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"going to" ???
That boat has already sailed, some time in the past year.
I was in college at CWRU when Viking was launched, and still there when it landed. After launch and during transit, the engineering teams are pretty much on hiatus, so some go on the talk circuit. I went to see one of the Viking engineers came to the Wade Museum at the CWRU campus to give a talk on the design and engineering of the lander.
Later, after Viking had had its first peeks at Mars, Carl Sagan went on tour with the findings. I went and saw the presentation on campus at the Amasa Stone Chapel.
More recently, after Spirit and Opportunity had given their first batch of results, one of the scientists was touring a book (at least partly a picture book) of the results, and came to the UVM campus. Saw that, too.
They're already out there, but the Magratheans aren't selling them.
May all your PUSHes be POPped.