HiRISE Observations of Seasonal Processes on Mars

Abstract

The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) on board NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has been returning data for 3 Martian years. These data show that Mars is more dynamic than previously believed. In particular, the high-resolution images (down to 25 cm/px) have given us new insight into seasonal processes. When combined with the observations of the CRISM imagingspectrometer, we begin to obtain a rather detailed picture of how phenomena develop over time.

Publication
European Planetary Science Congress 2012
Michael Aye
Michael Aye
Research Scientist in Planetary Science

My research interests include remote sensing of surfaces, related machine learning studies and open source software.

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