Observations and spectral analysis of planets
The location of Mars and the fact that it does not have magnetic fields or atmosphere make it the perfect spot to observe our solar system. We will thus make use of the Musk Observatory and optic spectrometers to proceed to measurements of the spectrum emitted by planets from our solar system. Once the spectrum is recorded, we’ll analyze it and will be able to determine the atmospheric composition of the observed object. We will also employ the telescope to take pictures of planets and other celestial bodies. There will be two supernovae, that have recently exploded and that will be fully visible!