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Title: SNOOPY: student nanoexperiments for outreach and observational planetary inquiry
Authors: Kuhlman, K. R.
Hecht, M. H.
Brinza, D. E.
Feldman, J. E.
Fuerstenau, S. D.
Friedman, L.
Kelly, L.
Moller, L. E.
Trowbridge, K.
Sherman, J.
Marshall, A.
Diaz, A. L.
Lewis, C.
Gyulai, C.
Oslick, J.
Polk, K.
Waldron, A.
Powell, G.
Meloy, T.
Smith, P.
Issue Date: 4-Mar-2002
Citation: 2002 IEEE Aerospace Conference
Big Sky, MT, USA
Abstract: Students 18 years of age and younger were invited to propose experiments that were consistent with MECA's Mission: to help us better understand how humans will be able to live on Mars.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/13351
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