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Phoenix raw images

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

09-06-2008 23:06 CDT


This is just a quick note from vacation to say: Woo hoo! Mark Lemmon at Texas A&M, lead scientist for the Phoenix camera system, has launched his own pages distributing the Phoenix raw images, with familiar formatting. I'm happy to have been of service to help out with the design, but happier still to see the raw data coming out of the Phoenix mission in a way that is super-easy for me to view from a slow connection! Go Phoenix!

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