Exploring Mars for evidence of habitable environments and life


Wednesday, July 28 2010 - 12:00 pm, PDT
Dave Des Marais
NASA Ames Research Center

Recent Mars missions have discovered fascinating landscapes as well as chemicals and minerals formed by the action of liquid water. Mars could have been habitable sometime in the past, and liquid water might persist in some subsurface environments today. Dr. Dave Des Marais, Chair of the Mars Exploration Program Advisory Group (MEPAG), will discuss recent discoveries that are helping to identify the most promising places to search for evidence of life. 

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