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1 By: Jordan Alejo, Brandon Bersola, Lauren Bonga, Raquel Crawford, Michael Gray, Matthew Juntilla, Bryson Miyasato, Zachary Mon, Hugo Nimoto, & Mervin Obrero, Aija Blue, Kristian Yap.

2 “Our research question is important because Ejecta may be a geological feature related to water, and by figuring out the location of rampart Ejecta craters, we may discover where the most rampart craters are located.” The importance to finding out our research question is because we want to find where exactly or where is the closet spot that rampart craters hit. By this we can find out why they hit?, their impact, and what is the Ejecta made out of?. space.y2u.co.uk/Photo/Picture_Solar_Syst em.jpg

3 blogs.coventrytelegraph.net/thegeekfiles/ufo.jpg In our group we came up with a hypothesis that we all agreed on. In our group we all said that if the bottom of Earths atmosphere is cold then so must Mars’ atmosphere be cold there for if the Rampart Craters Ejecta is made out of ice it may hit the bottom because of the coldness. We could go into further information such as if Mars’ has some type of rotation exactly like Earth then the Sun would hit some what the same way as how it hits Earth because the reflection of sun light.

4 www.galaxyimages.com/moon8.jpg We think our research question is important because we can find out if life on Mar’s is actually possible. I Hope there is life on Mars’!

5 www.astronomy-blog.com/.../9-2007/mars-9810.jpg *Rampart craters are formed by impact and liquid *It has a special Ejecta that looks like a flower when it hits on the surface of Mars. *The reason why scientist think that there is water on Mars is because the Ejecta is supposedly made up of frozen water.

6 By Impact Either by asteroid, meteorites, comets The transfer of the Meteorite strikes on to the surface. After impact it may cause a flower type that is called an Ejecta Deposition of plates boundaries Then……..BOOM! A crater is formed! This is how craters are formed and what happens after impact.

7 Space Craft Themis Camera CameraTHEMIS Camera Image TypeVisible Images- to see details within the crater MOLA- to see context of image and depth Geologic Features Studied Crater types and the presence of Rampart Craters within the crater to answer our question, “so, Where are the most Rampart Craters are located? “ Geographic regions we focused on http://www.allbestwallpapers.com/computer- mac_x_leopard_space_wallpapers.html

8 Sample SizeThemis images used to gather data. Categories of data to be collected and “why”Image Id#- Keep track of the specific image analyzed. Latitude/longitude- keep track of location and their proximity Misc Data- to record any other interesting into not warranted by our necessary data categories but certainly important to our study. MeasurementsRough estimation relative to image parameters based on THEMIS camera visible image range of 18km

9 Sample SizeThemis images used to gather data. Categories of data to be collected and “why” Image Id#- Keep track of the specific image analyzed. Latitude/longitude- keep track of location and their proximity Misc Data- to record any other interesting into not warranted by our necessary data categories but certainly important to our study. MeasurementsRough estimation relative to image parameters based on THEMIS camera visible image range of 18km

10 Themis Image IDLongitudeLatitudeCrater TypeEjectaObservations V12583500624.990547-50.946266Modefied0it looks sort of new V2774103197.196461.125312Modefied0Crater is starting go away V2973900959.7344836.846558Modefied0Half of crater is gone V07909002175.4821-14.579002Modefied0 V26781003307.4870646.746387Modefied0 V07749004107.11201-30.916529Modefied0LOTS OF CANYONS V07405003307.20694-34.140217Modefied0 V0745000484.7302-57.48426Modified0CALM SURFACE V2547900772.4917126.56626Modified0craters is forming V2828301565.4439346.746387Modified0a lot of details in the crater 101539002275.9255-30.201267modifiednoChannels and many small craters V28834009246.5441417.275997ModifiednoLava Flows V28683012291.9238663.618855modifiednoOne big crater V26781003100.26607-10.072057modifiednoOne Dark Slope streak V2755502369.93281645.251007ModifiedNOOne modified crater V2774103197.196461.125312ModifiedNO Lumpy craters V2973900959.7344836.846558ModifiedNOOld craters

11 I08658002175.73853-13386349Destroyed0 V02304003175.6335-15.30991Destroyed0 I03028002176.22414.519147DestroyedYES V27189024187.820239.948097Destroyed0Crater is broken V27086631279.5543241.016296Destroyed0Crater is almost gone V3294500174.15295-27.47532Destroyed0Crater is almost gone V2755502369.93281645.251007Destroyed0Crater is broken V04582011338.4361624.356598Destroyed0LOTS OF PRESERVED CRATERS V07658005211.70448-29.652924Destroyed0GULLIES,CHANNELS V266950245.79271411.019984Destroyed0crater is destroyed v28683012291.9263.61Destroyed0Gullies v28632014318.3844.037Destroyed0Collapsed Lava tubes V27021044349.507264.981852DestroyedNoDunes V28283015307.4870646.746387DestroyedNoOne Huge crater V2847900749.5476626.516626DestroyedNODark Slopes

12 v2847900749.6426.51PreservedYes V28834009246.5441417.725997Preserved0The crater is a full circle V01605003174.74019-14.731401Preseved0 V02691003175.04747-14.726359Preserved0 I04963002175.0108-12.414344Preseved0 V0496586174.7492-13.946566Preseved0 V010580003175.79373-14.4756Preserved0 V01243002175.21605-14.816523PreservedYes V26781003100.2660710.072057Preserved0 V07742002309.30127-28.964914Preserved0NONE V07798008132.54744-40.325314Preserved0CHAOTIC TERRAIN V07404005334.90967-41.13456Preserved0LOTS OF BLACK DOTS V28632014318.3820844.037617Preservednomany small craters in a group V27086031279.5543241.016296 Preserved nocollapsed features V27189094187.820839.948097PreservedYES1 big ejecta on one of the preserved crateres V2548300381.21938-14.4283PreservedYES1 big ejecta on one of the preserved crateres V1094700126.167135-8.060469Preserved & ModifiedYESEjecta looks faded V33072002-23.4516269.823448PreservedYESLots of preserved craters wwith ejecta V3294500174.15295-27.47532 Preserved NOThere was channels V0125600163.34028210.882847PreservedYESOnly one ejecta was found

13 V27189024 187.8239.94Rampart0bumpy V27086031279.5541.0162RampartYesChannels and craters V2883409246.54417.27Rampart0Smooth V26781003100.266-10.07RampartYesBumpy v27021044349.54.981Rampart0Dust Devil v28283015307.48746.746NONE0 v2669502435.36411.0199NONE0Bumpy


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