NASA’s Mars Odyssey team has released another
significant installment of science data for the public
and science community to review and analyze.

“The three instrument suites onboard Odyssey
continue to produce excellent data,” said Jeffrey Plaut,
Project Scientist for the mission. “This release
includes data acquired as recently as this past March.
It includes over 15,000 new infrared and visible
images, as well as thousands of new measurements of
gamma rays, neutrons, and charged particles that will
help us understand the martian environment.”

The Odyssey spacecraft has been collecting science
data for a year and a half, revealing subsurface water
ice, the mineral and elemental composition of the soil,
and the space radiation environment. It has also provided
spectacular imagery from the visible and infrared cameras.

General information on the data Odyssey is providing can
be found in Odyssey’s Science Section:

The latest images can be accessed through the Planetary Data
System (PDS):