Scientific journals such as Australasian Science, National Geographic and Scientific American are a good place to look.
Our mission to Mars display had the following articles/ issues displayed:
These are the Astronomy typed cover articles held by the LRC and while may not be Mission to Mars they are space and other issues may hold relevant non cover articles. Additionally Scientific American lists related articles in their publication, perhaps you may find something there.
The Mars Challenge by Jasmina Lazendic-Galloway & Tina Overton (Australasian Science January/February 2017) is an example of a relevant non cover article.
Mars One aims to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. The main difference between this and other initiatives is the funding method. Mars One is not government funded.
Did you know there are seven Australians in The Mars 100 (the current shortlist for the Mars One project)? During 2017 they should find out if they make it into the top 24 selected for astronaut training. The best known of these is Dianne McGrath.
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