The Phoenix Mars Lander was launched August 4, 2007
and landed on the Martian surface on May 25, 2008.
The last transmission of science data from Phoenix
occurred on October 29, 2008, sol 152.
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||Release to Public
||sols 0 - 30
||Dec. 23, 2008
||sols 31 - 90
||Feb. 22, 2009
||sols 91 - 152
||Apr. 29, 2009
July 12, 2010. Phoenix
Robotic Arm derived
data are now available.
July 6, 2010. All MECA
TECP RDR products have been revised to
correct an error in the computation of
relative permittivity. For more information,
April 2, 2010. A list of
coordinated Phoenix and MRO observations
is now available.
October 28, 2009. The
AFM RDR products have been
released, all except for sols 90, 109, and
111 which are still in production by the
April 29, 2009. Release 3 of Mars
Phoenix Lander archives includes data acquired on sols 91
through 152. This is the last planned release for Phoenix;
however, there are still some products to be released
February 23, 2009. Release 2 of Mars
Phoenix Lander archives includes data acquired on sols 31
December 23, 2008. Release 1 of Mars
Phoenix Lander archives includes data acquired on sols 0