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MER team rejoices at the news that mission control received its first signal from Spirit
Members of the Mars Exploration Rover Mission's Entry, Descent and Landing team rejoice at the news that mission control received its first signal from Spirit, indicating the rover's safe arrival at Gusev Crater on Mars.
Several hundred people make the Mars Exploration Rover Mission possible. Below is a list of the project management only.

View more pictures on our Team Photos page.

Find out about the careers and interests of team members from all Mars missions at the Mars Exploration Program People section.

Read about some of the experiences of the team member in the Mars Journals.

Meet the women on the team! Read the NASA press release.

Mars Exploration Rover Team Management

Project ManagerJohn Callas
Project System EngineerRobert Nelson
Project ScientistMatthew Golombek
Deputy Project ScientistAbigail Fraeman
Mission Operations Assurance ManagerPatricia Lock
Mission OperationsJoy Bottenfield
Project Resource AnalystBeverly Drane
Project Staff AssistantEmma Ramos

Lockheed-Martin Space Systems Company

Flight Engineering Team ChiefKevin Gilliland
Mission Control Team ChiefBen Miller
Mission Data Operations Team ChiefGlenn Johnson
Science Operations Team ChiefMatthew Golombek
Multi-Mission Image Processing Lab Team ChiefAmy Chen
Spacecraft/Rover Eng. Team ChiefRobert Nelson
Integrated Sequencing Team ChiefMatt Keuneke
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