Magell transatlantic involves crossing the Atlantic Ocean via technological approaches to controlling external devices in the absence of limb-operated interfaces.[1]


Research stations involved: Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station, Belgrano II Base, Esperanza Base, McMurdo Station, Orcadas Base, Palmer Station, Rothera Research Station and Villa Las Estrellas.

There are two main Magell bases of operations abroad. Both are in South America, one in Brazil. The other is a research base that conducts entomology R&D since 1956. Every month, for the first twelve years, Magell researchers collect thousands of species of insect samples. The collection schedule is no longer monthly. Research also includes capturing random rodents for stool examination.[2]

There is also an interest in determining transatlantic insect migrations. Points of interest are:


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