From Yorkshire to life on Mars

A potash mine in the north of England is at the forefront of a research project involving a robotic mission to Mars. Peter Edwards explains how instrument tests at Boulby will help look for lifeforms in space

by Peter Edwards
Edwards (left) with the Raman spectrometer. Photograph: University of Leicester
Edwards (left) with the Raman spectrometer. Photograph: University of Leicester

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