Abigail is a Texaco Prize Postdoctoral Scholar and KISS Postdoctoral Scholar at Caltech working with Dr. Bethany Ehlmann. She analyzes orbiter and rover data from Mars and its moons, and is a member of the Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) and Curiosity science teams. Abigail got her start in planetary science when she participated in The Planetary Society's Red Rover Goes to Mars Student Astronaut program back in 2004.
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Posted 2014/07/29 02:08 CDT | 3 comments
One of the hot topics of the 8th International Conference on Mars was the nature of Mars' ancient past. Abigail Fraeman reports on our updated view of whether Mars was ever warm and wet.
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