Ken Kremer

About the Author Ken Kremer

Dr. Ken Kremer is a speaker, freelance science journalist, scientist and photographer (Princeton, NJ) whose articles and space exploration images have appeared on TV, magazines, books and on websites. Ken has presented at numerous educational institutions, civic & religious organizations, museums, conventions and astronomy clubs. Ken lectures on both Human and Robotic spaceflight. Ken has a PhD in Organic Chemistry and over 25 years of Research & Development and Manufacturing experience in the US, Europe & South America. Ken has written over 600 articles. He has 3 dozen scientific publications including 17 US Patents. He has witnessed about 3 dozen Space Shuttle & rocket launches. Ken has been a science & space consultant to NASA, JPL and various news organizations across the US, Europe and Asia.

Mars

Curiosity discovers a habitable environment for life on Mars

As NASA’s Curiosity rover begins her eighth month exploring the Red Planet since the nail-biting touchdown inside Gale Crater on Aug. 5, 2012, she has made the most amazing finding thus far. After analyzing the first powder ever drilled from the interior of a Martian rock, Curiosity discovered key chemical ingredients necessary for life to have thrived on early Mars billions of years ago.

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Mars

The little rover that could: Opportunity still making discoveries

Today, Opportunity celebrates a truly unfathomable achievement, entering Year 10 on Mars since she rolled to a bumpy stop on January 24, 2004. Now she’s at a super sweet spot for science loaded with clays and veined minerals and making the most remarkable findings yet about the planets watery past – building upon a long string of unthinkable discoveries due to her totally unforeseen longevity.

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