From: Mars Institute
Posted: Monday, March 26, 2007
In February the Mars Institute undertook its annual trip to the high arctic for talks with local communities and had the opportunity for an aerial survey of the HMP Research Station. The HMP Research Station is located next to Haughton Crater.
Note: The HMP will provide media organizations with print quality photographs when available upon request.
All images must include the photo credit: Haughton-Mars Project 2007/Pascal Lee.
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Aerial view of the HMP Research Station
in the high arctic on Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada.
A closer aerial view of the HMP Research Station
with the rock formation called the fortress in the background.
A closer aerial view of the HMP Research Station.
The Arthur Clarke Mars Greenhouse at the HMP Research Station.
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