Mars 2020 mission: Students survey rover landing sites

Cornell Chronicle

Meeting weekly this semester for the Astronomy 6500 seminar, Cornell undergraduate and graduate students are conducting research – with six other universities – to help NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory determine a rover landing site for the Mars 2020 mission.

The course is a hybrid experiment that combines research with discussion among schools via teleconferences and electronic conversation by way of Google Groups.

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