The JPL Space Garden featured systems in current use at JPL for processing and visualization of science data returned by instruments flown on various NASA spacecraft:
1. The Science Analysis Graphics Environment (SAGE), a graphical
used to control processing of imaging data returned by solar system exploration spacecraft, including the Mars Pathfinder mission and the
2. Virtual Reality - Multimission Atlas User Interface (VR-MAUI)
ability to access and interact with global maps of the Martian and
surfaces using Web, Java and VRML technologies. These tools help hide
mundane tasks of data transfer, merging images with models.
3. Animated "fly-over" sequences produced from data of the Earth and
planets along with current scientific animations from Mars.
4. Dview, a 3D modeler for real time applications. It enables fast
interactive construction of articulated models using specialized
for space-related applications.
5. Application of Space Data Education (CASDE), an educational CD-ROM
combines technology, data, and resources from around the country along
Earth-observing spacecraft to teach how to apply remotely sensed data
variety of disciplines, including physics, geography, and
6. Internet-accessible image database browsers and navigators that
public access to space mission image archives.
7. Educational CD-ROMs of various JPL science projects.
8. The Sun-Earth Connection; SXT, a tool to display anaglyph pairs of
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