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Re: exopaleontology




From: "Richard W. Travsky" <rtravsky@uwyo.edu>

> I swear I just recently
> read something about
> possible/potential fossil
> sites on Mars...  can't
> find it now, darn it...


Rather off-topic, but I would like to remind any Mars-o-philes on the List that 
the new U.S.G.S. Geologic Atlas of Mars is out, and it can be downloaded for 
free at:

http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/3096/sim3096_map.pdf

It's a big-`un, at nearly 14 megabytes, but its well worth the download time 
(considering that the map is free).  Spectacular.

Your U.S. NASA / European ESA tax dollars at work......

<pb>




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