If There’s Life on Europa, Robots Like These Will Find It

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  • Vickie Siegel (far right), Bill Stone and the rest of the SIMPLE team maneuver the underwater autonomous vehicle ARTEMIS during one of its launches. The Sub-ice Investigation of Marine and Planetary-analog Ecosystems (SIMPLE) project is funded by NASA, an Vickie Siegel (far right), Bill Stone and the rest of the SIMPLE team maneuver the underwater autonomous vehicle ARTEMIS during one of its launches. The Sub-ice Investigation of Marine and Planetary-analog Ecosystems (SIMPLE) project is funded by NASA, an
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Astrobiologist Britney Schmidt, assistant professor in the School of Atmospheric Sciences, is the principal investigator of NASA's SIMPLE project. The project seeks to test a variety of robot platforms to find those most suitable for exploring Europa's oceans in the future. 

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College of Sciences

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Life Sciences and Biology
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Britney Schmidt, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences, NASA, Antarctica
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  • Created By: Matt Barr
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Sep 30, 2016 - 9:49am
  • Last Updated: Sep 30, 2016 - 1:55pm