A. Tayfun Oner has contributed a significant amount of time in
producing images, mosaics, and animations. His work has helped fill a gap
of material that cannot be found from images create by NASA/JPL or any
other space agency.
Dr. Eric M. Jones of Los Alamos National Laboratory for providing
the Apollo Summaries and for his excellent work in providing the
Apollo Lunar Surface Journal.
Mary Ann Hager of the Lunar and Planetary Institute provided
several slide sets from which photos were scanned and used in the tour.
Phil Stooke of the Department of Geography of the University
of Western Ontario for providing much of the infomation on
Saturn's smaller satellites.
Dr. Virgil L. Sharpton of the Lunar and Planetary Institute
provided images and most of the information on
Terrestrial Impact Craters.
Dr. Ellis Miner of JPL for providing up to date information
on the outer planets.
Ansel Teng of the Image Analysis Systems group at JPL for the
CDMosaic software support which was used in generating several
of the images on the Martian Volcanoes page.
Bill Arnett, the author of
The Nine Planets, provided information, corrections and help.
The National Science Teachers Association for
producing the first CD-ROM that was released in the fall of
Dr. Bradford A. Smith of the Planetary Data System and the
National Space Science Data Center. They are responsible for the Voyager
CD-ROM set, which provided the raw data I have processed and used
extensively in this tour.
Dr. Michael H. Carr of the US Geological Survey, the Planetary Data
System and the National Space Science Data Center. They are responsible for
the Viking CD-ROM set, which provided the raw data I have processed and
used in the Mars and related pages.