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Title: Students Find Cave On Mars Audio Clips
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Using the camera on NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter, seventh graders at Evergreen Middle School in Cottonwood, Calif. found an apparent cave on Mars. features/kids find cave. Cut 1 - dennis mitchell, science teacher at evergreen middle school, explains how students reacted to this unexpected discovery.
The final report was published in mid 2004
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The formation and development of caves is known as speleogenesis. These may involve a combination of chemical processes, erosion from water, tectonic forces, microorganisms, pressure, and atmospheric influences. It is estimated that the maximum depth of a cave cannot be more than 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) due to the pressure of overlying rocks.
The Mars StudentImaging Program is certainly one of the greatest educational programs everdeveloped," Mitchell said. This has been a wonderful experience. Gallery - Latest Mars Photos From Spirit and Opportunity. Top 10 Strangest Things in Space. Image Gallery: A Tour of Mars.
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|1||Cut 1 - Dennis Mitchell, Science Teacher At Evergreen Middle School, Explains How Students Reacted To This Unexpected Discovery.
Voice – Dennis Mitchell
|2||Cut 2 - Kody Rulofson, A 13-Year Old Student In Dennis Mitchell's Science Class, Says The Experience Made Science Come Alive.
Voice – Kody Rulofson
|3||Cut 3 - Chase Rulofson, A Student In Dennis Mitchell's Science Class (And Twin Brother Of Kody Rulofson), Describes How His Friends And Family Reacted To The Discovery.
Voice – Chase Rulofson
|4||Cut 4 - Doni Rulofson, Mother Of Students Kody And Chase Rulofson, Says Her Boys Are Inspired By The Experience.
Voice – Doni Rulofson
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