Mars Institute's Moon-1 Humvee Rover As it Ends Its Historic Journey

The Northwest Passage Drive Expedition's Moon-1 Humvee Rover makes landfall in Cambridge Bay on 17 April 2009 after a record-breaking 8-day, 494 km journey on sea-ice, the longest sea-ice traverse ever conducted in a road vehicle. Expedition teams members were warmly greeted by the Cambridge Bay community and by the hamlet's mayor, Michelle Gillis, who met with the team at the "beach".
(Photo Mars Institute/Haughton-Mars Project/P. Lee)

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