The HiTranslate Project
The HiRISE HiTranslate project uses volunteers from across the globe totranslate captions describing the high-resolution images taken by the HiRISE Mars camera.
By translating the image captions into their native languages, volunteers make HiRISE discoveries accessible to non-English speaking space enthusiasts.
Due to the response, HiRISE now has three separate language sections: Spanish, Italian, and Greek.
You can read more about the project here.
Donald M. Hunten, 1925-2010
Recent PTYS/LPL Graduates
Jonathan Lunine on departing LPL
HiWish named top ten by NASA Tech Briefs
Sarah Hörst's Titan
Ewen Whitaker to receive honorary doctorate
2011 Outstanding Staff Awards
UA Student to Present Mars Finding at Nation's Capitol
LPL Fieldtrip Spring 2011
Ilaria Pascucci, new PTYS/LPL faculty member
Professor Tom Gehrels: 50 years at the UA
Women in Planetary Science: Renu Malhotra
2011 Kuiper Award to Sarah Hörst
2011 College of Science Graduate Student Awards
Fall 2010 GTA Excellence Award
2011 Galileo Circle Scholarships
Dykhuis awarded NSF GRFP
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PTYS/LPL alumnus, Steven Pearce
Congratulations to Jade Bond and Jason Carter!
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