- 1 Direct cargo mission
- 2 Colonization mission
- 3 Manned resupply mission
- 4 Phobos boost mission-article in development
- 5 Mars Direct
- 6 Aldrin cycler
- 7 References
- 8 External links
- 9 See also
A type of one-way mission for colonization, utilizing a man-rated version of the direct cargo mission.
A two-way manned mission to resupply a semi-autonomous colony or a manned outpost.
Phobos boost mission-article in development
An unmanned mission to the moon Phobos, using a VASIMR drive to slowly spiral it out into a higher orbit.
A plan by Robert Zubrin, the head of the Mars society, to send people to Mars and back.
Mars for less
Basically Mars Direct, but with the parts broken up so that they can be launched on Medium Lift Launch Vehicles (MLLVs), such as the Ariane V, Delta IV and Proton.
Mission architecture by second person to walk on the moon, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin, to have a habitat, a cycler, in a continuous orbit between Mars and Earth.