Mark Lemmon Home: Mars atmosphere, Mars images, etc.
I have had the privilege of being involved in several planetary exploration
missions. This page collects resources relating to those missions, especially
to those involving Mars exploration. My involvement has been centered around
atmospheric science, especially the Martian atmosphere and its dust cycle. I
have worked with several cameras, so this page collects many specialized pages
showing Mars images.
- Mars images from the
Phoenix lander's Surface Stereo Imager (SSI)
- Dust devils seen
in Mars Exploration Rover images
- The relatively obscure Imager for Mars Pathfinder insurance pan
of color images from MER and Phoenix
Titan surface and atmosphere
- Titan is Saturn's
smoggy moon, currently being investigated by the Cassini mission.
- Titan's surface was originally
mapped by a Hubble Space Telescope project.
"My" planetary missions
Mark T. Lemmon, Senior Research Scientist, Space Science Institute,
College Station, TX 77845