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  • Second Annual HEDS-UP Forum
    Acrobat Reader version 3 0 or higher Click here if you need to upgrade TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page and Credits Preface Agenda University Design Studies Arizona State University California Institute of Technology Cornell University Georgia Institute of Technology Metropolitan State College Denver Texas A M University no report available University of California Berkeley University of Houston University of Maryland undergraduate University of Maryland graduate University of Southern California University

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/reports/CB-979/CB-979.intro.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Mars Field Geology Workshop
    Adobe s Acrobat Reader To download the entire report Full Report 12 8 MB To download individual sections Cover 332 K Front Matter title page compilation page preface contents 12 K Introduction to Workshop 1 5 MB Results from the Workshop Teams 9 4 MB References 5 K Appendix 1 Mars Surface Reference Mission Stephen Hoffman 1998 Excerpts 801 K Appendix 2 List of Workshop Participants and Relevant Experience 39

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/reports/CB-968/CB-968.intro.html (2016-02-15)
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  • HEDS-UP Mars Exploration Forum
    OF CONTENTS Title Page and Credits Preface NASA s HEDS Enterprise HEDS UP Activity and References Scenes from the Mars Forum Meeting Agenda Plenary Session Douglas Cooke Bill O Neil Joe Rothenberg Keynote Address John Young Invited Technical Presentations Geoffrey Briggs Bret Drake Robert Yowell Charlie Stegmoeller Kent Joosten Bob Cataldo Jerry Sanders Carl Allen Bill Eoff Timothy Krabach HEDS UP University Design Studies University of Texas at Austin University

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/reports/CB-955/CB-955.intro.html (2016-02-15)
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  • ISRU Construction Workshop
    These files are in PDF format and require the use of version 3 0 or higher of Adobe s Acrobat Reader To download the entire report Full Report 9 4 MB To download individual sections Cover 204 K Front Matter

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/reports/TR98-01/TR98-01.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Guidebook to the Geology of Barringer Meteorite Crater, Arizona (a.k.a. Meteor Crater) (2007)
    Target Sequence 11 3 MB Chapter 3 Barringer Meteorite Impact Crater 12 5 MB Chapter 4 Shock Metamorphism 2 1 MB Chapter 5 Crater Rim Uplift and Crater Wall Collapse 3 6 MB Chapter 6 Overturned Rim Sequence 9 3 MB Chapter 7 Distribution of Ejecta 8 7 MB Chapter 8 Projectile 2 8 MB Chapter 9 Trajectory 355 K Chapter 10 Energy of Impact 399 K Chapter 11 Age of the Crater 353 K Chapter 12 Environmental Effects of the Impact 4 7 MB Chapter 13 Post Impact Lake 352 K Trail Guides Aerial View and Trail Guide Routes 3 7 MB Chapter 14 Crater Rim East Trail Guide 35 MB Chapter 15 Crater Floor Trail Guide 52 5 MB Bibliography 377 K See also A 3D anaglyph of Meteor Crater Airborne LiDAR of Meteor Crater and the Surrounding Landscape Laser Scanning of Meteor Crater s Interior and Western Ejecta Field Landsat Images of Meteor Crater SEBASS Data for Meteor Crater QuickBird Satellite Imagery A 3D Flyover of Meteor Crater Integrated ArcGIS compatible Meteor Crater Map Package Strike and Dip Data for Sedimentary Bedding Planes and Fracture Systems at Meteor Crater MODIS Satellite Imagery Geologic Map of Meteor Crater

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/barringer_crater_guidebook/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Traces of Catastrophe
    author attempts to fill this gap and provide for geoscientists a detailed introduction and overview of impact processes crater formation and shock metamorphism The book is not aimed primarily at specialists actually working in impact geology It is intended for geoscientists of all kinds students who want to learn about the importance of meteorite impact professors who want to add impact information to their geoscience courses and professional geologists who may unexpectedly encounter an impact structure in the next field area or in the next drill core Traces of Catastrophe is intended to serve as a combination of sourcebook laboratory manual and reference for working geologists The chapters are designed to be read independently depending on the background and needs of the reader Literature references are included to help readers explore the field further Traces of Catastrophe is available on line in PDF format PDF files posted on the LPI s Web Site require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader version 3 0 or higher Click here if you need to upgrade Download entire publication 19 7 MB Download individual sections Introduction and Contents 340 KB Chapter One 2 MB Chapter Two 125 KB Chapter Three 1 21 MB Chapter

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/CB-954/CB-954.intro.html (2016-02-15)
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  • To a Rocky Moon: A Geologist's History of Lunar Exploration
    1957 1961 Chapter 3 The Earthbound View 1961 1963 Chapter 4 Preparing to Explore 1963 1965 Chapter 5 The Ranger Transition 1964 1965 Chapter 6 Back at the Main Event 1965 Chapter 7 The Glory Days 1966 Chapter 8 Surveyor and the Regolith 1966 1968 Chapter 9 The View from Lunar Orbiter 1966 1967 Chapter 10 Apollo Lifts Off 1967 1969 Chapter 11 Tranquility Base 1969 Chapter 12 A Western

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/rockyMoon/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Lunar Sourcebook
    and Moon Compared The Astronaut Experience Terrain Dust Temperatures on the Lunar Surface Lunar Heat Flow Seismic Activity Polar Environment Atmosphere Meteoroid Bombardment Ionizing Radiation Chapter 4 Lunar Surface Processes Impact Processes Basaltic Volcanism Tectonic Activity Lunar Stratigraphy Chapter 5 Lunar Minerals Silicate Minerals Oxide Minerals Sulfide Minerals Native FE Phosphate Minerals Chapter 6 Lunar Rocks Mare Basaltic Lavas and Volcanic Glasses Extended Mapping of Mare Lavas and Pyroclastic Deposits by Remote Spectral Observations Highland Pristine Rocks Igneous Rocks and Monomict Breccias Highland Polymict Breccias Spectral Properties of Highland Rocks Chapter 7 The Lunar Regolith Lunar Soil Spectral Properties of the Lunar Regolith Regolith Evolution and Maturity Variation of Soils with Depth The Lunar Core Samples Models for Regolith Formation Regolith Breccias The Record of Solar History Preserved in the Lunar Regolith Chapter 8 Chemistry Where to Find a Particular Element Discussed Overview of Planetary Separation Processes Major Elements Incompatible Trace Elements Miscellaneous Minor Elements Siderophile Elements Vapor Mobilized Elements Solar Wind Implanted Elements Chapter 9 Physical Properties of The Lunar Surface Geothehnical Properties Electrical and Electromagnetic Properties Reflection and Emission of Radiation from the Moon Chapter 10 Global and Regional Data About the Moon Global and Regional Imagery and

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/publications/books/lunar_sourcebook/ (2016-02-15)
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