Washboard and Fluted Terrains on Pluto as Evidence for Ancient Glaciation
A letter by SETI Institute scientist Oliver White focuses one of the most enigmatic landforms yet seen on Pluto.
Janice Bishop honored at Geological Society of America Annual Meeting
Janice Bishop was honored on November 4th at the GSA's 130th annual meeting.
Updates from Dale Andersen in Antarctica
Dale Andersen, Senior Research Scientist at the SETI Institute, is currently conducting field research in Antarctica. His research interests focus on the origin, evolution, and distribution of life in the universe ...
What can soil experiments tell us about Mars?
The soil on Mars has large quantities of the elements sulfer and chlorine that may be affecting surface properties.
Local Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors experience Flight Week on NASA’s SOFIA
The AAA 2018 season continued with five science teachers from the William S. Hart School District in Santa Clarita, California.
Groundwater and Precipitation Provided Water to Form Lakes along the Northern Rim of Hellas Basin throughout Mars’s History
The Hellas impact basin... contained numerous ephemeral lakes throughout Mars’ history, a new study reveals
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