Planetary scientist Angélica Anglés takes samples in the Qaidam Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. One of the most extreme environments on Earth, the remote area’s land forms are similar to Mars’. Planetary scientist Angélica Anglés takes samples in the Qaidam Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. One of the most extreme environments on Earth, the remote area’s land forms are similar to Mars’.
Planetary scientist Angélica Anglés takes samples in the Qaidam Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. One of the most extreme environments on Earth, the remote area’s land forms are similar to Mars’.

International Women’s Day: how scientist Angélica Anglés’ mission to find life on Mars is inspiring young women to reach for the stars

  • Angélica Anglés’ passion for planets started as a young girl growing up in the Spanish city of Valencia, stargazing with her grandfather
  • Now based in Hong Kong, the planetary scientist, astrobiologist and astrophysicist is encouraging more schoolgirls to take STEM subjects

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Planetary scientist Angélica Anglés takes samples in the Qaidam Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. One of the most extreme environments on Earth, the remote area’s land forms are similar to Mars’. Planetary scientist Angélica Anglés takes samples in the Qaidam Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. One of the most extreme environments on Earth, the remote area’s land forms are similar to Mars’.
Planetary scientist Angélica Anglés takes samples in the Qaidam Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. One of the most extreme environments on Earth, the remote area’s land forms are similar to Mars’.
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