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The Atacama Science Website is a web based downlink interface to present data returned from the Zoë autonomous desert rover. The Atacama Science Website runs on most standard computers that use commercially available web browers such as Firefox, Mozilla, and Internet Explorer.

The website uses a unique information architecture to present data each time it was returned by the rover. The site presented panoramic images and other datatypes such as the Flourescence Imager [FI] to detect microbial life, including both weather and spectrometer data.

Zoë rover in desert

Scientists browse through data








    
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The science website presents all rover science information within an easy to use format
A "Science Activity Station"


The Zoë rover    


Participants

Project Director: Peter Coppin
Visual Design: Eben Meyers, Peter Coppin, and David Thompson
Software programming: Kevin McCloskey