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Mars Institute

The Mars Institute Moon-1 Humvee Rover in Cambridge Bay waiting for the 109th Airlift Squadron,s C-130 to airlift it to Resolute Bay Airport

The Mars Institute is an international Mars, conducting peer-reviewed research, and educating the public about Mars exploration. It was incorporated as a non-profit corporation in both USA and Canada in 2002.

The Haughton-Mars Project is an interdisciplinary research project being carried out by the Mars Institute and SETI. The institute also supports two other projects: the Mars Institute Mars-1 Humvee Rover and the Romance to Reality project. Donated by AM General, the Mars-1 Humvee is designed to accommodate crews of up to four researchers on Devon Island and to act as a test bed for future manned rovers on the Moon and Mars. The Romance

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