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Volunteers needed to live in a Martian landscape for a year

 The Mars Society will be sending six volunteer crew members on a year-long excursion to their Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station.

As you might have surmised from the station's name, The Mars Society won't actually be sending anyone to Mars next year. Instead the lucky volunteers will be headed to scenic Northern Canada, 900 miles from the North Pole. There they'll stay on the surface of Devon Island, a Mars-like environment if ever there was one. Once there, the crew will be expected to carry out geological surveys, take samples and perform other scientific research relevant to the human exploration of Mars.

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