Using scientific and operational techniques learned from rover missions to support Artemis science objectives and traverse planning Using scientific and operational techniques learned from rover missions to support Artemis science objectives and traverse planning Science PI, Samantha Jacob (ASU Graduate Research Associate (GRA)), will serve in a support role for the identification and integration of science objectives into the analog activity plan, support science traverse planning and execution, as well as staffing and/or advising real-time science "backroom" communications activities between analog Science Team operations and the ongoing activities being conducted by the astronaut/geology crewmembers during the exercise at the test site. This work includes travel Houston to participate for a week to conduct dry runs with field equipment exercise and a two-week stay for the live field tests for this project. In addition, she will travel to one science conference to present results related to project.
|Effective start/end date||6/14/22 → 6/13/23|
- NASA: Headquarters: $30,000.00
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