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Explore! Mars Inside and Out! - Presentations
EXPLORE! MARS INSIDE AND OUT

Presentations

The presentations on this page are those made by NASA scientists at the Explore training workshops. They are intended to provide background information for program providers, and not to be used directly in youth programs. Be sure to explore the notes sections for additional information and image credits. These external resources are not necessarily 508 compliant.

Next Stop: Mars (2 MB PowerPoint)
Drs. Walter Kiefer and Stephanie Shipp, The Lunar and Planetary Institute

Mars: Shaping the Surface
Dr. Tomasz Stepinski, The Lunar and Planetary Institute

Inside Mars
Dr. Walter Kiefer, The Lunar and Planetary Institute

Exploring Mars (15 MB PowerPoint)
Drs. Walter Kiefer and Stephanie Shipp, The Lunar and Planetary Institute

Current and Future Exploration of Mars (19 MB PowerPoint)
Dr. Walter Kiefer, The Lunar and Planetary Institute

Exploring Mars: The Inside Story (6 MB PowerPoint)
Dr. Walter Kiefer, The Lunar and Planetary Institute

Be sure to connect with scientists and engineers and space enthusiasts in your own region! Don't be shy — many of these individuals are more than happy to visit your program and share their knowledge!

Sky & Telescope
Find the contact information for museums, science centers, planetariums, observatories, and astronomical societies in your neighborhood using Sky & Telescope's search tool.

The Solar System System Ambassadors Program
Locate a Solar System Ambassador in your area. The Solar System Ambassadors program, directed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, trains space enthusiasts to share the latest mission and space science information with their communities.

http://calspace.ucsd.edu/spacegrant/webmap/sg_homepages.html
Contact scientists and engineers involved in space sciences through your state's NASA's Space Grant Program. Share your needs with the Space Grant Outreach Coordinator or, if you can't find the right person to contact, communicate with the program Director.

Last updated
June 4, 2012


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