Monthly Archives: August 2020

3D Printing Mars Terrains Using MOLA Data

Version 2 As a teacher or Mars enthusiast, have you ever wanted to 3D print custom Mars terrains? For example, as the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover prepares to land in Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021, would you like to … Continue reading

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An Interview with Dr. Chris McKay

Astrobiologist with NASA Ames Research Center Dr. Christopher P. McKay holds a PhD in AstroGeophysics from the University of Colorado, Boulder and his research interests focus on the evolution of our solar system and the origin of life. He studies … Continue reading

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Searching for Life Beyond

New Haven School, where I teach science, is a residential treatment center for girls who have experienced trauma and other challenges. During the summers, since we can’t send our students home until they have completed their treatment program, we hold … Continue reading

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