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University Of Texas - Webcast On Mars Exploration Rover

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Posted by Anna Laura Sherrard on October 6, 2005 20:41:40 UTC

A member of the NASA Mars Exploration Rover Mission Team, Dr. John
Grotzinger from the California Institute of Technology, is giving a
lecture on "The 2004 Mars Exploration Rover Mission: Evidence for Water
and Prospects for Life" on Thursday, October 13, 2005.

We would like to invite members of your organization and/or visitors of
your website to view our Live Webcast of the lecture, October 13, 2005
at 7 pm CST. If possible, you can post a link to this event on your
website or forward the information to your members who may be very
interested in this lecture. Our webcasts are very high quality, and
viewers can submit questions to the speaker through our website. The
webcasting software we use requires viewers to download a small plugin,
but it is very simple and quick to install.

A link to the details of the lecture and the webcast could be found at:

A suitable website link could read "The 2004 Mars Exploration Rover
Mission: Live Webcast on Oct. 13 at 7 PM CST".

Please let me know if you will consider sending this information to your
members and/or posting this information on your website. Thank you!

Anna Laura Sherrard

Environmental Science Institute
The University of Texas at Austin

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