Charles Killian

Apr. 19, 2013

Studying Earth to Learn About Mars

Planetary scientists and future explorers are trying to learn about our neighboring planet without ever leaving Earth.

mars, red planet, planetary sciences, geology, rock formation, blueberries, mars society, mars exploration, mdrs, mars desert research station, Marjorie Chan, Charles Killian

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