Astrogeology Science Center


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Date published: September 13, 2019

A new hot spot discovered in Yellow Stone National Park!

Hot spot makes national news!

Date published: September 6, 2019

Astrogeology team finalizes work on MER mission

Spirit and Opportunity will be sorely missed.

Date published: September 3, 2019

Next Generation Lunar Rover Visits the Astrogeology Science Center!

See the next generation Lunar Rover prototype!

Date published: August 27, 2019

Job Opening: Photogrammetrist (GS-11/12 Physical Scientist)

Perhaps this is the career you have been looking for.

Date published: August 20, 2019

Sol 2502-2503: Science to Exhaustion

Sol 2501!

Date published: August 15, 2019

Walk in the Footsteps of the Apollo Astronauts 

Walk in the Footsteps of the Apollo Astronauts

Date published: August 14, 2019

Rocks moving on Mars!

A team led by USGS scientist Colin Dundas reported observations of shifting rocks in high-latitude craters on Mars. Find out what moved these rocks and spot the rocks that have shifted as well as discover more in-depth information in the recently published paper Active boulder movement at high Martian latitudes.

Date published: August 9, 2019

USGS Prepares to Assess Resources on the Moon!

USGS Scientists Work to Assess Lunar Resources.

Date published: July 26, 2019

The Caves of Mars

The USGS Astrogeology Science Center has released locations of more than a thousand cave-entrance candidates on Mars.

Date published: July 24, 2019

Astrogeology Open House draws a good crowd

On July 19, 2019, the USGS Astrogeology Science Center hosted an Open House to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the July 20, 1969 Apollo 11 lunar landing. The event drew an impressive turnout from the surrounding communities.

Date published: July 23, 2019

Sol 2474: A Great Outcrop!

Sol 2474: Outcrop showing vertical exposure of laminated rocks!!

Date published: July 16, 2019

Are Apollo data still useful?

Are Apollo data still useful today with the current Mars missions providing more detailed high resoluction data? You betcha!  In fact, ISPRS awarded Astrogeology for an Apollo Photogrammetry Paper as recent as October 2018.