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In July of 2009, 4Frontiers personnel took part in a simulated Mars mission at the Mars Society’s Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic. 4Frontiers consultant Walter Vernon Kramer served as commander of the mission, and 4Frontiers Vice President Joseph Palaia served as executive officer and chief engineer.

On 6/24/2009 4Frontiers issued a press release about the expedition:

4Frontiers also conducted student outreach events during the expedition, in coordination with the Florida Space Grant Consortium. Click here for more information.

For more information about the expedition, please visit the FMARS website:

"There may be only a brief window of opportunity for space travel during which we will in principle have the capability to establish colonies (which could in turn establish further colonies). If we let that opportunity pass without taking advantage of it we will be doomed to remain on the Earth where we will eventually go extinct." - Richard Gott, "Implications of the Copernician Principle For Our Future Prospects," Nature, 1993
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