Astrobiology (general)

Opportunity to Contribute Images Deadline: 15 November 2010

By Keith Cowing
October 30, 2010

Presented by the NASA Astrobiology Program in celebration of NASA’s Year of the Solar System, From Earth to the Solar System (FETTSS) will be an online collection of images that can be freely downloaded and exhibited by organizations worldwide in whatever manner they choose. The images will showcase discoveries in planetary exploration, with a focus on the origin and evolution of the Solar System and the search for life.

We are currently seeking images for the exhibit, whether it be your favorite image taken by a spacecraft, or a picture you took yourself as part of your research. We are looking for artistic and informative images of astrobiological or planetary science significance that tell a story and showcase views of the planets, moons, and other bodies in our Solar System, as well as pictures of field sites here on Earth. Our goal is for this image collection to represent the current state of exploration as seen through the eyes of the scientific community.
See for instructions on how to submit an image.

See for a poster about FETTSS. Please contact [email protected] for additional information [Source: NAI]

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