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John Batchelor and I welcomed Diane Turnshek to the program to discuss the innovative Mars City Design Program. Check it out at https://marscitydesign.com. Also check out their 2016 wining designs and the plans for the 2017 competition. During our Hotel Mars segment, we discussed several of the 2016 winning designs, the judges, the 3D modeling that will take place in the Mojave Desert, and more. Of particular interest were the various academic disciplines represented in the competition that included architects, artists, representatives from the humanities, as well as the engineers and scientists.