Arizona State University (ASU) Mars education program is a planetary imaging facility created to accommodate research for fifth grade through post doctoral students along with the professional scientific community. Users can download a variety of manuals containing step-by-step explanations of projects created to help students learn about the scientific process, the topographic features of Mars, and more. Teachers can find out about a variety of events and workshops taking place around the United States. Educators can also learn how to get their fifth grade through college sophomore level classrooms involved in the Mars Student Imaging Project (MSIP).


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