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Browsing LPI Contributions by Subject "Exobiology"

Browsing LPI Contributions by Subject "Exobiology"

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  • Rennó, Nilton O.; Fischer, Erik; Martínez, Germán M.; Hanley, Jennifer; (MDPI, 2021-08-19)
    We conclude that complex brines must exist in the shallow subsurface of Mars and the Icy Worlds, and that liquid saline water should be present where ice has existed, the temperature is above ~160 K, and evaporation and ...
  • Edwards, Charles D; Stamenković, Vlada; Boston, Penelope J.; Lynch, Kennda L.;; Rivera-Valentín, Edgard G.; (2020)
    Here we focus on mission concepts, driving science objectives, and technologies that enable access to a major new frontier in planetary science, the Martian subsurface, with a focus on modern subsurface habitability & life.
  • Stamenković, Vlada; Lynch, Kennda L.;; Boston, Penelope J.; Tarnas, Jesse; Rivera-Valentín, Edgard G.; (2020)
    Our unparalleled knowledge regarding Mars’ crust and its geologic evolution, combined with our enhanced understanding of Earth’s deep subsurface biosphere, and sufficient development of technologies required to explore the ...
  • Horgan, Briony; Bishop, Janice L.; Brown, Adrian; Lynch, Kennda L.;; Treiman, Allan H.;; (2020)
    We endorse the MASWG vision for a rejuvenated Mars Exploration Program in the next decade, based on the compelling assertion that “Mars has a uniquely accessible archive of the long-term evolution of a habitable planet.”
  • Méndez, Abel; Rivera-Valentín, Edgard G.;; Schulze-Makuch, Dirk, 1964-; Filiberto, Justin;; Lynch, Kennda L.; (2020-07-14)
    In this white paper, we suggest a mass-energy habitability model as an example of how to adapt and expand the models used by ecologists to the astrobiology field. We propose to implement these models into a NASA Habitability ...

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