Autonomous onboard traverse science system

@article{Castao2004AutonomousOT,
  title={Autonomous onboard traverse science system},
  author={Rebecca L. Casta{\~n}o and Marcus Judd and Tara A. Estlin and R. C. Anderson and Lucas Scharenbroich and Lingguang Song and Daniel M. Gaines and Fiona Fisher and Dominic Mazzoni and Andres Castano},
  journal={2004 IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings (IEEE Cat. No.04TH8720)},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={-167 Vol.1}
}
The Onboard Autonomous Science Investigation System (OASIS) is a technology for increasing science return during rover traverses by prioritizing data onboard, and identifying and reacting to unanticipated science opportunities. Rovers of the future will have the capacity to collect more data than can be downlinked back to Earth. OASIS can increase mission science return by carefully selecting the data with the highest science interest for downlink. These rovers may also be required to traverse… CONTINUE READING

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