The Science on board
Transglobalcar ‘s circumnavigation of the Earth will traverse both geographic and magnetic poles, in a continuous trajectory and using the same scientific instruments for the entire scientific programme on board. This is of unique interest for a variety of studies and a record making feat for some of them.

From ice thickness at the North and South Poles to the flow of cosmic radiation coming from distant regions of our universe, from light pollution to the study of human physiological changes in extreme environments, the expedition’s scientific programme includes the measurement of crucial parameters for understanding the unprecedented change our planet is undergoing in the last 5 to 10 years, thus contributing to the search for global solutions.
Driven by a passion for discovery, the Transglobalcar expedition crew is committed to make local and global impact, benefiting communities along the way with communication and outreach activities.
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