The Ocean Worlds Life Surveyor (OWLS) is an integrated, portable, and autonomous life-detection instrument suite designed to identify and characterize life on ocean worlds. It's the first to explore a wide range of size scales - from single molecules to microscopic organisms - in a water sample. In this talk, we'll discuss why autonomy is important for this and future missions.
Join Research Data Scientist Mark Wronkiewicz for a live Q&A.
Learn more about OWLS: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/go/owls