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  • August | 2015 | Planetary News
    features in unprecedented detail including Ceres tall conical mountain crater formation features and narrow braided fractures This entry was posted in Mission News and tagged Ceres Dawn dwarf planet mission NASA spacecraft on 2015 08 25 by Heather Dalton Mars Landing Site Exploration Zone ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED Due to growing interest in the First Landing Site LS Exploration Zone EZ Workshop for Human Missions to the Surface of Mars the organizers would like to allow those submitting Exploration This entry was posted in Community Announcements Meeting Announcements on 2015 08 24 by Julie Tygielski Eugene M Shoemaker Impact Cratering Award Deadline Approaching The Eugene M Shoemaker Impact Cratering Award is for undergraduate or graduate students of any nationality working in any country in the disciplines of geology geophysics geochemistry astronomy or biology This entry was posted in Student Opportunities on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski AEOLIAN RESEARCH SPECIAL ISSUE FOR THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL PLANETARY DUNES WORKSHOP The Fourth International Planetary Dunes Workshop Integrating Models Remote Sensing and Field Data was held May 19 22 2015 in Boise Idaho See http www hou usra edu meetings dunes2015 dunes20153rd shtml More than 60 researchers and students participated in This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT INSTRUMENT SOLICITATION RELEASED The Undergraduate Student Instrument Project USIP Student Flight Research Opportunity solicits proposals from U S educational institutions to develop and fly a science and or technology payload on a sounding rocket balloon aircraft suborbital reusable This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski NEW VOLUNTEER REVIEWER FORMS POSTED NASA NEW VOLUNTEER REVIEWER FORMS POSTED The Planetary Science Division is now seeking volunteers to serve as reviewers for proposals from the following ROSES 2015 programs ROSES 2015 C 19 Hayabusa2 Participating Scientist This entry was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski PDS RELEASE OF CASSINI RADIO AND PLASMA WAVE SCIENCE DATA The Planetary Data System PDS announces the release of Cassini Radio and Plasma Wave Science RPWS higher level Langmuir probe LP data This release includes electron densities and temperatures derived from the analyses of This entry was posted in Research Tools on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski 41ST SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMITTEE ON SPACE RESEARCH COSPAR AND ASSOCIATED EVENTS COSPAR 2016 30 July 7 August 2016 Istanbul Turkey http www cospar assembly org Abstract Deadline Mid February 2016 Topics SC A The Earth s Surface Meteorology and Climate SC B The Earth Moon This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski MARS CRITICAL DATA PRODUCTS REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The Mars Exploration Program has issued a Request for Proposal for the Mars Critical Data Products program This RFP provides support for landing site surface and atmosphere characterization for the This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities on 2015 08 23 by Julie Tygielski PhD position on studying the effect of UV radiation on carbon in meteorites

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  • July | 2015 | Planetary News
    Saturn s small icy moon Enceladus and ten years of routine observing and studying its This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 07 27 by Julie Tygielski AGU 2015 SESSION 7784 MAGNETOSPHERES IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM We encourage abstract submissions to session SM017 Magnetospheres in the Inner Solar System at the fall AGU meeting in San Francisco December 14 18 2015 The abstract submission deadline is Wednesday This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 07 27 by Julie Tygielski JOB OPPORTUNITY Faculty positions in Earth and Planetary Sciences at SIO UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography SIO at the University of California San Diego http scripps ucsd edu invites faculty applications for the position listed below We seek up to two motivated broad thinking scientist educators to This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 07 27 by Julie Tygielski VEXAG Meeting 13 Tuesday Thursday October 27 29 2015 NASA Headquarters Washington DC Venus Exploration Analysis Group VEXAG meeting 13 will be held on Tuesday Thursday October 27 29 2015 at James Webb Auditorium NASA Headquarters Washington DC A preliminary agenda is available at VEXAG Web Site http www lpi usra edu vexag Current This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 07 27 by Julie Tygielski From Mountains to Moons Multiple Discoveries from NASA s New Horizons Pluto Mission Icy mountains on Pluto and a new crisp view of its largest moon Charon are among the several discoveries announced Wednesday by NASA s New Horizons team just one day after This entry was posted in Mission News and tagged Charon flyby mission moon NASA New Horizons Pluto spacecraft on 2015 07 24 by Heather Dalton NASA s Kepler Mission Discovers Bigger Older Cousin to Earth NASA s Kepler mission has confirmed the first near Earth size planet in the habitable zone around a sun like star This discovery and the introduction of 11 other new small habitable zone candidate This entry was posted in Mission News Science News and tagged exoplanet habitable zone Kepler mission NASA space telescope on 2015 07 24 by Heather Dalton AGU 2015 SESSION 8664 POLARIMETRY AS A TOOL TO STUDY THE EARTH SOLAR SYSTEM AND BEYOND Abstracts due 5 August 2015 Polarimetry is a powerful tool providing a wealth of information about various solar system objects e g planetary atmospheres atmosphereless objects comets dust asteroids ring systems This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 07 19 by Julie Tygielski AGU 2015 SESSION 8371 ERA OF CITIZEN SCIENCE AND BIG DATA INTERSECTION OF OUTREACH CROWD SOURCED DATA AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Abstracts due 5 August 2015 The traditional method of outreach to formal informal science and non science audiences has undergone a fundamental change with recent advances in technology social media and This entry was posted in Education and Public Outreach Meeting Announcements on 2015 07 19 by Julie Tygielski AGU 2015 SESSION 8104 EVOLUTIONS INTERACTIONS AND ORIGINS OF OUTER PLANET SATELLITES This session explores current

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  • June | 2015 | Planetary News
    on 2015 06 25 by Julie Tygielski Announcement of the First Landing Site Exploration Zone Workshop for Human Missions to the Surface of Mars The First Landing Site Exploration Zone Workshop for Human Missions to the Surface of Mars will be held October 27 to 30 2015 at the Lunar Planetary Institute LPI in Houston This entry was posted in Community Announcements Meeting Announcements on 2015 06 25 by Julie Tygielski Notification of an Invitation to Membership on the Formulation Assessment and Support Team FAST for the Asteroid Redirect Mission The National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA intends to release a letter of invitation for membership on the Formulation Assessment and Support Team FAST for the Asteroid Redirect Mission ARM This entry was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 06 23 by Julie Tygielski 2nd International Planetary Caves Abstracts Registration OPEN The 2nd International Planetary Caves Conference will be held October 20 23 2015 in Flagstaff Arizona ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW OPEN Abstract Submission Deadline August 6 2015 The conference will continue the exchange This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged caves on 2015 06 23 by Julie Tygielski JOB OPPORTUNITY POST DOC ON MODELLING AND OBSERVATIONS OF CO2 ICE CLOUDS ON MARS AT LATMOS GUYANCOURT FRANCE We are currently accepting applications for a fixed term post doc position on studying CO2 ice clouds on Mars The contract is for 1 year one additional year based on performance a This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 06 21 by Julie Tygielski NASA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS The NASA Postdoctoral Program NPP provides opportunities for scientists and engineers to conduct research largely of their own choosing yet compatible with the research opportunities posted on the NPP Web site Selected by This entry was posted in Student Opportunities on 2015 06 21 by Julie Tygielski NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY CDAP REVIEWER FORM POSTED The Planetary Science Division is seeking subject matter experts to serve as mail in and or panel meeting reviewers of ROSES 2015 proposals We have posted a volunteer reviewer form for ROSES 2015 C 10 Cassini This entry was posted in Community Announcements Funding Opportunities on 2015 06 21 by Julie Tygielski 2015 MEPAG Goals Document final version has now been posted Mars community members We are very pleased to announce that the Mars Science Goals Objectives Investigations and Priorities 2015 Version final document has been approved by MEPAG and is now This entry was posted in Community Announcements and tagged Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group on 2015 06 19 by Julie Tygielski 2nd Announcement posted for the Second Mars 2020 Landing Site Workshop Aug 4 6 2015 The Second Landing Site Workshop for the 2020 Mars Rover mission will be held at the Doubletree Hotel Arcadia CA on August 4 6 2015 The full text of the Second This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 06 19 by Julie Tygielski Job Opportunity Research Associate Scientist Lab Manager in the Center for Meteorite Studies Job Number

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  • May | 2015 | Planetary News
    20 by Julie Tygielski POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE in PLANETARY SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR Opening exists for a postdoctoral position in planetary science at the University of Michigan Highly qualified senior scientists may be considered also The research focus will be on atmospheric processes This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 05 18 by Julie Tygielski LUNAR AND SMALL BODIES GRADUATE CONFERENCE 2015 ANNOUNCEMENT AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Lunar and Small Bodies Graduate Conference LunGradCon 2015 to be held on Monday July 20 2015 at the NASA Ames Research Center preceding the This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 05 17 by Julie Tygielski POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION PLANETARY GEOCHRONOLOGY INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT https www3 orau gov NPDoc Catalog 18395 We are seeking a postdoctoral scholar to help develop our LIBS MS geochronology instrument Examples of projects that may be pursued include understanding how LIBS and mass spectrometry techniques can be used to This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 05 17 by Julie Tygielski FAMELAB Calling all early career scientists Passionate about science Love to communicate or want to learn how Join us at Phoenix ComiCon on May 30th for the 4th regional heat of FameLab USA s Season This entry was posted in Education and Public Outreach on 2015 05 17 by Julie Tygielski ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION SCIENCE The Department of Earth and Planetary Science Graduate School of Science the University of Tokyo invites applications for a position as an assistant professor in the area of Solar System exploration science We seek This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 05 17 by Julie Tygielski Call for Participation Training Opportunity Photogrammetric Processing of Planetary Stereo Imagery using ISIS and SOCET SET The Planetary Photogrammetry Guest Facility at the Astrogeology Science Center of the U S Geological Survey would like to announce its Call for Participation for a training opportunity on July 27 29 2015 This This entry was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 05 17 by Julie Tygielski NASA Research Europa s Mystery Dark Material Could Be Sea Salt NASA laboratory experiments suggest the dark material coating some geological features of Jupiter s moon Europa is likely sea salt from a subsurface ocean discolored by exposure to radiation The presence This entry was posted in Science News and tagged Europa fractures ice ocean radiation salt water on 2015 05 15 by Heather Dalton New Horizons Spots Pluto s Faintest Known Moons It s a complete Pluto family photo or at least a photo of the family members we ve already met For the first time NASA s New Horizons spacecraft has photographed Kerberos This entry was posted in Mission News and tagged Hydra Kerberos mission moons NASA New Horizons Nix orbit Pluto spacecraft Styx on 2015 05 15 by Heather Dalton Job Opportunity Planetary Radar Research Scientist at the Arecibo Observatory The Arecibo Observatory has an opening for a postdoctoral

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  • April | 2015 | Planetary News
    by Julie Tygielski 2ND LANDING SITE WORKSHOP FOR MARS 2020 ROVER VENUE AND HOTEL RESERVATION INFORMATION The Second Landing Site Workshop for the Mars 2020 Rover will be held August 4 6 2015 at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Monrovia CA A room block has been made This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged Mars 2020 on 2015 04 27 by Julie Tygielski Ceres Bright Spots Come Back Into View The two brightest spots on dwarf planet Ceres which have fascinated scientists for months are back in view in the newest images from NASA s Dawn spacecraft Dawn took these images This entry was posted in Mission News and tagged Ceres cratering craters Dawn dwarf planet mission NASA planetary surface on 2015 04 24 by Heather Dalton THE EUROPEAN PLANETARY SCIENCE CONGRESS EPSC DATES The European Planetary Science Congress EPSC will be held at La Cité des Congrès Nantes France Sep 27 Oct 2 2015 You are invited to submit abstracts to this This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged EPSC on 2015 04 20 by Julie Tygielski POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH IN CORE OCEAN GEOMAGNETISM NASA GSFC CRESST University of Maryland Applications are now being accepted for a Postdoctoral Associate funded through the University of Maryland College Park and the Center for Research and Exploration in Space Science and Technology This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 04 20 by Julie Tygielski NEW DATE FOR EONS PRE PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE NASA will conduct a Pre proposal Webex Teleconference to discuss NASA Education Opportunities in NASA STEM EONS MUREP Other Opportunities MOO The new date for the call will be Tuesday April 21 2015 at 3 30 5 00 This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities on 2015 04 20 by Julie Tygielski MUREP COMMUNITY COLLEGE CURRICULUM IMPROVEMENT MC3I UPDATED PRE PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE DATE AND TIME NASA Minority University Research and Education Project MUREP Community College Curriculum Improvement MC3I Amendment 12 1 changes language to reflect an updated Pre Proposal Teleconference date and time in Appendix L Section 4 3 A pre proposal This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities on 2015 04 20 by Julie Tygielski DELAY OF STEP 2 DUE DATE FOR HAYABUSA2 PARTICIPATING SCIENTIST PROGRAM Hayabusa 2 Participating Scientist Program Step 1 proposals were due on April 1 2015 and Step 2 proposals are now listed in the Tables of due dates as TBD This amendment delays the due date This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities on 2015 04 20 by Julie Tygielski JOB OPPORTUNITY DIRECTOR NASA ASTROBIOLOGY INSTITUTE NAI NASA seeks a new Director for the NASA Astrobiology Institute NAI The ideal candidate will be an internationally recognized scientist with proven experience in leading or managing large interdisciplinary research programs or This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 04 20 by Julie Tygielski NOMINATIONS REQUESTED FOR THE 5TH FARINELLA PRIZE The 5th Farinella Prize devoted to Dynamics and Physics of Comets is open for candidate nominations Please read the call

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  • March | 2015 | Planetary News
    was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 03 30 by Julie Tygielski NEW REFEREED JOURNAL OF ASTRONOMY AND EARTH SCIENCES EDUCATION INVITES MANUSCRIPTS The editor and editorial board are pleased to announce the publication of a new on line journal for research papers on space science and earth science education Entitled The Journal of Astronomy and This entry was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 03 30 by Julie Tygielski PDS LUNAR RECONNAISSANCE ORBITER DATA RELEASE 21 The NASA Planetary Data System is pleased to announce a new delivery of Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter LRO data for the following instruments CRaTER DLRE LAMP LEND LOLA and LROC In general LRO This entry was posted in Research Tools on 2015 03 30 by Julie Tygielski VARIOUS UPDATES TO THE TEXT OF PDART PROGRAM The Planetary Data Archiving Restoration and Tools PDART program solicits proposals to generate higher order data products archive and restore data sets or products create or consolidate reference databases generate new reference information digitize This entry was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 03 30 by Julie Tygielski REOPENING THE HAYABUSA2 PARTICIPATING SCIENTIST CALL In response to requests from the community for more time Amendment 7 reopens the response structure for this program element and sets the new due date for Step 1 proposals to Wednesday April This entry was posted in Community Announcements on 2015 03 30 by Julie Tygielski PRE PROPOSAL TELECONFERENCE STEM ASTAR FELLOWSHIPS NASA will conduct a Pre proposal Adobe Connect Teleconference to discuss NASA Education Opportunities in NASA STEM EONS Advanced Science Technology Engineering and Math STEM Training and Research ASTAR Fellowship The call will be held This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities on 2015 03 30 by Julie Tygielski Reminder VEXAG Meeting 12 Thursday April 9 2015 Hampton Virginia VEXAG meeting 12 will be held on Thursday April 9 2015 at the National Institute of Aerospace just outside NASA s Langley Research Center This follows the 2 day Venus Science Priorities This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 03 26 by Julie Tygielski Curiosity Rover Finds Biologically Useful Nitrogen on Mars A team using the Sample Analysis at Mars SAM instrument suite aboard NASA s Curiosity rover has made the first detection of nitrogen on the surface of Mars from release during This entry was posted in Mission News Science News and tagged Curiosity Mars Mars Science Laboratory mission MSL NASA rover spacecraft on 2015 03 25 by Heather Dalton NASA s Opportunity Mars Rover Finishes Marathon Clocks in at Just Over 11 Years There was no tape draped across a finish line but NASA is celebrating a win The agency s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity completed its first Red Planet marathon Tuesday 26 219 This entry was posted in Mission News and tagged Mars Mars Exploration Rover mission NASA Opportunity rover spacecraft water on 2015 03 25 by Heather Dalton 2nd Planetary Data Workshop Abstract Deadline Extended 2nd Planetary Data Workshop Abstract Deadline Extended April 7 2015 5 00

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  • February | 2015 | Planetary News
    outside NASA s Langley Research Center This follows the 2 day Venus Science Priorities This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged Venus VEXAG on 2015 02 19 by Julie Tygielski 2nd Annual Workshop on Potential Mars Returned Sample Science Dear Colleague Past present and future sample scientists You are invited to join the 2nd Annual Workshop on Potential Mars Returned Sample Science This workshop will be held immediately before This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged Mars samples on 2015 02 17 by Julie Tygielski NEW POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY LUNAR AND ASTEROID VOLCANIC STUDIES BASED ON TERRESTRIAL FIELDWORK LABORATORY ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL MODELING This NPP NASA Postdoctoral Program position provides an opportunity to work with the FINESSE Field Investigations to Enable Solar System Science and Exploration team based at NASA Ames Research Center This entry was posted in Student Opportunities and tagged NPP numerical modeling samples terrestrial volcanic field studies on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski VENUS TOWN HALL MEETING AND EARLY CAREER SCHOLARS MIXER AT LPSC Venus Exploration Analysis Group VEXAG invites you to participate in a lunch time Venus Town Hall Meeting and an evening Early Career Scholars Mixer at LPSC on Thursday March 19 2015 This entry was posted in Community Announcements and tagged VEXAG on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski MEPAG GOALS DOCUMENT UPDATE FEEDBACK REQUESTED As you may be aware forward planning for the Mars Exploration Program is guided in large part by the MEPAG Goals Document a living document which prioritizes scientific investigations within This entry was posted in Community Announcements and tagged MEPAG on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski POSTDOC OPPORTUNITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OSLO The position and main tasks of the successful candidate are part of the Crater Clock Calibration of the Cratering Chronometer for the Earliest Planetary Evolution project funded by the Research This entry was posted in Job Opportunities and tagged cratering small bodies on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski NASA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS The NASA Postdoctoral Program NPP provides opportunities for scientists and engineers to conduct research largely of their own choosing yet compatible with the research opportunities posted on the NPP Web This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski CALL FOR ABSTRACTS FOR THE 11TH IAA LOW COST PLANETARY MISSIONS CONFERENCE LCPM 11 June 9 11 2015 Berlin Germany The organizers of LCPM 11 call your attention to a key date Abstract submittal deadline is March 2 2015 Please see the URL below for This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski POST DOCTORAL RESEARCHER POSITION AT THE NHM VIENNA As part of the EU programme Horizon 2020 a postdoctoral researcher position is open at the Natural History Museum Vienna 2 years full funding is granted to create a roadmap This entry was posted in Job Opportunities on 2015 02 13 by Julie Tygielski NASA Spacecraft Completes 40 000 Mars Orbits NASA s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter passed

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  • January | 2015 | Planetary News
    the Catastrophe Impact Generated Environments and the Search for Life Meteorite impacts create unique microbial niches This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged meteorite impacts on 2015 01 25 by Julie Tygielski STUDENT SUMMER INTERNSHIPS AT APL The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory APL is offering summer projects for students interested in working on NASA missions or space related research opportunities at APL Details are available at http aplnasaintern jhuapl edu The application deadline This entry was posted in Student Opportunities and tagged internships on 2015 01 25 by Julie Tygielski 2ND SYMPOSIUM OF THE COMMITTEE ON SPACE RESEARCH COSPAR WATER AND LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE 9 13 November 2015 Foz do Iguacu Brazil For more information see http cosparbrazil2015 org Abstract Deadline 31 May 2015 Topics Space astronomy missions to detect ingredients for life and exoplanets in This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 01 25 by Julie Tygielski 41ST SCIENTIFIC ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMITTEE ON SPACE RESEARCH COSPAR AND ASSOCIATED EVENTS COSPAR 2016 30 July 7 August 2016 Istanbul Turkey http www cospar assembly org Abstract Deadline Mid February 2016 Topics SC A The Earth s Surface Meteorology and Climate SC B The Earth Moon This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements on 2015 01 25 by Julie Tygielski Gullies on Vesta Suggest Past Water Mobilized Flows Protoplanet Vesta visited by NASA s Dawn spacecraft from 2011 to 2013 was once thought to be completely dry incapable of retaining water because of the low temperatures and pressures at This entry was posted in Science News and tagged asteroid Dawn mission NASA planetary surfaces spacecraft surface Vesta water on 2015 01 23 by Heather Dalton Rosetta Comet Pouring More Water Into Space There has been a significant increase in the amount of water pouring out of comet 67P Churyumov Gerasimenko the comet on which the Rosetta mission s Philae lander touched down in November 2014 This entry was posted in Mission News Science News and tagged 67P Churyumov Gerasimenko comet ESA mission NASA orbiter Rosetta spacecraft on 2015 01 23 by Heather Dalton Lloyd V Berkner Space Policy Internships 2015 The goal of the Lloyd V Berkner Space Policy Internship is to provide promising undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to work in the area of civil space research This entry was posted in Student Opportunities on 2015 01 22 by Julie Tygielski 30th MEPAG Meeting Information Circular 2nd Information Circular 30th MEPAG Meeting February 24 25 2015 Monrovia CA Letter of Invitation Members of the Mars community I cordially invite you to attend the 2015 face to face meeting of This entry was posted in Meeting Announcements and tagged Mars exploration on 2015 01 21 by Julie Tygielski 2015 Microscopy and Microanalysis Conference M M 2015 will be held August 2 6 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland Oregon We d like to draw your attention to a symposium of interest at the 2015 Microscopy and Microanalysis Conference This entry was

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