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Danna Jaimes - Geochemical characteristics of the early Martian Atmosphere
This webinar is part of our webinar series Astrobiology Goes to Schools in India. The lecture (15-18 yo) will be open to all, but the RSVP option is currently restricted to Indian schools who registered for our event. Thank you for your understanding and looking forward to your participation!
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About the event
Lecture for 15-18 yo
Geochemical characteristics of the early Martian Atmosphere
The geological characteristics of planetary bodies are constantly changing. Understanding the dynamics that dominate these changes should be a fundamental axis of astrobiology, since it will help us to understand the conditions that allowed the origin of life and also to propose possible future scenarios for life. In this case, we will inquire about the changes in the atmosphere of Mars, the clues that we have and the questions that remain unanswered. Finally, we will understand the relevance of those conditions in the possibilities of life on Early Mars.
About the speaker
Danna is a geology undergraduate student at the Industrial University of Santander, in Colombia. She currently gets a position as a Visiting Scholar at the Blue Marble Space Institute where she is developing a project on planetary geochemistry. She is an active member of the Halley UIS group, coordinator of the MoEP Colombia astrobiology chapter, and astrobiology Spanish instructor at Art of Inquiry.