Come visit us at LPSC. A booth and a showcase

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Come to the JMARS Showcase! See Scientists demo how they use JMARS. Noon Wednesday, March 22 , Indian Springs


Summary Below:

JMARS Showcase — Wednesday, 12:00 to 1:15 PM, Indian Springs The Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing (JMARS) team will present a series of short presentations on how specific science — including landing site analysis — can be done on planets, moons, and small bodies. The goal of these presentations will be to showcase how to use JMARS to discover available datasets, filter them to refine relevance, and fuse them with one another in order to evaluate research hypotheses and produce publication-quality results. JMARS is a free, open-source, Java-based geospatial information system developed by the Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University. It is currently used for search and analysis of scientific data collected for multiple bodies (Mars, Earth, Moon, Vesta, Ceres, and many more) across various planetary missions.