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Mars One fizzles out: Ambitious startup that promised to send humans to the red planet goes bankrupt

MailOnline Monday, 11 February 2019
Mars One fizzles out: Ambitious startup that promised to send humans to the red planet goes bankruptMars One Ventures, the Dutch company behind the flashy project - described by some as a 'suicidal mission' that was doomed to fail - has met its demise in Swiss bankruptcy court, filings show.
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Mars One and its promise to set up a colony on the Red Planet have reportedly been declared defunct.

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