A Multi-Wavelength Observing Program of Io Using Adaptive Optics and Interferometric Techniques A Multi-Wavelength Observing Program of Io Using Adaptive Optics and Interferometric Techniques Statement of Work Scope of Work: If this proposal is funded, Co-I David Williams is committing himself to fulfill all obligations and requirements as defined in this proposal. He will work with PI de Pater and Co-I Marchis to convert the telescopic image maps of Io into proper format and ingest them into his Io database, which contains his newly-completed global geologic map of Io based on Galileo &Voyager data. He will compare results from de Paters telescopic results to the global map to better define the volcanic activity and eruption styles on Io, and gain a better understanding of Ios changing volcanic activity. Government Responsibilities: The Co-I is an employee of Arizona State University and the State of Arizona.
|Effective start/end date||9/1/13 → 8/31/18|
- National Science Foundation (NSF): $30,277.00
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