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Explore Mars

News and resources on Mars:

Mars Exploration Rovers site (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA)
Athena science team site
Mars Express (European Space Agency)

Follow Spirit and Opportunity as they rove Mars:

"Martian views," Feature, July 2005

"Opportunity snaps Meridiani on Mars," News Notes, January 2005

"Evidence for water on Mars flows," Web Extra, Dec. 15, 2004

"Traveling on Mars," News Notes, October 2004

"Mars update: Standing water on planet's surface, Web Extra, March 24, 2004

"NASA says Mars once drenched in water," Web Extra, March 2, 2004

"Mars update: A pixel at a time," Web Extra, Feb. 11, 2004

"Mars Update: Opportunity lands," Web Extra, Jan. 26, 2004

"Mars geologist in action," Web Extra, Jan. 6, 2004

Other Geotimes coverage of Mars:

"Mars' lost landers," News Notes, July 2005

"Lots of water on Mars," News Notes, May 2005

"Roving for martian designs," Education, May 2005

"New tools for finding life on Mars," Technology, January 2005

"Solar storms strip water off Mars," News Notes, September 2004

"Core compositions," News Notes, July 2004

"To Mars and beyond," Web Extra, June 17, 2004

"Green minerals on the Red Planet," News Notes, January 2004

Special Geotimes issue: Geology on Mars," May 2003
Featuring: "Landing the Mars Exploration Rovers," by Matthew Golombek et al.; "Martian Field Trips on Earth," by Geotimes staff; "Robotic Field Geologists Take to Mars," by Lisa M. Pinsker.

"Mars Express for geologists," News Note, August 2003

"Topographic maps of Mars," Geomedia, September 2003

"Global Mars maps," Geomedia, April 2004

"Mapping water on Mars," News Note, July 2002

For more Geotimes coverage of Mars research, go to the Planetary Geology section in the Geotimes archives.


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