From: LARRY KLAES (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 14 2002 - 21:44:13 PST
-- ESA: Martian Spots Warrant A Close Look
Are dark spots that appear near the south pole of Mars in early spring, a
sign of life on the Red Planet? No-one can say for sure, according to a
group of scientists who met at ESTEC, ESA's technical centre in the
Netherlands. But the spots are certainly fascinating, the meeting agreed,
and well worth a detailed look by Mars Express, the European Space Agency's
Mars mission, when it goes into orbit around the Red Planet in late 2003.
-- Mars Odyssey Mission Status 13 Mar 2002
Flight controllers for NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft report the martian
radiation environment experiment began gathering science data today after
their troubleshooting efforts successfully reestablished communications
with the instrument.
"Live From Mars" To Classrooms Across America!
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