Ames Scientists Participate in NASA Desert RATS Field Campaign

Last week two researchers from the NASA Ames Planetary Systems Branch participated in the yearly NASA Desert RATS (Research and Technology Studies) analog field campaign at Black Point Lava Flow, Arizona to test technologies and operational procedures for future human planetary exploration. The NASA hardware that was demonstrated included (among others): Space Exploration Vehicles a […]

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Most cited paper – “KEPLER MISSION DESIGN, REALIZED PHOTOMETRIC PERFORMANCE, AND EARLY SCIENCE”

Dear Dr. Koch, We are pleased to inform you that your article “KEPLER MISSION DESIGN, REALIZED PHOTOMETRIC PERFORMANCE, AND EARLY SCIENCE” (Astrophys. J. Lett. 713[2]: L79-86, 20 April 2010), has been selected by Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Thomson Reuters as the most-cited paper in the research area of Space Science. Your comments as corresponding author […]

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