Tutor: Craig Underwood BSc (Hons) PGCE PhD FBIS MIEEE
Exploration of the outer solar system has revealed a plethora of icy-rocky bodies – small worlds in their own right. In this session, we will examine their nature and what we have learned of their history. Intriguingly, some may have conditions amenable to life – could there be life out there in the cold darkness? What are the plans to find out?
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