Tag Archives: Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

One step closer to discovering life on Mars

Yesterday NASA revealed that it has found evidence for present day liquid water on Mars. In this blog post I’ll explain how they made this discovery, why it is significant and what it means for the search for life on … Continue reading

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10 photos that tell the story of Mars exploration

1. Holy gigapixels! This is technically cheating as following this link takes you to several gigapixel images of Mars that you can zoom and pan around, but they’re so amazing hopefully you can forgive me. These incredibly detailed images from … Continue reading

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A beautiful new impact crater on Mars

This will be quite a short post as I’m currently experiencing heavy outbreaks of paper corrections and lab work planning (this is how life goes as a third year PhD student) but an awesome new discovery has been made and … Continue reading

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