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From science fiction and toys to invasion of Mars movies, we'll take a look at how martians have inspired our imaginations. On Mars, would a Frisbee “fris”? Would a boom box “boom”? Exploratorium scientist Paul Doherty demonstrates how Mars’s gravity would affect our toys and gadgets. With Special Guest Dr. Robert Full!
Witness robots that scurry, cockroach-like, over walls and other obstacles. Get a sneak peek behind UC Berkeley’s Poly-PEDAL Lab, a hotbed of Bay Area robotics innovation.
We'll check in with scientists at JPL and find out what unexpected discoveries they've made in the first two weeks of observation. We'll check in with scientists at JPL and find out what unexpected discoveries they've made in the first two weeks of observation. Explore how Mars has been perceived from antiquity to Galileo to the present. Dr. Paul Doherty “discovered” Martian snowflakes by creating them in the lab. Join him as he discusses ice on Mars and its possible manifestations in astronomical phenomena.
Explore the myths and misconceptions about Mars, from little green men to Orson Welles’s infamous "War of the Worlds" broadcast.
Dr. Keith Noll of the Hubble Heritage Project and the Exploratorium's Ron Hipschman explain how MERs’ images are sent back to Earth.
How old would you be on Mars? Learn how time passes on Mars by exploring its calendar and seasons.