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Paul Hayne

Paul Hayne

Paul Hayne is a Research Scientist in Geophysics and Planetary Geosciences at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, where he investigates the nature and geologic histories of planetary surfaces and atmospheres using spacecraft observations and physical simulations. He recently completed a Ph.D. at UCLA, with a dissertation titled, "Snow Clouds on Mars and Ice on the Moon." This picture was taken shortly before the launch of the LRO/LCROSS mission to the Moon. Paul escaped just in time.

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Mars Academy

Posted 2015/03/21 03:55 CDT | 0 comment

A new project—"Mars Academy"—aims to expand the cosmic horizon and offer a broader sense of opportunity for at least one group of underprivileged children in an impoverished neighborhood in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

Dry Ice Snowfall at the Poles of Mars

Posted 2014/01/16 11:23 CST | 1 comment

Paul Hayne takes a look at the mysterious polar caps of Mars, and what it would be like to ski there.

A call to action

Posted 2012/04/09 02:15 CDT | 0 comment

Paul Hayne, representing the Facebook group "Young Scientists for Planetary Exploration," urges you to take action to support NASA in the budget debate.

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