(WORT) — The Martian moon Phobos is being ripped apart by the red planet.
MADISON (WORT) — Scientists are still unraveling the discovery of liquid water on Mars. In this week’s Radio Astronomy Segment, UW-Madison astronomers Arthur Eigenbrodt and Jacqueline Goldstein dive into the frozen water hidden below the surface on Mars.
MADISON (WORT)– Big news out of NASA this week! Water has been discovered on Mars, opening a world of possibilities on the Red Planet. Radio Astronomy’s Jacqueline Goldstein and Jenna Ryon tell us all about it.
NASA’s first deep space capsule in 42 years, Orion, launched last week. Find out how it went and where we go from here. We also report on exciting news from surface of Mars.
Have you ever wanted to visit Mars? Many different types of missions to the Red Planet are currently being considered, and volunteers might be needed to man these missions. Tune in to learn how your next vacation could become otherworldly!
Win a vacation to Mars when you pledge during the 2013 Summer Pledge Drive!