Studying the geology and mineralogy of Mars and the processes that change its surface.
Learning about the dynamic processes at work in the Martian atmosphere.
Designing and developing remote sensing instruments to explore planetary bodies, including Earth.
Assembling and calibrating scientific data sets that cover Mars globally.
Creating map-based tools for easy access to Mars data for past and present missions.
Using remote sensing for solutions that link urban areas and science: The 100 Cities Project.
Developing a laboratory for infrared spectroscopy to study rock samples, including meteorites from Mars and the Moon.
Building an infrared spectral library for mineralogical analysis using remote sensing.
Creating software for analyzing instrument data from planetary missions.
Developing mosaic-making software tools such as Map Cutter, which lets users extract areas of interest from any set of global Mars data maps.
Helping undergraduate and graduate students in planetary science and aerospace engineering through the NASA Arizona State University Space Grant Program.
Developing Google Mars to bring the whole Red Planet to a web browser near you.
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