We interviewed Mitch Schulte, Mars Exploration Program Scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington DC and NZ Astrobiology Network's official adviser about what it is like to work on Mars. The post See you on Mars! appeared first on Milky-Way.Kiwi.
It would be ironic to discover life on Venus before we found out about it on Mars but scientists insist for now that is "just phosphine". The post Is there life on M̶a̶r̶s̶ Venus? appeared first on Milky-Way.Kiwi.
The Brashear Telescope is a masterpiece of the Victorian age technology. It stands 9 m tall with a refracting lens of 18 inches (45.72 cm) across. And it is getting a new home in Tekapo, New Zealand. The Brashear Telescope was built in 1894. The mount was built by the company Warner & Swasey Co […]