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And So It Begins... MA365 Crew (Phase 1) Departs for Devon Island
Arctic Quest (Article/Video)
Call for Volunteers: Mars Arctic 365 Mission
Crew Announced for Mars Arctic 365 Mission (Phase 1)
French Mars Society Donates $6000 to MA365, Names Generator “Carnot”
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Mars Arctic 365 Mission Semi-Finalists Announced
Mars Arctic 365 Phase 1 Mission a Success
Mars Arctic 365's Chris McKay to Appear on Inaugural 'Red Planet Radio' Podcast
Mars Society and EU-INTERACT to Cooperate on Climate Research at FMARS
Mars Society Announces High-Level Science Team for Mars Arctic 365 Simulation
Mars Society Launches Effort to Conduct One-Year Mission in Canadian High Arctic
Mars Society Proposes A Year-Long Arctic Mission To Better Prepare for the Red Planet
Mission to 'Mars': Can Pilots Help Get Us to the Red Planet?
The Mars Society Builds Infrastructure for Year-Long FMARS Mission
The Rocky Road to Space Funding through Crowdsourcing
The Year-Long Mission to Mars, On Earth, With Polar Bears
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We are planning the next field season and will update this page once the final personnel are determined.
The Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) is a project of
The Mars Society
, an international non-profit humans to Mars organization.