Ryan Anderson • April 30, 2010
We started off Day 2 of the field trip by driving up onto the eroded rocks of what used to be the tidal flats of the ancient reef, between the shore and the continental shelf.
Ryan Anderson • April 26, 2010
Hello everyone, I’m back from the MarsSed 2010 meeting in El Paso!
Emily Lakdawalla • April 20, 2010
Yesterday I asked for suggestions for topics to write about, and you readers seem to have volcanoes on your minds!
Ryan Anderson • April 17, 2010
I’m headed off to El Paso Texas tomorrow! Why? Because that’s where the Mars Sedimentology and Stratigraphy workshop is!
Jani Radebaugh • July 27, 2009
The Cassini spacecraft made its 59th flyby of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, on Friday, July 24, and in the last few hours we have received images from the RADAR instrument in SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) mode.
Ken Edgett • May 28, 2009
Water and the Curiosity Landing Site Candidates
Ryan Anderson • March 22, 2009
Friday was the last day of the field trip, and we spent it at the Petrified Forest National Park.
Ryan Anderson • March 20, 2009
Today we visited Grand Falls and the nearby dune field. Grand Falls is especially interesting because it combines many of the processes that are active in shaping planetary surfaces.
Ryan Anderson • March 19, 2009
Today was a long and awesome day. We started out at Meteor Crater, the youngest and best preserved impact crater on Earth!
Ryan Anderson • March 18, 2009
Today we visited the Grand Canyon. If you haven’t been there before, there is no way to convey what it is like.
Ryan Anderson • March 16, 2009
Today was all about volcanoes.
Emily Lakdawalla • October 24, 2008
An article in the September 26 issue of Science neatly explains why only the southern half of Mars is strongly magnetized.
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