Repurposed U.S. Military Sensor May Seek Mars Biosignatures

Credit: Mars: NASA
HOUSTON—A two-decade-old remote sensing technology used by the U.S. military to detect harmful airborne pathogens and toxins may find new life seeking organic biosignatures in the atmosphere and on the surface of Mars and other planetary science destinations. Branimir Blagojevic, a technologist at...

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