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#1 2012-01-05 03:58:51

JonClarke
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From: Canberra, Australia
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Steve Hobbs Mars and Space Art

Mars Society Australia member Steve Hobbs is a noted photographer and space artist whose work has been used by NASA, the National Geographic Channel, Science Magazine, Design Graphics and The New Sky & Space Magazine.  He is currently studying for a PhD on the topic of Mars gullies and their terrestrial analogues, and has published papers on the Pathfinder landing site and Gale Crater.

Steve's copyrighted artwork (including Mars art) may be viewed at http://www.stevenhobbsphoto.com.au/ and is available for purchase in poster form. Proceeds from art sales will be used to fund a small rover development project.

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#2 2012-08-21 11:37:35

RGClark
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Re: Steve Hobbs Mars and Space Art

JonClarke wrote:

Mars Society Australia member Steve Hobbs is a noted photographer and space artist whose work has been used by NASA, the National Geographic Channel, Science Magazine, Design Graphics and The New Sky & Space Magazine.  He is currently studying for a PhD on the topic of Mars gullies and their terrestrial analogues, and has published papers on the Pathfinder landing site and Gale Crater.
Steve's copyrighted artwork (including Mars art) may be viewed at http://www.stevenhobbsphoto.com.au/ and is available for purchase in poster form. Proceeds from art sales will be used to fund a small rover development project.

Thanks for that. Great art work. I found one of Hobb's Lunar and Planetary Science conference abstracts by searching on the LPI abstract search page:

WHAT LAKE GEORGE CAN TELL US ABOUT MARTIAN GULLIES. 
S. W. Hobbs, D. Paull and J. D. A. Clark
43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012)
http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2012/pdf/1101.pdf

Btw, I saw you are a co-author on this. There was an idea I wanted to work on about the gullies that I never got around to writing up. Perhaps we can collaborate on it. I'll post about it in the next few days on the forum.


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