On Survivor you win money. On The Biggest Loser you win an extreme weight loss. And money.
But The Mars 100 is a different kind of reality show.
50 male and 50 female contestants will compete to show they have the right stuff — the talent and the teamwork — to become astronauts with the Dutch company Mars One!
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24 winners will be sent to Mars in groups of four, with hopes of starting the first human colonies there!
Science fiction? No. Reality TV!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the epic trailer for the competition that could change the fate of mankind — or possibly strand some reality show stars in space.
Either way, it's compelling TV!
And we bet Meghan Trainor does, too!
Some interns over at NASA have created a viral video spoofing on Meghan's song All About That Bass and it's called All About That Space.
The interns taped it at the Johnson Space Center in Houston after the successful launch of the Orion space capsule.
Some of the lyrics included lines like:
"I'm all about that space
'Bout that space, space travel
I'm bringing rockets back
Go ahead and tell the whole world that
We're doing exploration. Come on, board it stat
We're ready for liftoff
Every spacecraft needs propulsion from
the bottom to the top."
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The YouTube video is currently at 299,300 views, but we expect that number to go up like a space rocket blasting off into space!
Props to these interns for making space exploration even more interesting which we thought was impossible…
…Because seriously who doesn't love space?!?! It's way better to watch than television at least, ha!
Check out the space-tastic video (below) !!!
Space exploration is a dangerous game.
Sure, it'd be safer to never leave our homes and just keep our feet firmly on planet earth — but then progress would never happen.
Five brave Russian sex lizards have given their lives in the name of progress. They're the sex geckos that were lost in space.