Web Exhibit The Search for Water, the Search for Life

Mars: The Search for Water, the Search
for Life


Flash Video Stream

Spacecraft visiting Mars have returned intriguing images of the surface of the Red Planet for over forty years. Many of these images suggest liquid water once flowed on the surface of Mars. The ViewSpace program "Mars: The Search for Water, the Search for Life" looks at some of these images and compares them to similar features found on the Earth and addresses possible consequences of finding liquid water on Mars.

The content of this program was developed by Andrew Shaner, graduate student and member of the Phoenix Mission Team. Principal Investigator, Peter Smith helped Andy develop the content for this ViewSpace program. ViewSpace is produced by John Stoke and the informal education group of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope's Education and Public Outreach program.

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