Farewell to FMARS
The crew of the second phase of the Mars 160 mission wrapped up its stay at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station in mid-August 2017.
Sunset at FMARS
The crew of the Mars 160 mission’s second phase, based at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station in the Canadian arctic, saw its first sunset on Aug. 14, 2017.
Landscape Near FMARS
The otherworldly landscape near the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station, on Devon Island in the Canadian arctic.
FMARS: Aerial View
An aerial view of the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) on Canada’s Devon Island.
The FMARS Hab
The FMARS habitat on Devon Island.
FMARS on the Ridge
Another view of the FMARS hab, which lies on a ridge.
Testing an ATV
A crewmember testing one of the ATVs at FMARS, before the simulated mission began.
Crewmembers show off their Mars 160 shirts at FMARS.
Devon Island’s Haughton Crater
A view of Haughton Crater, the home of FMARS.
First Meal at FMARS
After a hard day moving supplies to into the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) in the Canadian arctic, Mars 160 crewmembers enjoy a meal of Russian-made space food for their first official dinner at the station.
Starting an EVA
Kicking off an extravehicular activity (EVA) at FMARS.