April 15, 2015 - 7:00pm

No Denying Climate Change on Mars

Roger J. Phillips, Institute Scientist, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder CO; Director Emeritus, McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences and Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis
Whitaker Hall, Room 100

Once upon a time, Mars was awash in surface water: river systems, lakes, and maybe even oceans.

Welcome from the Director

Greetings! I warmly welcome you to the new website for the McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences. Here you will find information regarding the research being carried out by the scientists of the Center in areas ranging from the search for water on Mars, exploration of outer planets, to the study of energetic X-ray and gamma-rays emanating from quasars and super massive black holes, gravitational waves and of dark matter in the Universe. You will find links to individual scientists or scientist groups that provide move extensive coverage of specific topics. We are dedicated to bringing innovative thinkers from different fields together for the purpose of producing new and groundbreaking ideas, and we welcome you to participate in the exciting research. ...Read more