Nandita Kumari spent the morning doing data collection and rock identification for each extravehicular (EVA) traverse. The data and observations from scientists, Kumari hopes, will give better insight into the eruptions that have occurred and the history of rocks that remain.
Being the field lead for the EVA (extravehicular activity) traverses at Kilbourne and Hunt’s Hole, Zach Morse knows exactly what he wants to accomplish: “How do technologies and instruments like the LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) interact with astronauts doing live science missions?”
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