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Departments and support units

The answer to questions about life and its origin come from the combined efforts of many disciplines

Research areas

The science developed in the CAB is channeled through interdepartmental research lines

Team

Research staff, technicians, engineers, department heads, heads of research lines

Astrobiología

The search for answers about life and its origin as a fundamental objective

CAB

A collaborating center in the different scientific disciplines with the common goal of Astrobiology

REMS and the global dust storm on Mars

Since the end of May, a global dust storm on Mars has affected the entire planet, including Gale crater where the NASA’s Curiosity rover is located. Onboard is the Rover Environmental Monitoring Station (REMS), developed at the spanish Centro de Astrobiología (CISC-INTA), which continues to send data on the environmental conditions of the planet during the storm.

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