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The article in the issue 7:2:

The date of the publication:
2018-05-23
The number of pages:
57
The issue:
7:2
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Joseph J. Hyde, Walter Block, Sławomir Gawroński, Ilona Majkowska, Konrad Szocik, Bartłomiej Tkacz, Karthikeyan Parameswaran, Halla Kim, Tudor Petcu, Andy Besuden,
Konrad Szocik is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow.

Practicing attorney at law in Poland,
Member of the Board of the Polish National Bar
of Attorneys in Warsaw, Poland.

e-mail: tkacz@kirp.pl

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Multi-Level Challenges in a Long-Term Human Space Program.
The Case of Manned Mission to Mars

Yuri Gagarin has started the first time in human history the manned mission in
space when his Vostok aircraft successfully achieved Earth orbit in 1961. Since
his times, human space programs did not develop too much, and the biggest
achievement still remain landing on the Moon. Despite this stagnation, there
are serious plans to launch manned mission to Mars including human space
settlement. In out paper, we are going to identify and discuss a couple of
challenges that – in our opinion – will be a domain of every human deep-space
program.

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