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published by the NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office
This is the web site for NASA's Astromaterials Research Office (ARES), which is responsible for conducting fundamental research on meteorites, cosmic dust, solar wind, lunar rocks, and orbital debris. Goals of the research include building understanding of the origin and composition of the solar system, plus searching for indicators of primitive biological activity through the study of astrobiology.

Users will find information about current and past research, links to published articles, activities and lessons for K-12 classrooms. Also highlighted are web sites relating to the Mars Soil Genesis Project, hypervelocity impact technology, orbital debris, and planetary evolution.
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ARES, NASA research, astronomy research, cosmic debris, extraterrestrial life, meteor impact, meteor research, meteoroids, research facility
Record Creator:
Metadata instance created March 9, 2010 by Caroline Hall
Record Updated:
August 11, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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May 25, 2008
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AIP Format
(NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office, Houston, 2001), WWW Document, (http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/).
AJP/PRST-PER
ARES: Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science, (NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office, Houston, 2001), <http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/>.
APA Format
ARES: Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science. (2008, May 25). Retrieved December 15, 2017, from NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office: http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/
Chicago Format
NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office. ARES: Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science. Houston: NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office, May 25, 2008. http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/ (accessed 15 December 2017).
MLA Format
ARES: Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science. Houston: NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office, 2001. 25 May 2008. 15 Dec. 2017 <http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/>.
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@misc{ Title = {ARES: Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science}, Publisher = {NASA Johnson Space Center: Astromaterials Research Office}, Volume = {2017}, Number = {15 December 2017}, Month = {May 25, 2008}, Year = {2001} }
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