Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station

Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station is located on Devon Island, 163 km north of Resolute town in Nunavut, northern Canada. It is situated on the polar desert, close to a 23-km wide impact crater.

The area was chosen by The Mars Society for location of a station, which simulates Martian environment. Planetological research is conducted at the station, as well as testing of equipment and operating methods of future Mars missions.

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