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NASA: Gigapan Imaging used in Planetary Exploration: Science Collaboration and Gigapans, 2010-11-12 Michael Sims of NASA Ames, Estelle Dodson of NASA Ames & Lockheed Martin, Pascal Lee of NASA Ames, SETI, & Mars Institute and Chris McKay of NASA Ames at the first Fine International Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science, November 11-13 2010 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. New technologies allow us to powerfully collaborate as remote scientific teams both in actual planetary exploration and in analog investigations. This can be especially valuable in environments that are fragile (such as the Mojave desert, Haughton Crater and caves), or remote and hard to access (such as Haughton Crater in the Arctic, Moon, Mars), or transitory (such as the Northwest passage, the Mojave desert's vegetation over time, Mars). The panel will talk about our experience in distributed scientific collaborations and Gigapan technologies in these and other environments Contact: http://gigapixelscience.org or Mary Jo Daines at firstname.lastname@example.org