Early Thursday morning, NASA plans to launch a rocket that will carry the next rover to Mars. when it arrives on the red planet, most of the pictures we see from that rover will come from cameras designed by a scientist at Arizona State University.
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The Mastcam-Z cameras are really the sort of scientific eyes of the rover. There are cameras all over this rover, 23 cameras total, the most cameras ever sent to Mars," said Jim Bell, principal investigator and lead scientist for Mars Perseverance rover 2020 Mastcam-Z.
Arizona officials are expanding coronavirus testing in high need communities through a new saliva test. The Arizona Department of Health Services and Arizona State University are working together increase COVID-19 diagnostic testing.
Throughout the course of the pandemic, ASU's Biodesign Institute has played a major role in tracking COVID-19. Now, the university is using some new technology to expand a form of COVID-19 testing.
A study accepted for publication in The Astrophysical Journal and uploaded to the preprint server arXiv.org details these findings. Its lead author is Adam Schneider from Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration in Tempe. Schneider first spotted WISE 1810 in 2016.