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PROPOSAL SUMMARY
Team: Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Harvard Business School

Due to time, resources, and geographical restraints, Think Mars would like to participate in the 2000 Competition as a legacy team. The presenting team members would attend the May conference to present the latest results, which may include, but not limited to:
  1. Enhanced detail of original Think Mars Business Concept
  2. White papers on specific space business topics
  3. Business plan outline for Mars analogue (potential application to Mars Artic Research Base).
  4. Report on Think Mars customer engagement activities- including Mars Week, Congressional Visit, Internet initiatives and Mars Petition.
Think Mars does not seek to compete with other Universities, but to attend at our own expense to share information and contribute to the event.


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2000 NASA Means Business Student Competition is sponsored by NASA and is administered by Texas Space Grant Consortium.


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