Panel on Search for Life in the Solar System to be Held at Mars Society Convention

Every week, more and more news stories appear about the possibility of discovering extra-terrestrial life beyond the Earth. Scientists around the world are focusing (primarily) on the planet Mars, the clouds of Venus and a handful of the moons orbiting the Jovian planets as possible homes for life.  

As part of its 23rd Annual International Mars Society Convention (to be held virtually this year), the Mars Society has organized a special panel discussion on the search for life in our solar system, set for Friday, October 16th (7:30-8:30 pm PST).

Participants will include:

Those interested in submitting questions for the panel discussion can email nicolew@marssociety.org.

This year’s virtual Mars Society conference will be free of charge (although donations are welcome). For full details, including how to register online, please click here. The convention’s full program itinerary is available on the Mars Society web site.