CPSX Space Camp 2016
CPSX planetary scientist heads back to Mars: Example of a fully-simulated CaSSIS image. Image Credits: Dr. Livio L. Tornabene and WesternU-CPSX/ASC-CSA/ESA/UNIBE/JHU-APL/UofA/MSSS/NASA/JPL
Check out the release of Western Worlds' new episode 514.
New interdisciplinary scholarship for graduate and undergraduate students
CPSX's Dr. Livio Tornabene heads back to Mars with the launch of the Colour and Surface Stereo Imagining System (CaSSIS) part of ExoMars.
Matt Taylor talks to Western Worlds about Comet 67P and managing ESA's comet chasing space mission, Rosetta! Listen to the show!
Space Camp is one week space-themed science & technology summer camp for children from 9 to 14 years of age (Grade 4 to Grade 8).
If your child is interested in extraterrestrial life, robotics, astronomy and methods of exploring, this camp is a perfect outlet for their curiosity and creativity.
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Anologue mission to Barringer Crater in ArizonaCassandra Marion, 2011
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