Remember Mars One, the starter who said he was going to fund a tree mission to Mars by realizing the tour in television shows? Now the company is bankrupt, according to the financial documents published online.
Engadget affirmed bankruptcy with co-founder Mars One, Bas Lansdorp, who said to the publication that he was working to "get a solution" for the company's financial interests – but the things are not as happy as the Mars secretary  The news was first disclosed on Reddit, where a user sent a link to Swiss financial documents suggesting the company was being liquidated.
To be technical, Mars One was two weapons – the Mars One Ventures profit and Mars One Unprofitable ̵
But Lansdorp told Engadget that the non-profit part of the project was unable to act without further funding.
Back in 2012, Lansdorp and his colleagues announced a very ambitious plan to send collegrants to the Red Planet – and fund the project with a television show under the selection process and the test colony on Earth , with the help of Be g Brother Paul Römer.
Although the dream may be dead, it's held at a press time in the hopeful copy of the project website.
"Mars One aims to set up a human human arrangement on Mars," he reads.
"A number of missions will be completed without a team, establishing a settled settlement before carefully selected and trained teams go to Mars.
" The financing and implementation of this plan will not be easy, it will be difficult. "
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