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Live Broadcast from Canada’s High Arctic!

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Back on Mars! The FMARS-15 crew is onsite at Devon Island and will conduct a live broadcast for members of The Mars Society of Canada. They arrived several days ago at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) and will be refurbishing this station as it has not been used since the summer of 2017. After that, they will go into ‘simulation’ and perform Mars-related research in one of the harshest environments on Earth. However, before they begin simulating what it would be like to be on Mars, they will be taking the time to speak with us!

The broadcast will begin with a short presentation from the crew about the FMARS station, and will be followed by a Q & A session where everyone may participate.

Join us from 12 – 1 PM (EDT) on July 22nd, 2023.

If you are a member of The Mars Society of Canada, please RSVP by sending an email to [email protected].

Call details will be sent to you promptly.

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The Mars Society of Canada offers a professional and credible platform for all Canadian space advocates to influence public opinion and government policy. By becoming a member of our federal not-for-profit, you provide direct support to our public outreach and Mars exploration advocacy efforts. We proudly represent the voice of thousands of Canadians who believe in the profound benefit of space exploration, and a multi-planetary future for humanity.

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