|Posted on May 06, 2010 03:19:45 PM | NASA Testing for Human Space Exploration | 0 Comments ||
From 5 – 8 May 2010, the Mars Institute’s Dr Pascal Lee and his teammates Joe Amarualik, John W. Schutt, Jesse Weaver, Jean-Christophe Jeauffre, and Mark Carroll will be completing the Northwest Passage Drive Expedition. They will be journeying from Resolute Bay, Cornwallis Island, to the Haughton-Mars Project Research Station, Devon Island, High Arctic, aboard the Moon-1 Humvee Rover, a simulator for future pressurized rovers that will be used in long distance human exploration on the Moon and Mars.
Follow their scientific odyssey here as they drive a final 200 km across the Arctic, including the critical 35 km stretch of rough sea-ice separating Cornwallis Island from Devon Island.
For more information and to follow this awesome journey, check out the following sites: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hmpresearchstation/
By Amanda Knight
Analog Technical Liaison Support for EPO NASA/JSC
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