Check out ASU's "Red Planet Report" website!

Posted by David Eicher
on Monday, March 03, 2014

THEMIS Image of the Day, March 3, 2014. Numerous channels dissect the rim of this large crater located on Acheron Fossae. // Credit: NASA/JPL/ASU
Robert Burnham, former editor in chief of Astronomy, has for some years been working on Mars and related science activities at Arizona State University in Tempe. One of the many things Robert is involved with is running a great website, known as the Red Planet Report, devoted to new martian imagery.

Just about every day, Robert posts new images, news reports about Mars science, and other updates that are key to understanding the central focus of planetary science. It is a GREAT resource, and you should bookmark it and check back regularly.

I’ll continue to feature periodic updates from the Red Planet Report in my blog here.

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