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Astrobiology in New Zealand

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10 Mar 2017, 09:33 UTC
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A team including Professor Kathy Campbell attended a workshop in Monrovia California where 250 scientists sponsored by NASA and JPL discussed where the next Mars rover, launching in 2020 should land. Kathy’s team presented arguments for one of the 8th remaining landing sites.
How did you get involved with the landing site team proposal?
Who is your team?
What was Martin’s Van Kranendonk role at the workshop?
What is the link between early life on Western Australia and possible life on Mars?
talk about martin and i am linking to the blog Kathy
I can see why Australia is on the map, but you’re representing New Zealand, where is the link to Mars in that?
spaceward bound which was our empirical attempt to put new zealand on the map in terms of AB
You ended up in the final 3, what are the other sites like and why do you think yours is a top candidate?
What’s next?

link on the Nature
http://www.nature.com/news/three-sites-where-nasa-might-retrieve-its-first-mars-rock-1.21470
Collumbia Hills + the pictures that you sent me today
http://www.space.com/35866-nasa-mars-2020-rover-landing-site.html
http://www.radiolive.co.nz/NASA-will-land-another-Rover-on-Mars-in-2020/tabid/506/articleID/136627/Default.aspx

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