Tag Archives: Mars

Study: York U planetary scientist puts Mars lake theory on ice with new study that offers alternate explanation

Interdisciplinary investigation of the planet’s south pole points to clays being the likely culprit TORONTO, July 29, 2021 – For years scientists have been debating what might lay under the Martian planet’s south polar cap after bright radar reflections were discovered and initially attributed to water. But now, a new study published in Geophysical Research Letters, led by planetary scientists from […]

New research led by York U planetary scientist provides clues on methane’s interaction with surface of Mars

Curiosity Rover’s measurements hint at subsurface reservoirs of methane on Mars and a strong interaction with surface materials TORONTO, March 8, 2019 – A new study led by Professor John Moores, an associate professor in the Department of Earth and Space Science and Engineering at York University has found evidence of a link between the surface rocks […]

Future space scientists can remotely operate analogue rover in simulated planetary mission

Scientists from Lassonde School of Engineering’s Planetary Volatiles Laboratory at York University will be hosting the simulation and talks at the Ontario Science Centre. TORONTO, Wednesday, July 25, 2018 – As Mars moves the closest to Earth it has been in 15 years, the Lassonde School of Engineering’s Planetary Volatiles Laboratory at York University will […]