This photo shows fifteen of the women engineers and scientists who work on the Mars Exploration Rover. They are standing behind or kneeling beside a precise replica of the rover in the mission control room.

January 1, 2004

Kneeling, left to right:


  • Diana Blaney, deputy project scientist and miniature thermal emission spectrometer scientist;

  • Cindy Oda, mission manager;

  • Ashley Stroupe, rover planner;

  • Julie Townsend, rover planner;

  • Alicia Fallacaro Vaughan, tactical activity planner sequence integration engineer;

  • Manju Kapoor, telecommunication subsystem engineer.



Standing, left to right:


  • Jennifer Herman, power subsystem engineer;

  • Cindy Alarcon-Rivera, information technology engineer;

  • Brenda Franklin, hazard avoidance camera and navigation camera payload uplink lead;

  • Caroline Chouinard, tactical activity planner trainee;

  • Sharon Laubach, spacecraft engineering team lead;

  • Pauline Hwang, tactical uplink lead trainee;

  • Colette Lohr, tactical uplink lead;

  • Tara Estlin, rover planner trainee;

  • Dina ElDeeb, tactical downlink lead and systems engineer.



Remote participants not pictured:



  • Ling Su, telecommunication subsystem engineer;

  • Amy Knudson, payload uplink lead for the miniature thermal emission spectrometer;

  • Aileen Yingst, microscopic imager payload uplink lead;

  • Elaina McCartney, payload uplink lead for the panoramic camera;

  • Mariek Schmidt, alpha-particle X-ray spectrometer and Moessbauer spectrometer scientist;

  • Barbara Cohen, chair of the science operations working group;

  • Wendy Calvin, documentarian;

  • Emily Dean, keeper of the plan;

  • Joannah Metz, long-term planning lead;

  • Nicole Spanovich, opeations lead for atmospheric sciences;

  • Alian Wang, mineralogy and chemistry lead;

  • Kim Lichtenberg, physical properties scientist;

  • Zsarina Bulchand, mission data operations lead;

  • Amy Chen, image processing lead.

Credit

NASA/JPL-Caltech

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