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Karin Hauck
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"Magnetic Mars" Engages Lay Audiences in Science

darkened room in a museum with a large lighted sphere in the centerVisitors to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry can check out the Invisible Mars Science on a Sphere exhibit, part of an effort by the MAVEN team to bring Mars research to the general public. (Image credit: OMSI)
The MAVEN communications and outreach team has developed a variety of resources to intrigue the public with the discoveries from its Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission, including four tips for communicating that science.

An article describing these resources published today (Nov. 30, 2018) in the American Geophysical Union (AGU) journal EOS (Earth and Space Science News). Read the full article, "Magnetic Mars Engages Lay Audiences in Science," here: (Image credits: OMSI, NASA/GSFC)

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