A Shortlisted British Student Who Is No Longer Part Of Mars Mission

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A Shortlisted British Student Who Is No Longer Part Of Mars Mission| PakistanTribe.comLONDON – A British student who wanted to be the first woman to give birth to an alien baby has pulled out of mission to Mars.

Maggie Lieu, a British woman who is 24 year old and astrophysics student wanted to give birth to the first alien baby has pulled out of a one-way mission to Mars.

Maggie Lieu, 24, an astrophysics PhD student, was one of the five Britons shortlisted for the Mars One mission, which aim to send people live – and – die – on the red planet.

More than 200,000 people applied to leave Earth in 2024 and 100 prospective astronauts were shortlisted for the ambitious 3.5 billion pound mission.

Ms. Lieu, student of University of Birmingham, has announced her withdrawal from the mission on Twitter, but has not revealed the reason behind her decision.

She wrote: ‘You should probably know that I have made the difficult decision to withdraw from the Mars One program. Still I wish them the best of luck’, she Twitted.


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