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 +====== SSHADE Databases =======
 +===== Future Planetary Sciences and Astrobiology Database ======
 +
 +Planetary Sciences and Astrobiology, Laboratory of Mineralogy, Petrology and Economic Geology - National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, Department of Geological Sciences, Athens, Greece
 +
 +   * //Scientific Manager//: Elias Chatzitheodoridis
 +   * //Database Manager//: Elias Chatzitheodoridis
 +   * //Data Providers//: Eleftherios Profitis, Nikolas Tsakonas, Hector Stavrakakis
 +
 +-----
 +
 +Future content of our database:
 +
 +//Materials//: A large number of minerals (meteorites and terrestrial)
 +  * A set of important Martian Meteorites rich either in secondary minerals or high-pressure mineral phases (Nakhla, Lafayette, Governador Valadares, Tissint, Yamato 000593, Zagami, NWA998, NWA10163, NWA10645) .
 +  * Other meteorites, such as lunar meteorites, many chondrites (including carbonaceous), eucrites, diogenites. Additionally, access to a large variety of common and rare meteorites through the Meteorite Aerolith Museum of Athens, Greece, a private museum led by Takis Theodossiou (see www.meteorites.gr). 
 +  * A large set of pure minerals and mineral phases, covering all the elements of the periodic table.
 +  * A large set of thin sections of rocks, covering a variety of areas worldwide
 +  * A rich set of hand specimens of minerals (Krantz collection) 
 +  * Other technological or artificial materials (i.e., metallurgical slags with extreme mineral phases)
 +
 +Materials are measured in the lab. Effort is made to setup tools for field measurements.
 +
 +//Spectra//:
 +  * Raman spectra of minerals and other materials: spectra for lasers (a) 633 nm, (b) 532 nm, and (c) 785 nm. (point analyses)
 +  * FTIR spectra of most of the above materials (bulk analyses; absorption and reflectance; wherever possible, depending on the volume and format of the sample)
 +  * Reflectance and transmission spectroscopy: wavelength range 200-1100 nm
 +
 +//Metadata// (where possible):
 +  * XRD structural analyses
 +  * Chemical analyses with SEM/EDS
 +  * LIBS spectra
 +
 +//Applications//:
 +  * Planetary (Mars, Earth, meteorites)
 +  * Technological
  
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