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Friday, August 8, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, August 8, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Daily Classifieds

Viking probes will search
for signs of Martian life

(Continued from Page 8)
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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Continued from Page 3)
wide that the chance for a 200th
birthday present on Mars is
somewhat shaky. In any case,
scientists will not risk the suc-
cess of the mission simply so
the soding will coincide with a
holiday.
Viking 2's flight path should
take it to Mars orbit around
August 7, with its Lander sched-
uled for a touchdown about a
month later.
T h e scientific experiments
aboard the Vikings-13 on each
-seem lackluster to the casual
observer, but earth-bound bio-
logists, chemists, astrophysicists.
and others hope one or more of
the investigations will discover
a sign of life-perhaps only a
microbe-and thereby lend sup-
port to the belief that the uni-

verse may be teeming with life.
OF MOST interest, at least
initially, to the common man
will probably be the television
pictures each Orbiter will beam
b a c k to earth. While the
cameras will not, of course, ever
focus on ruins of some long-
dead Martian civilization or a
green-skinned w h a t z i s, the
planet's terrain is hardly de-
void of features.
Beyond the pretty pictures,
however, the Landers' instru-
ments will dig into the Martian
surface for soil samples, then
subject them to three different
types of analysis-any of which
may turn up a particle of life,
The space agency has been
careful to sterlize each Viking
spacecraft in order to avoid
contamination.

'Lady Fingers': New cafe

(Continued from Page7)
chairs and think it's an ice
cream parlor, until they see
the menu," she added, laugh-
ing. "Then sometimes they
stay away. Many people like
the atmosphere, and it's all
good-quality food, instead of
the usual food - chain type
stuff."
o °
thru
Classified

ONE CUSTOMER, a young
man named Harvey, agreed. "I
was just looking for something
light for dinner, so I came in
here. I like it an awful lot-
it gets away from the tradition
of the hamburger." He added,
"I like sitting in a place
where there are lots of win-
doae so I canrwatch the peo-
ple going by."
Harvey expressed his disap-
pointment with the fact that
Lady Fingers closes so early,
and also that they stop serv-
ing sandwiches at 5:00 p.m.
"I thought it would be a good
place to have something to eat
later on in the night," he said.
Other customers complained
that the cafe is a little noisy
because of a string of bells that
rings every time that some-
one comes in, which they claim
interrupts conversation.
"But the cheese was good
and the plants are terrific,"
added one customer - critic.

Other experiments will take
a look at the weather on Mars,
measuring temperatures, pres-
sure, wind speed and direction
(the first direct meterological
investigations on a n o t h e r
planet); check for Marsquakes;
measure the planet's gravita-
tional field; look for water; and,
generally, try to piece together
the history of the planet through
its present characteristics.
THE VIKING program is dif-
ficult. The USSR has tried at
least three times to land on
Mars; all attempts failed. Foul
weather (Mars experiences oc-
casional dust storms) could
damage some of the probes'
scientific instruments.
The search for life on Mars is
also very expensive. Viking car-
ries a price tag of nearly $1
billion, enough to finance two
manned missions to the moon
or four missions similar to the
recent Apollo-Soyuz Test Pro-
ject. But, as astronomer Carl
Sagan writes in the journal
"Sky and Telescope": "If it
works, it promises to revolu-
tionize the planetary sciences
in general and the study of Mars
in particular."
And Viking, in faict, is only
among the first stages of a am-
bitious unmanned planetary pro-
gram the United States and the
Soviet Union are both actively
pursuing. Beyond the Viking
program lie more missions to
Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter
and flybys o v e r the outer
planets.
In planetary space explora-
tion, this is the year 1491.
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