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Bruce Jakosky

Bruce Jakosky

MAVEN Mars orbiter Principal Investigator Bruce Jakosky is a Professor in the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics and the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and also heads up the University of Colorado's team in the NASA Astrobiology Institute. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in both Earth and planetary geology and extraterrestrial life, including both the science and the societal and philosophical issues relating to the science. He has been involved with several space missions, including Viking, the Solar Mesosphere Explorer, Clementine, Mars Observer, Mars Global Surveyor and Mars Odyssey. He also serves as a member of the Planetary Society's Advisory Council.

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Where Did The Air Go? Bruce Jakosky on the MAVEN Mars Mission

12/23/2014 | 28:50
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Not just the air. Where is the water that was plentiful on the red planet billions of years ago? MAVEN may help answer these questions. Principal Investigator Bruce Jakosky reports on the early, exciting science data.

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MAVEN Status and Extended-Mission Planning

Posted 2016/07/27 03:17 CDT | 1 comment

The MAVEN mission to Mars was just approved for a two-year extended mission that runs through September 2018. Now is a good time to take stock of we've learned so far and to describe the plans for the extended mission.

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