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Brian Badders of SEDs gives his support of Time Capsule to Mars. Thanks Brian!
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Brian Badders discusses his involvment and support of Time Capsule to Mars
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Please join us for the live webcast of the Time Capsule to Mars press Conference, beginning at 1:30pm Central. 
 
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Please join us for a press conference Monday, June 23, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. EST at the National Press Club for the official launch of the Time Capsule to Mars™ (TC2M) mission, the world’s first and largest crowdfunded, student-led interplanetary mission. The mission will design, launch and land a ‘time capsule’ on the surface of Mars.

Time Capsule to Mars™, spearheaded by two Duke University students and backed by the non-profit Explore Mars, aims to land three CubeSats (small satellites for space research) on the Red Planet. Each satellite will contain a terabyte of data that will act as a digital ‘time capsule’ carrying messages, photos, audio clips and video contributed by tens of millions of people from all over the globe. The capsule will remain a vessel of captured moments of today’s human race on Earth in 2014, to be rediscovered by future colonists of the Red Planet.

Time Capsule to Mars™ has already secured support from some of the biggest organizations in the space industry, among them NASA, Lockheed, Boeing, ATK, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Draper Laboratory, Orbital Sciences, Deep Space Industries, and others. It also has the backing of many of the nation’s top technical universities, including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Duke, University of Connecticut and the University of California, Santa Cruz. The project counts among its advisers astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Kent Rominger and Charlie Precourt. 

TC2M is a project of the non-profit Explore Mars (www.exploremars.org). Read more about our mission here, follow us @TimeCapsuleMars or #TC2M
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Please join us for a press conference Monday, June 23, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. EST at the National Press Club for the official launch of the Time Capsule to Mars™ (TC2M) mission, the world’s first and largest crowdfunded, student-led interplanetary mission. The mission will design, launch and land a ‘time capsule’ on the surface of Mars.

Time Capsule to Mars™, spearheaded by two Duke University students and backed by the non-profit Explore Mars, aims to land three CubeSats (small satellites for space research) on the Red Planet. Each satellite will contain a terabyte of data that will act as a digital ‘time capsule’ carrying messages, photos, audio clips and video contributed by tens of millions of people from all over the globe. The capsule will remain a vessel of captured moments of today’s human race on Earth in 2014, to be rediscovered by future colonists of the Red Planet.

Time Capsule to Mars™ has already secured support from some of the biggest organizations in the space industry, among them NASA, Lockheed, Boeing, ATK, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Draper Laboratory, Orbital Sciences, Deep Space Industries, and others. It also has the backing of many of the nation’s top technical universities, including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Duke, University of Connecticut and the University of California, Santa Cruz. The project counts among its advisers astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Kent Rominger and Charlie Precourt. 

TC2M is a project of the non-profit Explore Mars (www.exploremars.org). Read more about our mission here, follow us @TimeCapsuleMars or #TC2M
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This is Brian Badders and I am the President of Sky Labs, LLC, a K-12 STEM education technology company and a member of the SEDS organization, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.

Being a former president of a SEDS Chapter, the Dakota Space Society, at the University of North Dakota, I am excited for all the ways in which SEDS can get involved in the Time Capsule to Mars Project.  SEDS is an international student organization that has over 10,000 members worldwide, united by the mission of inspiring people through involvement in space-related projects.  By acknowledging the SEDS vision that enthusiasm of young people is key to our future in space, I believe that the Time Capsule to Mars Project has the ability to involve students of all disciplines who aspire to live in a world that has an exciting future in space! 
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A student led mission to launch and land a time capsule on Mars memorializing the human race.
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The world’s first student-led interplanetary mission, Time Capsule to Mars™ (TC2M), has a goal to design, launch and land intact a time capsule on Mars containing data that memorializes the digital keepsakes of the human race on Earth in the current decade as we set out to colonize the first off world planet in humanity's history. Time Capsule to Mars™ (TC2M) intends to be the largest-ever crowdfunded science endeavor, aiming to raise an estimated $25 million to accomplish the mission. A particular educational focus will include K-12-aged students from all over the world; the students will be able to access their own personalized "Mission Control" to play a virtual role in the mission, while tracking the vehicle's (and their data) progression through our Solar System – right up to the landing on Mars. TC2M is a project of the non-profit Explore Mars (www.exploremars.org). Read more about our mission here, follow us @TimeCapsuleMars or #TC2M