They talk about ... Extraterrestrial life. With Javier Gómez-Elvira


XLSemanal. What is the CAB milestone you are most proud of in its 13-year history?

J.G.E.
The REMS, the meteorological station that is working right now in
the surface of Mars in the Curiosity rover. We started working on it
in 2004 and was launched last year. It is an instrument practically
Spanish in its entirety, which has an important role in such a mission
emblematic.

XL. What results have you achieved so far?

J.G.E.
We have the data of the first hundred soles, which are not the most
significant because they are the start-up. You are analyzing the
evolution of the seasons and it has just passed its first storm of
important dust. We have captured typical conglomerates of the courses of
water, which is interesting.


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