Author Topic: Year In Review, Part 3: The Waters of Mars herald future exploration goals  (Read 3905 times)

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Offline Martin FL

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Another really enjoyable catch up review!

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Nice summary
"There is nobody who is a bigger fan of sending robots to Mars than me... But I believe firmly that the best, the most comprehensive, the most successful exploration will be done by humans" Steve Squyres

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Excellent article.

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Great articles Chris G. just finished reading the series. Thank you! :)
"The laws of physics are unforgiving"
~Rob: Physics instructor, Aviator

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