Mars Institute Core Team Arrives at the HMP Research Station on Devon Island

Status Report From: Mars Institute
Posted: Thursday, July 6, 2006


On Tuesday, July 4th part of the Mars Institute core team arrived at the HMP Research Station on Devon Island. Two Twin Otter flights brought in base camp manager John Schutt, deputy base camp manager Samson Simeonie, Canadian principal investigator Stephen Braham, one of his assistants Christine Peres, A C Hitch, Jesse Weaver, Connie Pudluk and Daniel.

They are currently preparing the HMP Research Station for the arrival of the participating researchers. Today, weather permitting, one flight is scheduled to go to Devon Island carrying cargo. As well the second charter has left Edmonton this afternoon on its way to Resolute with cargo and several participants including researchers from the Canadian Space Agency.

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