Lunar Impact Cratering and Formation of Impact Basins: Gordon Osinski (University of Western Ontario) and Brandon Johnson (Brown)
12:00 Noon PDT Oct 31
Lunar Exploration Assessment Group (LEAG)
Nov 14-15 (Columbia, MD)
The Origin and Evolution of the Moon – Academic Graduate-level Course – Space Directive-1: To the Moon to Stay: NASA Administrator James Bridenstine
12:00 Noon PDT Nov 7 (Virtual)
The Origin and Evolution of the Moon – Academic Graduate-level Course – Origin and Evolution of the Lunar Magnetic Field: Sonia Tikoo (Rutgers) and Ben Weiss (MIT)
12:00 Noon PDT Nov 14 (Virtual)
The Origin and Evolution of the Moon – Academic Graduate-level Course – Models for the Thermal Evolution of the Moon: Lindy Elkins-Tanton (ASU)
12:00 Noon PDT Nov 28 (Virtual)
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SSERVI Team Science
Jim Green, Director of the Planetary Science Division at NASA Headquarters, and SSERVI Deputy Director Greg Schmidt discuss NASA’s lunar plans.
Did you know?
Only about 59 percent of the moon's surface is visible to us here on earth.