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Chapter News
Radio Free Mars

Radio Free Mars is offering chapters and task forces time on the weekly schedule for audio reports of their local activities, recordings of
talks, presentations, interviews, etc.

Mars Week 2002

The MIT Chapter of the Mars Society New England will host the fourth annual Mars Week. A strong lineup of professional and student speakers will present and there will be a movie night, live space-themed band ZIA, and more.

San Diego
Chapter Spreads The Word

The San Diego Chapter appeared at Comic-Con International Popular Arts Convention and received the Outstanding Volunteer award at the Mars Society Convention for MDRS Mission Support.

Eurohab Visits Chicago

The Chicago Chapter assisted with the construction of the EuroHab at Adler Planetatium and began a program of robotics research and development.

Ohio Springs Into Action

Members 'talk shop' with grade school kids at Loveland School, run a Mars Society table at Astronomy Day, host presentation by NASA Glenn Research Center's Geoffrey Landis, present at MARCON, and more.

Mars Meets Mensa

Former Ohio member Janis Jaunsberg goes solo in Texas. He suggests Mensa is a great place to present about MArs Society. He has also started his solo career on the talk circuit





Why the new name? The Red Planet Satellite Report was an essentially static report based on a monthly reporting date about what had happened at each chapter.

The Red PLanet Report will be a constantly updated Web site that will be emailed out regularly to a subscriber list.

It will focus upon what we are doing in our chapters and Task Forces with an aim of spreading ideas and giving chapters the opportunity to collaborate on ongoing projects.

We also hope to be able to develop a print product.

Please submit word of your current and upcoming events, Whenever possible, please submit photos!

Richard Trombly

Red Planet Report Editor


For questions, comments or suggestions regarding the Red Planet Satellite Report please contact Richard Trombly. The Red Planet Satellite Report is a publication of the Mars Society Chapter's Council, copyright 2001. All Rights Reserved.

General queries should be directed to
Copyright 2001 The Mars Society. All rights reserved.