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L’époque actuelle est incontestablement riche en développements dans le domaine de l’exploration spatiale. Alors que le retour d’humains en orbite autour de la Lune (Artemis II) et sur la Lune (Artemis III) est imminent, les missions robotisées d’exploration spatiale s’y préparent activement. Des astromobiles, dans le cadre de missions telles que V... Read all
McGill Arctic Research Station
On July 8, in less than a week's time, the T-MARS 2023 field team will be packing their bags for departure for the Canadian Arctic. For several months now, team members have been busy preparing everything necessary for this great adventure. The experience acquired during the 2022 field campaign has been extremely useful, and the 2023 season promise... Read all
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In the last few months, members of the T-MARS team had the opportunity to participate to two international scientific conferences. Éloïse Brassard, Stéphanie Lachance and Gaëlle Belleau-Magnat, three master's students and professor Myriam Lemelin took part in january 2023 in the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's ... Read all
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The T-MARS (Terrestrial Mineral Analysis by Remote Sensing) project team, led by Professor Myriam Lemelin, conducted its first field data acquisition campaign this summer. Three M.Sc. students had the opportunity to travel near the McGill Arctic Research Station on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, to collect the geological samples and spectral data ne... Read all
For our first event of the Fall, we are excited to bring you a panel with three McGill Researchers who study our fascinating neighbor, Mars! Come and hear the exciting work that Erin Gibbons, Debarati Das, and Richard Léveillé do related to Mars, its habitability, and the high-tech robots that we land on its surface! You have questions? They have ... Read all
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The agency’s latest and most complex mission to the Red Planet has touched down at Jezero Crater. Now it’s time to begin testing the health of the rover. The largest, most advanced rover NASA has sent to another world touched down on Mars Thursday, February 18, 2021, after a 203-day journey traversing 293 million miles (472 million kilometers). Con... Read all
GIS Day 2020
As part of GIS Day 2020, on November 18, Pre Myriam Lemelin of the Department of Applied Geomatics at UdeS presented a conference on Geomatics beyond Earth: Use in Space Science. Conference Summary: Numerous space exploration missions have explored the different celestial bodies of our solar system for several decades now. Some missions are current... Read all
Hats of to you
Congratulations to Éloïse Brassard, national winner of the Excellence in Science segment of the Hats Off to You! contest last July. Éloïse, an intern with the T-MARS team and a bachelor's student in geomatics applied to the environment, won the $2,000 Environment Prize. This prize was awarded by the Ministère de l'Environnement et de la Lutte contr... Read all
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From environmental problems to space exploration missions: Myriam Lemelin's story is astonishing. By studying geospatial data, this professor of applied geomatics discovers the potential of these tools in a planetary science context. Through her research, she has come to understand that environmental problems on Earth are inseparable from everythin... Read all
Rover Perseverance
On July 30, 2020, the most sophisticated rover ever designed by NASA, Perseverance, launched for the Red Planet to analyze its surface at its arrival on February 18, 2021.... Read all
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Congratulations to our professor Myriam Lemelin for her new Canada Research Chair in Northern and Planetary Geological Remote Sensing. We are proud to have Professor Lemelin's expertise in our department! In addition, Professor Lemelin has obtained funding from the Canadian Space Agency's FAST program (Flights and Fieldwork for the Advancement of S... Read all
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