Space Imagery Center
The Space Imagery Center at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, is a research collection of NASA planetary photography, cartographic products, and technical documentation. Established in 1977, the Center is one of 17 NASA Regional Planetary Image Facilities around the world. These facilities collect and disseminate planetary mission data to local scientists, students, educators and the media. The Center is staffed by a Data Manager who can assist in selecting images.
The Center is located in Kuiper Space Sciences room 450 and is open Monday–Friday from 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
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Learn about the founding of the Space Imagery Center at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.
The Space Imagery Center houses a wide variety of images, videos, and data sets in its collection.
The Surveyor program was an unmanned NASA mission to the moon, which sent seven spacecraft missions to the moon.