It's 5 o'clock somewhere on Mars!

No human has ever set foot on Mars, but scientists have been working there for years. A day on the Red Planet is about 40 minutes longer than here on Earth, which wreaks havoc on your workweek. Hosts Emily, Matt, and Nick will explore how scientists have adapted to the challenge of working on “Mars Time.” In this episode, find out what it takes to be a professional Martian without ever leaving your home planet.

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What time is it on Mars? This watch helped Museum scientist John Grant stay on Mars Time while working on the Mars Curiosity mission. 

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