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  • Dr. Nicholas Heavens interviewed by the BBC

    Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0528rcz

    On 17 February 2015, Dr. Nicholas Heavens, Research Assistant Professor of Planetary Science, was interviewed on BBC Radio 5’s Up All Night program about a recent discovery of mysterious Martian clouds made by Spanish-led team of professional and amateur astronomers. An archived recording of the interview will be available on the BBC’s web site until March 18. Dr. Heavens’s interview starts about 24:55.