D-MARS - Desert Mars Analog Ramon Station is a space analog research center in Israel, in which analog astronauts go on a scientific journey of exploration that simulates an actual mission on the surface of the planet Mars.
Today, space analogs are becoming well-developed sectors of space science disciplines, used to train future human explorers, test related hardware and make space more accessible to the general public.
D-MARS was established in 2017 and began performing an analog mission to Mars in 2018. Since then, D-MARS has performed several analog missions, created special educational programs and established a unique and state of the art course for Ramonauts and control room operators.
D-MARS is collaborating with Israelis companies, international universities and research centers, educational institutions and space related organizations.
D-MARS have collaboration in the fields of architecture, agriculture, electricity. solar systems, psychology and human behavior, microbiology and more.