The iMars final public dissemination event took place in central London on Tuesday 14th March 2017. For more details, click here

We have launched a beta version of our Mars in Motion Citizen Science platform, letting volunteers find and identify changes on the Martian surface

iMars latest results were shown at the Division of Planetary Sciences / European Planetary Science Congress conference in Pasadena, CA, USA from 17-21 October 2016. See here for abstracts

New webGIS launched for iMars project to show all data processed to date:  on the webGIS page, look out for Multi-orbit HRSC ORI and DTM, CTX ORI and DTM, and ACRO ORIs from CTX, THEMIS, MOC-NA and Viking Orbiter

The Mullard Space Science Laboratory hosted the RPIF-3D workshop in June 2016

Conference session describing iMars datasets and tools and click here to see examples shown at the RPIF-3D workshop

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