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From Points of Light to Worlds: UA Explores the Solar System
Planetary Materials are those pieces of condensed matter that were leftover from the time that our solar system formed over...
At LPL, we use planetary geophysics to study the interior structure and dynamics of solid planetary bodies. Geophysical data provides...
Lunar research was one of the hallmarks of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory in its first decade (the 1960s) as...
Astrobiology is a vibrant field that focuses on the study of the origins, distribution and evolution of life in the...
LPL is home to the OSIRIS-REx mission. OSIRIS-Rex arrived at asteroid Bennu in 2018; it has begun to survey and map Bennu, navigating in close proximity to the asteroid, and will ultimately touch the surface for five seconds to gather a sample of the asteroid.
HiRISE, the high resolution imaging science experiment onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, is the most powerful camera ever sent to another planet.
The goal of the Juno spacecraft, which successfully entered the orbit of Jupiter on July 4, 2016, is to reveal the story of Jupiter's formation and evolution.
Europa Clipper will perform repeated flybys of Jupiter’s moon and use a suite of instruments to investigate whether habitable environments could exist.
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