in science.
We aim to work in collaboration with our clients to create innovative and inspirational art. As artists our mission is to extend the human link of knowledge. As business people we work to achieve the best project that reaches out to the hearts and minds of the community. In the last 20 years in the United States alone we have completed more than 200 public works of art. Contact us at 1-847-432-9925 to challenge us to bring a new sculptural experience to your life.