ASI, CSA, JAXA and NASA are very pleased to release the Executive Summary of the International Mars Ice Mapper (I-MIM) Measurement Definition Team

30 August 2022
The Italian Space Agency (ASI), the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) are very pleased to release the Executive Summary of the International Mars Ice Mapper (I-MIM) Measurement Definition Team (MDT) Final Report. This represents the work of a large multi-disciplinary team of subject matter experts from around the world, and we cannot thank them enough for their time and incredible dedication to this effort.

 We look forward to the release of the full report in the next several weeks.

The executive summary is accessible here:

More information on the I-MIM Measurement Definition Team is available here:

We encourage you to send any questions you might have to gsfc-imim-mdt@mail.nasa.gov  about this important step forward in Martian exploration.

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