Targeting images for the HiRISE camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter using the JMARS software.
For the entry, descent, and landing of NASA's Phoenix lander, the THEMIS camera monitored temperatures and dust in the atmosphere for flight controllers.
Identifying potentially dangerous rocky landing areas for NASA's Phoenix lander using the THEMIS camera.
Using the THEMIS camera to help scientists find a safe and scientifically valuable landing site for NASA's next-generation rover, the Mars Science Laboratory.
Using the TES spectrometer (and later the THEMIS camera) to track dust and temperatures in the atmosphere for flight controllers on numerous NASA Mars missions. These include Mars Polar Lander, Mars Climate Orbiter, Mars Odyssey, the two Mars Exploration Rovers, and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Creating a map-based search tool for images taken by Mars-orbiting spacecraft. These include Viking 1 and 2, the Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) on Mars Global Surveyor, the Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) on Mars Odyssey, the Context Camera (CTX) on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, and the HiRISE Camera on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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