An astrobiologist explains the analog mission approach used to collect samples and describe the microbialite communities in Pavilion and Kelly Lake.
Unique microbialites with new morphologies and patterns are found during the first dive in the DeepWorker vehicle, exploring Kelly Lake.
Meet the Education and Public Outreach coordinators and discover their plans for connecting with the public throughout the 2011 research project.
The Pavilion Lake Research Project team of nearly 200 participants prepares to deploy at Kelly Lake for their most ambitious and operationally complex field program yet.
The 2011 Pavilion Lake Research Project (PLRP) will focus on science and exploration field activities in Kelly Lake, British Columbia, Canada.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison team will take its inflatable space loft to NASA's annual Desert RATS field test in Arizona in September, 2011.
The winning team of the 2011 challenge, University of Wisconsin-Madison, installs and deploys their X-Hab loft.
Innovation is guided by the process of developing prototypes and testing new technologies for human space exploration.
The University of Maryland deploys the loft they've built for the X-Hab Academic Innovation Challenge, at NASA's Johnson Space Center.
The Oklahoma State University team assembles the loft they've built for the X-Hab Challenge; the loft is then lifted and transported to the Habitat Demonstration Unit.