Geotechnical Property Tool on NASA Ames K-10 Rover

Kris Zacny, Jack Wilson, Arthur Ashley, Chris Santoro, Michael Sudano, Susan Lee, Linda Kobayashi, Terrence W. Fong, and Matthew Deans
Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR, October, 2008.


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Abstract
The planning of a range of future human activities on the Moon requires the use of terrestrial analogs to help these activities be as safe, productive, and cost-effective as possible. We discuss key features of a systematic approach to selecting terrestrial analogs for lunar exploration operations planning.

Keywords
planetary exploration, analog

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Text Reference
Kris Zacny, Jack Wilson, Arthur Ashley, Chris Santoro, Michael Sudano, Susan Lee, Linda Kobayashi, Terrence W. Fong, and Matthew Deans, "Geotechnical Property Tool on NASA Ames K-10 Rover," Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR, October, 2008.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Fong_2008_6205,
   author = "Kris Zacny and Jack Wilson and Arthur Ashley and Chris Santoro and Michael Sudano and Susan Lee and Linda Kobayashi and Terrence W Fong and Matthew Deans",
   title = "Geotechnical Property Tool on NASA Ames K-10 Rover",
   booktitle = "Joint Annual Meeting of LEAG-ICEUM-SRR",
   month = "October",
   year = "2008",
   number = "4001",
}