Mars Through Time
July 8–11, 2014
Presented at the University of New Mexico
Earth Features: Review Images
Earth Feature Cards
Planetary Feature Cards
Other NASA JSC ARES Education Products:
Hints on Using the Alta Spectrometer
Purchasing Color Gels & Diffraction Gratings
Gels can be purchased from a variety of locations, including:
Gels come in 20” x 24" sheets; each will produce 40 sets of eyeshades. Recommended Roscolux colors include: red #27, blue #74, green # 90. Spectra of gels are available by clicking on the spectra symbols at http://www.rosco.com/filters/roscolux.cfm#colors
Diffraction Grating material comes in sheets from suppliers such as Science First (Item# 614-0066 or 614-0067) and from Sargent Welch (Item# WL3820). Diffraction grating glasses and cards are available at suppliers such as Rainbow Symphony, Edmund Scientific, and Science First.
Mineralogy of Mars: Using our Experiences on Earth to Understand Processes on Mars – Dr. Liz Rampe, NASA JSC
The 2014 workshop was supported by the ChemCam instrument onboard the Curiosity rover, the Lunar and Planetary Institute,
the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of New Mexico,
and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.