39 – LPSC 2018
Published March 28, 2018
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    Every year, upwards of 2,000 planetary scientists descend upon a suburb of Houston to discuss the latest findings, share the work, and learn something new at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC). A lot of Mars happens at these conferences, so WeMartians decided to attend it in person! Jake catches up with old friends, makes some new ones, and explores Mars like never before. This year, we explore the fascinating use of Earth Analogs to help us better understand the science happening on Mars.
    We discuss #LPSC2018, Earth Analogs and their value at Mars

    What a Sinuous Ridge looks like on Earth
    What a Sinuous Ridge looks like on Mars
    Ben Cardenas' Abstract for his LPSC talk
    Dante Lauretta's Abstract - Pretending Earth was another world
    Jordan Knuth's abstract on Cold Springs in Utah
    Paul Knightly's abstract for his poster on Mars 160 experiments
    Paul tours the Mars Society Habitat in Devon Island Canada (FMARS) VIDEO
    Apollo 17 45th Anniversary Live Stream
    Catheryn Ryan's Poster Abstract on LIFS

    Past coverage of LPSC

    Episode 21: LPSC2017 (March 2017)

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