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JMARS is an acronym that stands for Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing. It is a geospatial information system (GIS) developed by ASU's Mars Space Flight Facility to provide mission planning and data-analysis tools to NASA's orbiters, instrument team members, students of all ages, and the general public.


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mars

The following JMARS installer is likely the best for your system:  

This JMARS installation includes several planetary bodies, such as Mars, Earth, Earth's moon, Mercury, Venus and many more

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msip

The following JMARS MSIP installer is likely the best for your system:  

This is the JMARS MSIP version of JMARS for the Mars Education Program.

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mars

The following JMARS Beta installer is likely the best for your system:  

This JMARS Beta installation includes several planetary bodies, such as Mars, Earth, Earth's moon, Mercury, Venus and many more

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earth

The following JEarth installer is likely the best for your system:  

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vesta

The following JVesta installer is likely the best for your system:  

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Instructions for Installing JMARS:  Windows | MacOS | Linux


Video Instructions for Installing JMARS:  Windows | MacOS | Linux



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Release Notes

You can also view release notes for the Earth version of JMARS.

Version Release Date Summary
Release 3.1.1 Tue, 2014-04-01

There has been a bug fix. It is recommended that you update to JMARS 3.1.1.

You can manually update by going to the "Help" tab in JMARS and then select the "Check Updates". JMARS will do a quick check to see if you have the latest available...

Release 3.1 Mon, 2014-03-17

Update to JMARS 3.1

JMARS users,

There's a brand new version of JMARS available for download from jmars.asu.edu, or for update from an existing JMARS installation.

Release 3.0.2 Fri, 2013-04-12

Update JMARS to the 3.0.2 version.

How do you do it?
To manually update JMARS, go to the "Help" tab in JMARS and then select "Check for Updates". JMARS will do a check to make sure you are using the...

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