WWW: Searching for Signs of Subsurface Life on Mars (Extinct and Extant) - Shared screen with speaker view
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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...
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you can't find cavities from above with muon it has to look at the sky
Bob, if the cavities are in a small body, you can see them. Sorry for not being clear.
right, may be good method for looking for all types of density variations in a small body
I find it fascinating and with great potential.
Get your questions and comments ready, folks.
Sorry for joining late, is the meeting set for Monday?
Hi Anna, the in person meeting is set. Please register if you want to participate (no matter if in person or virtually)
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.
Come on folks, no thoughts???
Get us some questions ;-)…we want to especially hear your worries related to hunting for subsurface life on Mars.
you have to put weight on bit which is challnging
developing techniques to get unstuck would be very useful because you always get stuck
Agreed, the deeper you go, the more likely you will get stuck
How are we NOT going to have sand and pebbles? We must prepare for the likely nature of Mars materials of interest.
we are actually working on technology to deal with that. RedWater drill will be able to handle this...
you do not want vapor condensation down that cold hole - that will stuff you
yes, the condensation is a killer, as is fine powder, and both together are cement!
great presentations - sorry i will miss meeting so long
Please make sure to carry over the conversation to Slack!!!
Thanks all! Wish I could have attended the upcoming face-to-face meeting and actually meet all of you face-to-face.