Ep. 493: Mars Update 2018

If there’s one place we’ve learned more about in the last 10 years, it’s Mars. Thanks to all those rovers, orbiters, landers which are flying overhead, crawling around the surface, and digging into the rich Martian regolith. What have we learned about Elon Musk’s future home?

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Show Notes

Mars NASA page
Mars Facts: Life, Water and Robots on the Red Planet
Mars’ Dark Streaks May Be Caused by Dry Landslides, Not Water
Valles Marineris, Mars: Wet debris flows and ground ice
Water on Mars
Scientists Discover Clean Water Ice Just Below Mars’ Surface
Mars life clues from methane and ‘sticks’
Mars Probe Poised to Solve Red Planet’s Methane Mystery
Valles Marineris
Valles Marineris, a Martian Rift Zone | Mars Odyssey Mission THEMIS
Mars mission: how increasing levels of space radiation may halt human visitors
Giant Impact May Have Created Mars’ Moons
Studying ground temperature with InSight

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