May 23rd, 2006

Arctic drilling could determine if life exists on Mars Edmonton Journal

On an Arctic island 3,000 kilometres north of the nearest city, scientists tested a drill this May that could one day open the next chapter in space exploration the quest to discover what lies beneath the surface of the moon and Mars.
Working on the side of a sweeping fiord near the Eureka weather station half-way up Ellesmere Island, the nine researchers from NASA and McGill University bored two metres into a sandstone outcropping with a specialized drill that uses only a lightbulb’s worth of power.

October 13th, 2004

Canadian Bush pilots’ memorial on Mars Edmonton Journal

A lumpy boulder named after Canadian bush pilot Wop May could help solve a Martian mystery.
The Wopmay rock has the members of NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Project excited. They believe it may contain clues indicating that parts of the planet were once submerged in water.

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