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Drilling into Arctic Ice
Topic: Moon to Mars
09/26/11
Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic with the Haughton-Mars Project. One of the projects he observed was the testing of IceBreaker, a drill designed for a future mission to search of signs of life on Mars.

A Coral Reef in the Arctic
Topic: Moon to Mars
09/19/11
Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island, in the Canadian Arctic, with researchers from the Haughton-Mars Project. In this article, Bortman shares the story of the islandĀ“s travels about the globe.

Arrival in the Arctic
Topic: Moon to Mars
08/15/11
Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic with the Haughton-Mars Project. Devon is a polar desert where researchers both study local geology and biology and conduct experiments to further the exploration of the moon, Mars and other planetary bodies.
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