#164 - A Natural History of The Red Planet: A Dialogue with Simon Morden
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Simon Morden about the natural history of Mars. They talk about the current data concerning Mars, origins of the universe and how Mars formed. They talk about the importance of the great dichotomy, features of Mars during the pre-Noachian period, and the 2 moons of Mars. They discuss the Noachian period and how water was on Mars. They talk about the change of climate and atmosphere in the Hesperian period, rust and how Mars became red, the Amazonian period, the difficulty of getting humans to Mars and many more topics.
Simon Morden is a scientist and author. He has a bachelor’s in Geology and his PhD in Geophysics. He has spent much of his career writing science-fiction novels and has written over 10 novels and novellas. He has won the Philip K. Dick Award and been a judge for the Arthur C. Clarke Awards. He has returned to writing about the sciences with his latest book, The Red Planet: A Natural History of Mars. You can find him at his website. Twitter: @comrademorden
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