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UCLA Professor David Paige and Team Selected for Mars 2020 Mission

UCLA Professor David Paige and Team Selected for Mars 2020 Mission

July 31, 2014

UCLA's David Paige along with a team of US and foreign collaborators has been selected to design and run a ground-penetrating radar instrument to be included as part of the payload of NASA's Mars 2020 mission. The Radar Imager for Mars' Subsurface Exploration (RIMFAX), was one of seven (out of 58 proposals) carefully-selected instruments that will conduct unprecedented science and exploration technology investigations on the Red Planet. A unique instrument that has not been taken to Mars previously, the RIMFAX will provideUCLA Professor David Paige and Team Selected for Mars 2020 Mission

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