BSc, MSc, MAIMM, MIMM, FGS
About the Author:
Harry Mason, BSc, MSc, MAIMM, MIMM, FGS, is a UK-born geologist/geophysicist, resident in Perth, Western Australia. His 30-year career in mineral exploration has had him stationed all over the world, including Alaska, India, Norway, Mexico, Morocco, Sudan and UK.
He has extensive field experience in geo-recce, geological mapping, geophysics/geochemistry, prospecting, remote-sensing/computer imaging technologies, and seismic and electromagnetic studies. He specialises in the geology and resource exploration of WA's Eastern Goldfields. Lately he has been devoting his private time and expertise to researching mysterious Australian outback phenomena of possibly natural and/or man-made origins.
To contact Mr. Mason:
1313 Armstrong Road Jarrahdale WA 6203, Australia
Phone: +61 (0)8 9525 5999 Fax: +61 (0)8 9525 5944
Bright Skies was initially published in NEXUS Magazine as a five-part series. Mr. Mason's investigations into the intriguing and mysterious "fireball" events in Australia have by no means ended with the conclusion of his series in NEXUS. Rather than being rare anomalous phenomena, these events seem to have increased in number and frequency in recent years. They have been reported with increasing frequency around the world.
With permission of the author, you will find on these pages the complete, unabridged five-part series (the original NEXUS articles were edited for space considerations in the magazine).
Additionally, Mr. Mason has written a sixth part to this series, which is also included on this site. Future Bright Skies installments will be added as they are released. Thank you, Mr. Mason, for agreeing to share this information with all of us! ~~~IRAAP Webmaster
WATER ON MARS
MAINSTREAM MARTIAN WATER & GEOLOGICAL DATA
08 Nov 2000
The following web search compilation of mainstream science paper articles and abstracts on Mars Water is from a variety of sources with most URL's attached - or listed at the bottom of the message. I strongly urge interested Skywatchers to visit the Marlin URL's and view the images discussed in the first paper - re the Mars Ocean Hypothesis.
Regards, Harry Mason