We are pleased to announce that team member Tom Prettyman is the 2023 recipient of the Fred Whipple Award given by the American Geophysical Union (AGU). According to the AGU, "The Fred Whipple Award and Lecture are presented annually and recognize significant...
The TREX team includes laboratories all over the world that are involved in the TREX spectroscopy work.
Lunar Datasets & Models
We use spacecraft data & modeling techniques to study lunar materials & geology of interest to future exploration.
Our field campaigns allow us to test algorithms for sample identification & selection as we prepare for lunar exploration.
Small Body Science
TREX’s Small Bodies theme considers analysis of data related to main belt and near-Earth asteroids.
Coming Soon: The TREX Data Repository
Watch this space.
Read about our recent activities
Just a quick note to say, there is a really cool article about the TREX teams work appearing on Forbes. Writen by Andrew Write, the article highlights researcher Dr. Camilo Jaramillo-Carrea and his work with the Hayabusa2 mission and its sample of the asteroid Ryugu....
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