Tonight, MPR will feature the second part of our interview with Dr. Ramses Ramirez, a research associate at the Carl Sagan Institute of Cornell University. In a wide ranging and fascinating interview, Dr. Ramirez, a planetary scientist and astrobiologist, discussed habitable zones (where Earth resides) around stars, including our sun; the possibility of discovering life on Mars, either present or past; as well as life on exo-solar planets (planets orbiting other stars).
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Below are links to my University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy virtual presentation, and my presentation to the 2015 Mars Society Convention.
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Below are links for Dr. Ramses Ramirez.
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