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The Mars Student Imaging Project (MSIP) Educator Interest Form

Thank you for your interest in the NASA Mars Student Imaging Project! NASA and Arizona State University's Mars Education Program are offering students nationwide the opportunity to be involved in authentic Mars research by participating in the Mars Student Imaging Project (MSIP). Teams of students in grades 5 through college sophomore level have the opportunity to work with scientists, mission planners and educators on the THEMIS team at ASU's Mars Space Flight Facility, to image a site on Mars using the THEMIS visible wavelength camera onboard the Mars Odyssey spacecraft. The Mars Odyssey spacecraft is currently orbiting Mars every 2 hours. Fill out the online interest form to connect with NASA at ASU and to learn more about this exciting nationally recognized and award winning project!
Upon receipt of this form you will be contacted by the Mars Education Program with more detailed information about the project.
Lead Adult Facilitator
Information about the Lead Adult Facilitator
Email of Lead Adult Facilitator
Phone Number of Adult Facilitator
Information Regarding the School or Organization
Name of the School or Organization
Address of the School or Organization
City of School or Organization
State of School or Organization
Zip or Postal code of the School or Organization
Phone Number of School or Organization
MSIP Group
Which of the following best describes your team type?
MSIP training will be conducted year-round. If your MSIP team is interested in the distance-learning format and there are particular dates that may be convenient for participation, please indicate these dates. These dates will get finalized as the MSIP requirements are being met. For our information, please indicate a possible month/date in which you feel you may begin working with the Mars Student Imaging Project curriculum.
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