Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has studied the Red Planet's atmosphere and terrain from orbit since 2006 and also serves as a key data relay station for other Mars missions, including the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
Equipped with a powerful camera called HiRISE that has aided in a number of discoveries, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has sent back thousands of stunning images of the Martian surface that are helping scientists learn more about Mars, including the history of water flows on or near the planet's surface.
Associate Professor, University Distinguished ScholarEarth, Lunar Studies, Planetary Analogs, Planetary Geophysics, Planetary Surfaces, Titan & Outer Solar System
Research ProfessorAstrobiology, Planetary Analogs, Planetary Surfaces
Principal Science Operations Engineer, HiRISE
Staff Technician, Senior, HiRISE
Science Operations Engineer, HiRISEEarth, Planetary Surfaces
Mission Implementation Systems Engineer, OSIRIS-REx