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The Polarquest2021 expedition is featured on the TFnews.it website, highlighting the mission’s scientific accomplishments.
The Polarquest2021 expedition has successfully completed its seafloor mapping programme.
The Polarquest 2021 team has successfully completed their scientific expedition of the Svalbard archipelago.
The Polarquest 2021 expedition’s search for the airship ITALIA featured on the front page of the weekend edition of Le Temps!
The first drone mapping of the abandoned Nazi station “Knospe” in Svalbard, was carried out by Polarquest crew.
Polarquest2021 has cast off from Longyearbyen, setting out on the scientific leg of their new mission.
The full Polarquest team prepares Best Explorer for the upcoming scientific mission around the Svalbard archipelago.
The crew of Best Explorer arrive in Svalbard, ready to begin the Polarquest 2021 expedition!
The Polarquest2021 crew is currently crossing the Barents sea en route to Svalbard.
Join our Events
16 Sept ’21: Team members Paola Catapano, Mike Struik and Kevin Monneron give a talk on Polarquest missions at IUT Tarbes, France.
12 May ’21: Presentation of “The Pole and Beyond” The future commercial opportunities of a new and environment-friendly way to travel
7 May ’21: Presentation of the latest results of the Cosmic Ray research on board Polarquest2018
15 Jan 2021: Online talk with the Arctic Observatory: “Alla ricerca del Dirigibile Italia” with Polarquest’s Paola Catapano, and Giuseppe Biagi and Roberto Sparapani of L’Italia al Polo Nord.
16 Dec 2020: First screening of Nanuq, An Arctic Journey from Past to Future on Mediaset/Focus Canale 32 – a new documentary on the Polarquest 2018 expedition.
27 November 2020 – A European Researchers’ Night online event at the University of Sassari, Italy
23-24 Nov 2020 – Presentation at the Physics Matters on-line colloquia on the Polarquest2018 expedition
31 October 2020 – Presentation of the book “Mare Plasticum – The Plastic Sea” followed by a debate and Q&A session
January 2020 – “82°07′ Nord”, the exhibition of photographs taken during the Polarquest expedition, on display at Lagazuoi Expo Dolomiti.
November 2019 – Screening of the Polarquest2018 documentary, followed by a presentation and Q&A session with the crew.