Missions to Mars

10 June 2017

The Space Boffins return to Mars to hear about progress on the plus-sized US and petite European rovers. Recorded in the Mars Yard in Stevenage, Richard and Sue are joined by guests Abbie Hutty from Airbus and science journalist Stuart Clark. Richard also talks to the Project Scientist for NASA’s 2020 Mars rover, Ken Farley, and British astronaut, Tim Peake, discusses his ‘dynamic’ return to Earth in a Soyuz spacecraft.

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while thinking about mars, we have to think about earth, venus, mercury. The fission reaction in sun becomes faster and engulfs the natural resources, at particular point the mathematics between mars and sun makes the reaction to start, so that life could generate.....it will take some more thousand and thousands of years for natural life generation. For scientists it may seems artificial generation of life....it says that life was once there in mercury, venus. and then if you raise a question about the presence of mercury and venus. it doesnt seems like that the sun will become larger enough to reach pluto...this is just a fiction. Abraham is the father of astrophysics......we shall discuss later...

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