- Father of four Ken Sullivan, who lives in Utah, applied to live on Mars without asking his wife
- He is among 1,058 people who have been selected to go through to the next round of the Mars One project, which is set to colonise the Red Planet
- His children say they will miss their father if he embarks on an extraterrestrial life and Mr Sullivan admits he’ll be ‘relieved’ if not chosen
A father of four, who applied for a one-way-ticket to live on Mars, could be looking at a divorce as a result of his extraterrestrial ambition.
Ken Sullivan made it the next stage of the Mars One project, which could potentially see him making a new life on Mars – but his wife and children are not happy about the news.
Mr Sullivan, who lives in Utah, is among the 1,058 applicants selected so far who could colonise the red planet and never return to their families and friends on Earth.
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