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Application: Phoenix Mission Accomplished With ANSYS Aboard
Posted Tue January 12, 2010 @08:59AM
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Application The University of Alberta scientists have used software from ANSYS to aid in interpreting weather data received from the Phoenix Mars Lander.

In creating a virtual environment of the planetís unique atmospheric conditions, scientists discovered that heat and radiation from the lander itself could affect daily readings, such as atmospheric pressure, wind velocity and temperature.

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