PlentyOfFish is officially announcing the launch of our very own Mars pioneer program today, “Mars for Two.” Teaming up with a private partner specializing in space exploration, PlentyOfFish will be granting singles a chance to find the love of their lives, and establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. The launch date has been set for 2025.
Mars for Two will join the likes of NASA and Mars One, who are currently developing the capabilities needed to send humans to Mars by the mid 2030s and 2027, respectively. So with a notably ambitious launch date projected for 2025, this opportunity won’t be available to all singles on the hunt for love.
After a lengthy application process separate from the site itself, a select group of singles will be connected with one exceptionally compatible prospective partner using the mutual match algorithm behind PlentyOfFish.
Relationships that flourish will continue to advance in the program. Eventually, two couples will be selected for extensive training for what is projected to be the first manned mission to land on Mars.
Upon arrival, these couples will put their relationships to the ultimate test by spending the rest of their lives together living and working on Mars with water, food and oxygen provided by the mission. Research and significant insight into the complexities of human relationships and true compatibility will provide an immeasurable wealth of new knowledge for future research on both Mars and Earth.
Couples are the driving force behind Mars for Two because they can offer each other emotional support and love through such a profound change that will permanently alter their lives. This initiative is also positioned to help with reproduction on Mars with the intention of building a larger permanent community.
“At PlentyOfFish we’re passionate about bringing people together. With 4 million people logging on to the site each day, and over 1 million relationships created each year, we’ve successfully created a lasting legacy here on Earth – so the time has come to quite literally expand our horizons by sending couples to Mars,” explains Founder and CEO Markus Frind.