Scanning for extinct astrobiological residues and current habitats (SEARCH)

@article{Dieter2005ScanningFE,
  title={Scanning for extinct astrobiological residues and current habitats (SEARCH)},
  author={W. R. Dieter and R. A. Lodder and J. E. Lumpp},
  journal={2005 IEEE Aerospace Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={234-245}
}
SEARCH is a new method to seek evidence of extinct life and potential habitats. SEARCH combines innovative spectroscopic integrated sensing and processing with a hyperspace data-analysis algorithm. Using UV, visible, and near-IR spectroscopic integrated sensing and processing, SEARCH is designed to explore and quantitatively assess a local region on the surface of a planet or moon as a potential habitat for life, past or present. In the course of collecting geological data, SEARCH spectrometry… CONTINUE READING

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