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First Atmospheric Science Results from the Mars Exploration Rovers Mini-TES
Document ID: 20050148611
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Author: Smith, Michael D.; Wolff, Michael J.; Lemmon, Mark T.; Spanovich, Nicole; Banfield, Don; Budney, Charles J.; Clancy, R. Todd; Ghosh, Amitabha; Landis, Geoffrey A.; Smith, Peter; hide
Abstract: Thermal infrared spectra of the martian atmosphere taken by the Miniature Thermal Emission hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Journal Article
Date Acquired: Apr 12, 2005
Robots and humans: synergy in planetary exploration
Document ID: 20050172400
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Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: How will humans and robots cooperate in future planetary exploration? Are humans and robots hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Journal Article
Date Acquired: Jun 02, 2005
Venus Surface Power and Cooling System Design
Document ID: 20050203989
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Mellott, Kenneth D.
Abstract: A radioisotope power and cooling system is designed to provide electrical power for the a probe hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
Undercut Rocks at the MER Gusev Landing Site
Document ID: 20050203987
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: On January 3 2004, the NASA Spirit rover landed on the plains inside the Gusev Crater in the hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
Teleoperation from Mars Orbit: A proposal for Human Exploration
Document ID: 20050203988
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: For a human expedition to Mars, a case can be made that the best strategy for initial exploration is hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
Robotic Exploration of the Surface and Atmosphere of Venus
Document ID: 20050203799
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Venus, the "greenhouse planet", is a scientifically fascinating place. In many ways it can hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 23, 2005
Water on Mars: Evidence from MER Mission Results
Document ID: 20050203800
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: The Viking and the Mars Exploration Rover missions observed that the surface of Mars is encrusted by hide
Publication Year: 2004
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 23, 2005
Robotic Technology for Exploration of Venus
Document ID: 20050207373
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.
Abstract: Venus, the "greenhouse planet", is a scientifically fascinating place. A huge number of hide
Publication Year: 2003
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Sep 02, 2005
Solar Flight on Mars and Venus
Document ID: 20030000601
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; LaMarre, Christopher; Colozza, Anthony
Abstract: Solar powered aircraft are of interest for exploring both Mars and Venus. The thin atmosphere of hide
Publication Year: 2002
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Dec 27, 2002
Power System for Venus Surface Exploration
Document ID: 20050203986
Author: Landis, Geoffrey A.; Mellott, Kenneth
Abstract: A radioisotope power and cooling system is designed to provide electrical power for a probe hide
Publication Year: 2002
Document Type: Preprint
Date Acquired: Aug 25, 2005
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