‘Early Mars’ topical website launched

early-mars-bannerThe Lunar and Planetary Insitute in Houston has launched a new website on the subject of early Mars. It will provide links to new papers, conference programs and abstracts, field-trip guides, and more.

The site’s introduction states, “The influx of new data received from recent spacecraft missions to Mars, the study of the SNC meteorites, recent progress in early climate modeling, the growing evidence of the role of water in the planet’s evolution, and the rapid pace of new discoveries about the origin and diversity of life on Earth have reinvigorated interest in both the conditions that prevailed on Mars during its first billion years of geologic history and their implications for the development of life.” [More at link] 

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