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Prof. Ralf Jaumann is a professor at the Free University of Berlin and has served until 2019 as deputy director of the DLR Institute of Planetary Research. He is principal investigator of the HRSC on the mission.
Ralf Jaumann is a highly cited expert in Mars and lunar science. In addition to his work for MEX, he has built and scientifically used cameras for DAWN and Mascot on Hayabusa2. He has been a Co-I or science team member on Cassini, Rosetta, Venus Express, and InSight.
This Seminar was recorded on August 20, 2020
The International Space Science Institute is proud to announce its first online Seminar series in its history.
While ISSI’s mission is to provide the international Space Science Community with a forum for meeting and discussion in an informal and productive atmosphere here in Bern and document the result in the literature, the Corona crisis has accelerated earlier plans for online tools that may supplement our core in person meeting program.
ISSI hopes that this series will help to bridge the Corona gap in scientific communication and may be continued even after the crisis will be over.
Wonder how mars will fare going through these dead supernova remains like earth is. Iron-60
Here, we report on the detection of a continuous interstellar 60Fe influx on Earth over the past ∼33,000 y. This time period coincides with passage of our SS through such interstellar clouds, which have a significantly larger particle density compared to the local average interstellar medium embedding our SS for the past few million years.
The low number of 19 detected atoms indicates a continued but low influx of interstellar 60Fe.
That type of iron isn't found on earth naturally, or Mars. I'm willing to bet on it.