July 3, 2020

Episode 239: A detailed look beneath the surface of Mars

A new ground-penetrating radar experiment will reveal what's underneath layers of Martian soil.

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A detailed look beneath the surface of Mars

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Episode 239: University of Arizona planetary sciences professor Lynn Carter

A University of Arizona-backed scientific package is hitching a ride on NASA's next Mars mission at the end of July. U of A planetary sciences professor Lynn Carter explains how a new ground-penetrating radar experiment will reveal what's underneath layers of Martian soil.

Lynn Carter spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the Lunar and Planetary Lab at the University of Arizona.

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