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Nahum Mendez Chazarra

Nahum Mendez Chazarra

Nahum Mendez Chazarra

As a geologist, I understand the power of pictures to engage people in a science. I think that is the main reason why I decided to become a scientist when I was a child, because I got captivated by all the beauty present in our Solar System that was being captured, at that moment, by the Voyager probes and Hubble Space Telescope.

I spend some of my spare time writing and speaking about the geology of our Solar System, processing space images and trying to make planetary sciences more accessible to the general public. I also volunteer in HiTranslate Project as Spanish translator.

You can follow me on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Youtube.

Latest Processed Space Images

The view from Lake Orcadie, Curiosity sol 2247

December 11, 2018

A panoramic view to the southwest from the southern edge of the Vera Rubin ridge looks across the clay-filled valley toward the foothills of Mount Sharp. Curiosity took this after drilling at the Highfield site, on 1 December 2018.

8 Years Around Saturn

May 18, 2013

This video was created using the images taken by Cassini probe of the Saturnian system since 2004.

Dawn at Vesta - 8 months in orbit

May 18, 2013

This video summarizes 8 months of Dawn orbiting asteroid Vesta using the image sequences taken by Dawn in visible light and some 3D landscapes extracted from real images.

astronaut on Phobos
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