8 March 2009
Posted by Ryan Anderson
Check it out! NASA has just released a new calendar with images from the Rovers. It is a 2009-2010 calendar, and spans one mars year (~2 earth years). It is best printed on 11″x17″ paper.
Fun Stuff, MER, NASA
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They would sell more calendars if they stuck with earth years. But OK its cool. BTW how long IS a Mars day?
So do we finally have proof of liquid water on Mars right now?!
No. There is no proof of liquid water on Mars at present. There is plenty of evidence that there used to be at least some liquid water billions of years ago.
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Ryan Anderson, Planetary Geologist; USGS; Flagstaff, AZ
Michael Battalio, Atmospheric Scientist; Texas A&M University; College Station, TX
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