TES NEWS, Volume 4, Number 4, December 1995

Visit the MGS TES Facility at ASU--

Where it's Really Happening!

Visits by K-12, scouts, clubs, etc., welcome during select hours M-F. Typical visit, 1/2 hour. Spanish available. For maximum benefit, groups of 10-30 preferred. Now taking reservations for January - August 1996. For best results, also visit other ASU science facilities on same day (e.g., planetarium, geol. museum, meteorite collection, anthro. museum). For complete itinerary, call ASU Admissions office: (602) 965-2266. For special requests, call Arizona Mars K-12: (602) 965-1790.

Diagram comparing mountains on Mars and Earth. Vertical exaggeration is 2x. Mauna Kea is in Hawaii. Olympus Mons is a large volcano on Mars. Prepared by Kelli Mellgren using NASA Photo 84H425.

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