Red Planet Live Podcast to Welcome Astrobiologist Graham Lau on Jan. 18th

Astrobiologist & science communicator Dr. Graham Lau will appear on Red Planet Live, the Mars Society’s monthly video podcast hosted by Ron Craig, this Tuesday, January 18th (6:00 pm PT / 9:00 pm ET) to answer all your questions about the ongoing search for life in our solar system. 

With the latest research, scientists view not just the planet Mars as a possible abode for life, but also Venus, where biosignatures may have been detected in the planet’s atmosphere, and on Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, and Jupiter’s moon Europa, both likely possessing sub-surface oceans.

So there’s plenty to discuss with Dr. Graham in the hour-long live broadcast. Questions from our virtual audience will be welcomed.

Known online as “The Cosmobiologist”, Dr. Graham is a research scientist with the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science, director of communications & marketing for Blue Marble Space, host of the show “Ask an Astrobiologist”, sponsored by the NASA Astrobiology Program and SAGANet, and director of logistics for the Mars Society’s University Rover Challenge.

Watch Red Planet Live on Tuesday evening via the Mars Society’s YouTube page, as well as on its Linkedin page, Facebook page, and Twitter feed.