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Return to Earth after a month on Mars


The Haughton-Mars Project on Devon Island serves as a reminder of our frantic and violently shifting past, as well as one possible future.

It’s a land of vast, barren, foreboding landscapes layered with dust and grit, with rocks and formations uniformly sharp enough to sever skin.


And, despite the dangers of its rough terrain, it is inhabited by magic.


The visual physics of the location warn us to be cautious, appealing to our inner hunter-gatherer.

While difficult, the environment is a paradise in comparison to Mars.

Mars has been cleansed and transformed into a theme park attraction.


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