Presentations given at the 2010 Lunar Science Forum are now publically available on the Forum Website. Look for the "presentation" and "abstract" hyperlinks on the right hand side of the agenda. Also, just FYI-- last year's 2009 Forum slides are archived here. We hope to see you at the next Lunar Science Forum! ' />

Did you attend this year’s Lunar Science Forum? Did you want to revisit one of the many interesting talks or download a particular slide? Now you can!

Presentations given at the 2010 Lunar Science Forum are now publically available on the Forum Website.

Look for the “presentation” and “abstract” hyperlinks on the right hand side of the agenda. Also, just FYI– last year’s 2009 Forum slides are archived here.

We hope to see you at the next Lunar Science Forum!

Posted by: Soderman/NLSI Staff
Source: NLSI

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