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The Exolith Lab is a not for profit extension of CLASS, dedicated to regolith simulant production and applied research. Simulant costs cover materials, facilities, and labor.
We also maintain the Planetary Simulant Database as a resource for the community, with information on historic and current planetary simulants. We are happy to provide free consulting on simulants, in partnership with the ESA Sample Analogue Curation Facility.
What is Simulated?. A brief fact sheet on what our simulants do and don’t emulate about the extraterrestrial regoliths they’re based on.
Plant Growth in Simulants. Some tips for growing plants based on initial experiments by simulant users.
Britt, D. T., K. M. Cannon, K. Donaldson Hanna, J. Hogancamp, O. Poch, P. Beck, D. Martin, J. Escrig, L. Bonal, and P. T. Metzger (2019), Simulated asteroid materials based on carbonaceous chondrite mineralogies. MAPS, in press
Metzger, P. T., D. T. Britt, S. Covey, C. Schultz, K. M. Cannon, K. D. Grossman, J. G. Mantovani, and R. P. Mueller (2019), Measuring the fidelity of asteroid regolith and cobble simulants. Icarus, 321, 632-646.
Cannon, K. M., D. T. Britt, T. M. Smith, R. F. Fritsche, and D. Batcheldor (2019), Mars Global Simulant MGS-1: A Rocknest-based Open Standard for Basaltic Martian Regolith Simulants. Icarus, 317, 470-478.
- Prof. Dan Britt – CLASS PI
- Mike Conroy – Project Manager (Email: email@example.com)
- Anna Metke – Lab Manager
- Alex Perruci – Chief Engineer
- Parks Easter – Assistant Manager
- Jillian Gloira – Simulant Team
- Christian Sipe – Simulant Team
- Josh Conway – Simulant Team
- Ana-Paula Dovali – Simulant Team
- Lucas Weber – Simulant Team
Dr. Zoe Landsman – Chief Scientist
Jared Long-Fox – Geotech Specialist
High-fidelity Regolith Simulants
The martian, lunar and asteroid simulants listed below are intended for research and STEM education purposes.
Fulfillment times depend on request size and our current queue.