Category Archives: space exploration

Early Mars rich in O2?

So, a few weeks ago, there was a report out that suggested Mars may have had a more oxygen rich environment in its early history than previously suspected.¬† While it’s not clear that this means Mars had an oxygenated atmosphere- … Continue reading

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Sustainability and space exploration

There hasn’t been all that much crossover between two of my major interests: sustainability and space exploration. ¬†But there ought to be. In some respects, this isn’t too surprising. ¬†Environmentalists tend to look, at best, somewhat apathetically towards space exploration, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Inspiration Mars

I generally take a dim view of people who say we shouldn’t spend money on space when there are plenty of problems down here, but this may be the first instance I’m inclined to agree with them. Inspiration Mars, for … Continue reading

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