How were new craters on Mars discovered?

Wednesday 16th Nov 2022, 12.30pm

When a space rock smashes into the surface of a planet, a hole – or crater – is formed. New craters might be relatively straightforward to identify on Earth, but what about on other planets, such as Mars? In this episode we hear from Dr Ben Fernando, a researcher from Oxford’s Department of Physics and a scientist on NASA’s InSight mission, about the techniques used to discover new craters on the Red Planet.

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