CLASS/FSI Seminar Series: Fall 2019
Sept 11 - Dec 4, 2019
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Earth is Missing a Huge Part of its Crust. Now We May Know Why.
A fifth of Earth’s geologic history might have vanished because planet-wide glaciers buried the evidence.
The distance to the Moon is measured to a precision of a few centimeters by bouncing laser beams off reflectors placed there by the Apollo astronauts.