Space Imagery Center

The Space Imagery Center at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, is a research collection of NASA planetary photography, cartographic products, and technical documentation. Established in 1977, the Center spent much of its life as one of 17 NASA Regional Planetary Image Facilities located around the world. The Space Imagery Center continues to be a cornerstone for outreach and public science education at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory and is home to 5 high-performance computers specialized for production of high-quality Digital Elevation Models. 

Professor Shane Byrne is Director of the Space Imagery Center, and Dr. Michael Phillips manages the facility and computer lab.

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The Space Imagery Center in Action