Ryan Anderson

US Geological Survey

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Fellow at the US Geological Survey in Flagstaff, Arizona and a member of the ChemCam science team for the Curiosity mission; blogger at The Martian Chronicles

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On Sunday evening in Pasadena — Monday morning in Times Square — a scientific laboratory is schedule to land on the surface of Mars.With Mars roughly 154 million miles away, the…

The Mars Landing and 'Seven Minutes of Terror'

On Sunday evening in Pasadena — Monday morning in Times Square — a scientific laboratory is schedule to land on the surface of Mars.With Mars roughly 154 million miles away, the…

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