Technology Today Winter 2013 cover image

Polar dunes on Mars are shown during early spring when covered with carbon dioxide and water frost. Dark sand cascades down the lee slopes as the frost begins to warm and sublimate.

Technology Today® Winter 2013

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The Great Kobuk Sand Dunes in Alaska

Mars on Earth

The Great Kobuk Sand Dunes in Alaska provide an Earth analog for Martian geology.


Instrument that determines radiation hazards on Mars

Measuring the Radiation Environment on Mars

An SwRI-led instrument is determining radiation hazards for future manned missions to Mars.


Ensuring the integrity of pressure vessels and other structures

Fit for Service

SwRI engineers use a variety of techniques to ensure the integrity of pressure vessels and other structures.


Enhancing the capability of portable gamma ray imaging devices

Within ARMS Reach

An SwRI-developed technique enhances the capability of portable gamma ray imaging devices.


Technics

Technical Staff Activities

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