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WWW: Searching for Signs of Subsurface Life on Mars (Extinct and Extant) - Shared screen with speaker view
Kennda Lynch
36:08
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Kennda Lynch
36:18
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Kereszturi Akos
01:05:33
Dear Colleagues, Now I'm in the country with a terrible web connection. Although logged in but almost impossible for me to follow the talks. So I would appreciate if some of the mateirals would be available later. I have some potentially relevant experience with an optical borehole-wall scaning project, that supports the identification of geological context. I'm afrain will leave now, could not hear almost anything...
Marco Boldt
01:09:21
Kereszturi: If you have access to a phone your audio connection at least might be better: +1 720 707 2699Meeting ID: 742 689 946
Kennda Lynch
01:13:17
Greetings Everyone - Please sign in so we can capture our participants for this meeting - https://forms.gle/wegZJFTaaE9d6xacA
Bob Grimm
01:14:57
you can't find cavities from above with muon it has to look at the sky
pboston
01:18:44
Bob, if the cavities are in a small body, you can see them. Sorry for not being clear.
Bob Grimm
01:19:29
right, may be good method for looking for all types of density variations in a small body
pboston
01:19:56
I find it fascinating and with great potential.
pboston
01:31:40
Get your questions and comments ready, folks.
Anca Selariu
01:37:57
Sorry for joining late, is the meeting set for Monday?
vstamenk
01:38:56
Hi Anna, the in person meeting is set. Please register if you want to participate (no matter if in person or virtually)
pboston
01:38:57
There is no meeting Monday, the Face to Face occurs next week on Aug 13/14, and we will be broadcasting that using a different system that zoom from the LPI site of the meeting.
pboston
01:48:41
Come on folks, no thoughts???
vstamenk
01:49:47
Get us some questions ;-)…we want to especially hear your worries related to hunting for subsurface life on Mars.
tullisonstott
01:50:21
Amazing
tullisonstott
01:51:57
you have to put weight on bit which is challnging
tullisonstott
01:53:28
developing techniques to get unstuck would be very useful because you always get stuck
Kennda Lynch
01:55:18
Agreed, the deeper you go, the more likely you will get stuck
tullisonstott
01:57:31
good idea
pboston
01:58:48
How are we NOT going to have sand and pebbles? We must prepare for the likely nature of Mars materials of interest.
KAZacny
01:59:39
we are actually working on technology to deal with that. RedWater drill will be able to handle this...
tullisonstott
01:59:58
you do not want vapor condensation down that cold hole - that will stuff you
pboston
02:00:28
yes, the condensation is a killer, as is fine powder, and both together are cement!
tullisonstott
02:01:04
great presentations - sorry i will miss meeting so long
Kennda Lynch
02:01:17
Please make sure to carry over the conversation to Slack!!!
Brian Wade
02:03:31
Thanks all! Wish I could have attended the upcoming face-to-face meeting and actually meet all of you face-to-face.