Sources & Credits
Site redeveloped by Joey Mukherjee and Richard Menchaca at Southwest Research Institute.
Original site designed by Terzah Becker who would like to thank Kurt Retherford of SwRI and Kevin Williams and Polly Andrews of DMNS for their help with the content and design of this site.
All images used with permission.
All photos and artist mockups ©NASA
SwRI logo, LAMP "lava-lamp" logo, LAMP diagram and LAMP field-of-view diagram ©Southwest Research Institute
DMNS logo ©Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Sources for the Content:
Barry, Patrick L. "Prospecting for Lunar Water." Science @ NASA article, April 28, 2005. http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2005/28apr_lro.htm.
Bell, Trudy E. and Tony Phillips. "En Route to Mars, the Moon." Science @ NASA article, March 18, 2005. http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2005/18mar_moonfirst.htm.
Levy, David H. and Tony Phillips."Moon Water." Science @ NASA article, April 14, 2005. http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2005/14apr_moonwater.htm.
LRO/Lyman-Alpha Mapping Project. PowerPoint presentation provided by the Southwest Research Institute.
Lunar Reconaissance Orbiter (Web site). http://lunar.gsfc.nasa.gov/.
The Lyman-Alpha Mapping Project (LAMP) Overview. Two-page handout provided by the Southwest Research Institute.
Various emails from Kurt Retherford, LAMP Data Scientist at the Southwest Research Institute.
Vondrak, Richard R. and Dana H. Crider. "Ice at the Lunar Poles: That the Moon Harbors Ice at High Latitudes is Well Known. The Source of that Water, However, May Come as Something of a Surprise." American Scientist 91.4 (July-August 2003): p. 322 (8). Accessed via General Reference Center Gold database through Boulder Public Library.