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Contour Map of Mars' Surface Beside Phoenix.  This color-coded elevation map of the local terrain on the north side of NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander shows the contours of polygons and relationship of polygon boundaries to trenches and other features in the workspace of the lander's Robotic Arm.    The map covers an area about 4 meters (13 feet) across. Areas coded red, yellow and green are higher than areas coded blue and purple.

Contour Map of Mars' Surface Beside Phoenix

The Smile of Success. Phoenix team members celebrate the Phoenix landing on Mars, May 25, 2008.

The Smile of Success. Phoenix team members celebrate the Phoenix landing on Mars, May

Our World: Investigating Mars with the Phoenix Lander (Space, PBL)

Our World: Investigating Mars with the Phoenix Lander (Space, PBL)

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See photos from NASA's successful Phoenix Mars Lander mission, which explored the Martian arctic in search of water ice.

NASA's Mars Phoenix Lander can be seen parachuting down to Mars, in this image captured by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on May 25, 2008. This is the first time that a spacecraft has imaged the final descent of another spacecraft onto a planetary body.

See photos from NASA's successful Phoenix Mars Lander mission, which explored the Martian arctic in search of water ice.

Differentiating with Area and Perimeter - use your tile floor in the classroom or hallway to help students practice identifying the area and perimeter of irregular polygons!  They loved it in my classroom and were completely engrossed the whole time.

Differentiating with Area and Perimeter - use your tile floor in the classroom or hallway to help students practice identifying the area and perimeter of irregular polygons! They loved it in my classroom and were completely engrossed the whole time.

As the rover Opportunity crept into "Endurance Crater," it captured this false-color image of the dramatic dune field on the crater floor. Sinuous tendrils of sand less than 1 meter high extend from the main dune field toward the rover | NASA

As the rover Opportunity crept into "Endurance Crater," it captured this false-color image of the dramatic dune field on the crater floor. Sinuous tendrils of sand less than 1 meter high extend from the main dune field toward the rover

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