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PSI's Roger Clark Holds Spectroscopy Workshop

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PSI Senior Scientist Roger Clark held a workshop on spectroscopy software at our Colorado Office. PSI’s new Spectroscopy Lab is located in Tucson. 

Topics covered included SPECtrum Processing Routines (SPECPR), RADiative TRANsfer (radtran), Tetracorder 5, Davinci, and support utilities. 

Tetracorder 5 is the key software to be used in the Toolbox for Research and Exploration (TREX) project, a five-year, $5.5 million program led by PSI’s Amanda Hendrix to advance basic and applied research for lunar and planetary science, and advance human exploration of the Solar System. 

Above, workshop participants included, from left, Eric Livo with USGS Denver, PSI’s Melissa Lane, Elizabeth Sklute, Neil Pearson, Deborah Domingue, Roger Clark, Eldar Noe Dobrea and Amanda Hendrix, and Francesca Scipioni and Richard Cartwright, both with SETI. 

Below, Roger Clark discusses Tetracorder 5 software with Elizabeth Sklute while other workshop participants analyze data.

Credit: Nathaniel Putzig

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Dec. 4, 2017

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