Welcome to Mars Society
we are a charitable trust that supports
education about Mars with focus on
Astrobiology. We are part of the
New Zealand Astrobiology Network
How big are our dreams?
“Do the math. Solve the problem.” – Mark Watney
Featuring Mars projects across New Zealand and international collaborations
#Curiosity leads us! Let's follow!
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Updates from the New Zealand Astrobiology Network & Milky Way Kiwi
- New Zealand Astrobiology Network in collaboration with Mars Society New Zealand, Mars Society Australia and the University of Canterbury (UC) have selected a student to be part of Crew 215 of the Mars Desert Research Station simulation.
- Dr Angélica Anglés attended the Astrobiology Australasia Meeting 2018 in June 2018 and also the Synergies in Space Mission to Mars in September 2018. Angélica Anglés completed her BEng at the University of Gävle (Sweden) and University of Valencia (Spain). She completed 3 […]
- This week, the European Space Agency announced that radar data collected by ESA’s Mars Express point to a pond of liquid water buried under layers of ice and dust in the south polar region of Mars. There is a long way between finding […]
- Mitch Schulte is a Program Scientist with the Mars Exploration Program in the Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. As a Program Scientist, Mitch is responsible for and manages the science content of a number of NASA's Mars missions. He has visited New […]
- Professor Kathy Campbell of University of Auckland and Chair of the Board of trustees for the New Zealand Astrobiology Network was invited to the 2nd International Mars Sample Return Conference in Berlin, April 2018, where she presented on the value of returning samples […]
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