Humvee Rover Reaches Devon Island After Sea Ice Traverse

Mars Institute "Moon-1" Humvee Rover reaches Devon Island, High Arctic

"An international team of researchers led by Mars Institute scientist Dr. Pascal Lee successfully reached Devon Island, High Arctic, on Sunday, 16 May, 2010 after a 13-day, 150 km vehicular journey from Cornwallis Island to Devon Island, along the fabled Northwest Passage."

Driving to Devon Island Across Sea Ice, earlier post

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