Curtin’s planetary scientists will contribute to remote operations on the Moon and Mars as part of an exciting new Australian space consortium.
By Anita Shore | Research; Research Featured; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
Building a celestial city on the rocky red planet is a mind-boggling concept. But this off-world urban challenge has been embraced by Curtin urban planning graduate, Cassie Barrow.
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It’s only a matter of time before we see humans living on Mars, but who’s going to design what’s needed up there?
By Zoe Taylor | Arts and culture; Campus and community; Research; The arts and creative industries | 1 comment
Josh Richards is a Curtin physics graduate who is prepared to give up his life on Earth for the chance to live on Mars and push the boundaries of human discovery.
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
NASA has set an ambitious plan to place humans on Mars in the 2030s. But can they actually do it? We spoke to NASA engineer Dr Ravi Margasahayam to find out what reaching Mars could mean for humanity.
By Nikky Lee | Campus and community; Feature; Future students; General; Engineering and mining; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Research on a Martian meteorite has revealed clues on the evolution of the earliest crust and atmosphere of Mars, in a report published this week in the journal Nature.
By Megan Meates | Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Engineering and mining; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics