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Pilbara to Mars: Are We Alone? Project copyrights

The NASA-Macquarie University Pilbara Education Project is free to all for non-commercial purposes. It consists of three parts:

1. Exisiting NASA education and information hi-tech tools: World Wind, Virtual Lab and What's the Difference? These are all open source tools and free for you to download. For all at least a broadband connection is needed.

2. The NASA-Macquarie University co-developed the Virtual Field Trip and all of (1) also applies. It is free for you to download and enjoy. In both (1) and (2) NASA provides the open source license agreement on download - this answers questions about commercial use.

3. The data - text, images, videos - on this Wiki site. You may download all that appears on the site, copyright free, *providing* it is for non-commercial use. You are encouraged to reference the sources (NASA and Macquarie University) where appropriate.

NOTE: For commercial or media use of the Wiki data, please contact Carol Oliver at carol.oliver@mq.edu.au, phone +61 2 9850 8351 for copyright and other advice.




Early Life



  • This project was developed under a NASA Space Act Agreement with the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at Macquarie University in Sydney. It was assisted by the Australian Federal Government under its Australian Schools Innovation in Science, Technology and Maths (ASISTM) fund in collaboration between the ACA and the Macquarie ICT Innovations Centre.
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