Scientist Who Drew Water from Martian Meteorite Can Discuss Mars' H20 History

Friday, May 23, 2008 - 09:28 in Astronomy & Space

On Sunday, NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander is slated to touch down on the Red Planet's to searching for signs that water existed there as a liquid. Texas Tech University researcher Hal Karlsson was part of a team that extracted water from Martian meteorites. He can discuss the research, published in the journal Science, and provide insights into the hydration history of Mars.

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