Digital terrain models zero in on Martian surface

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October 26, 2023

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Digital terrain models zero in on Martian surface

A team of scientists at the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory brings alien landscapes to life by creating realistic, to-scale digital terrain models from scientific data.

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Researchers probe how a piece of the moon became a near-Earth asteroid

A University of Arizona team has found that an interesting pathway could have led the moon fragment to reach Earth's orbital space, suggesting there could be many more.

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UArizona preparing the next generation of special education professionals

With $5 million in separate grants, the Department of Disabilities and Psychoeducational Studies will train early intervention specialists and advance research.

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Tracking the Bennu sample capsule's separation from OSIRIS-REx

Data collected ahead of the OSIRIS-REx sample return capsule's plunge into Earth's atmosphere will help test algorithms used to pinpoint asteroids that could impact Earth.

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An 'electrifying experience': Second TEDxUArizona will present talks related to the 'Spirit of Wonder'

Organizers expect up to 1,500 people to attend the Nov. 1 event at Centennial Hall. University speakers will share their expertise on climate change, space science, dance, film and more.

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