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Water and the Curiosity Landing Site Candidates

Ken Edgett • May 28, 2009 • 2

Water and the Curiosity Landing Site Candidates

MSL is a Curiosity

Ryan Anderson • May 27, 2009

Well, it looks like the next-generation rover that will be launching to Mars in 2011 (and happens to be the focal point of my PhD thesis) just got a name!

Exciting Times Ahead: 2010 Will Sizzle, and 2011 Will Really Cook!

Alan Stern • May 18, 2009

Today, I'm kicking the week off with a look at the unusually intense confluence of far flung planetary exploration that's just around the corner, starting the middle of next year.

Pretty Dunes in Gale Crater

Ryan Anderson • April 27, 2009

This is a tiny subframe from the HiRISE image PSP_009294_1750.

Give MSL a Real Name!

Ryan Anderson • March 24, 2009

The voting has begun to give the Mars Science Laboratory a genuine, non-acronym name!

Planetary Surface Processes Field Trip: Day 6

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.

The Reasons Behind the MSL Delay

Ryan Anderson • March 03, 2009

There are a pair of excellent articles in this week's Space Review by Adrian Brown, looking at the Technical and Budgetary reasons that the Mars Science Lab launch was delayed until 2011.

Mars Methane Movie

Ryan Anderson • January 20, 2009

NASA has put together a nice movie of Dr. Mike Mumma summarizing his discovery of methane on Mars.

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