First active fault zone found on Mars
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December 28, 20196 min read1239 words
Published: December 28, 2019  |  6 min read1239 words
Millions of miles away, a robot geologist stands alone on the dusty surface of Mars, listening for faint seismic echoes in the ground below. Its finger on the red planet’s pulse is sensitive enough to pick up the whoosh of wind, the drone of dust devils, the creak of tectonic cra...
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December 28, 2019
Science writing is not only a craft but an art as well. The author of this fascinating piece about an equally fascinating subject shows what an excellent writer as communicator can do. Firstly, the sourcing is outstanding with the quotes and commentary coming from not only those connected with the referenced endeavor but also those outside of it. Scientists commenting on the work of other scientists always makes for interesting reading. The links provided are not only helpful and provide relevant context they also make for interesting reading. A decidedly worthwhile read and one of the best examples of science journalism I have ever read. Five stars!
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