|Bowie Base One|
|Appearance:||The Waters of Mars|
|Another memorable moment|
|One more memorable moment|
Seventeen months into the mission, the Tenth Doctor arrived on-site. Six of the crew members were infected by the Flood. Captain Brooke initiated Action 5 on 21 November 2059, destroying Bowie Base One in a nuclear explosion. There were only three survivors, plus the Tenth Doctor.
Countries known to be involved in the Bowie Base One mission included the United Kingdom, United States of America, Russia, Germany, Turkey, South Korea, Lithuania, and Australia. The flags of these countries (Lithuania's upside-down) were seen on the wall of the control hub. Mission Control was based in Houston, Texas. (TV: The Waters of Mars)
|Adelaide Brooke||Captain||British||Deceased 2059|
|Edward Gold||Second-in-Command||Australian||Deceased 2059|
|Tarak Ital MD||Doctor||Pakistani||Deceased 2059|
|Steffi Ehrlich||Senior Technician||German||Deceased 2059|
|Margaret Cain||Officer||British||Deceased 2059|
|Andrew Stone||Officer||American||Deceased 2059|
|Yuri Kerenski||Nurse||Russian||Alive as of 2059|
|Roman Groom||Junior Techanican||American||Deceased 2059|
|Mia Bennett||Geologist||American||Alive as of 2059|
- Action 1 - Base evacuation, initially ordered by Adelaide Brooke after the infection was detected
- Action 5 - The Captain would arm, and detonate, a nuclear device, destroying the base.
Behind the scenes
- It was most likely named after David Bowie as a reference to his song "Life on Mars".