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  • Barry Goldstein – Project Manager Glenn Knosp – Project Business Manager

    CDR 50 Days ATLO 196 Days Ship 596 Days Launch 675 Days EDL 971 Days

    Surface Stereo Imager

    MET mast (Temp/Wind)

    MECA: microscopy, electro- chemistry, conductivity

    TEGA: Thermal and Evolved Gas Analyzer

    LIDAR

    Robotic Arm Ice tool, scraper blades

    RA Camera

    The Phoenix Landed Payload

    Thermal and Electrical conductivity probe

    Weather and climate

    Mineralogy/chemistry

    Physical geology

  • 2

    30 cm

    The Microscopy, Electrochemistry, and Conductivity Analyzer (MECA)

    Microscope station

    1 of 4 chemistry cells

    Thermal and Electrical

    Conductivity Probe (TECP)12 cm

  • Microscope image (2 mm tall)

  • Robot arm instruments and end effectors

    4

    Robot Arm Camera (RAC)

  • Other instruments on the deck

    Surface Stereo Imager (SSI) Thermal and Evolved Gas Analyzer (TEGA), without cover

    1 of 3 temperature sensors (pressure sensor not shown)

    Telltale (wind)

    Lidar

  • The exposed ice under the lander was named “Holy Cow.” Note the ice crystals on the leg at the left

    Slide Number 1 The Microscopy, Electrochemistry, and Conductivity Analyzer (MECA) Slide Number 3 Robot arm instruments and end effectors Other instruments on the deck Slide Number 6