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Dispatches from the Frontier: A Six-Part Series on the Exploration of the Solar System

Jan 22, 2014 to May 14, 2014

Dispatches from the Frontier is a six-part series organized by the Centre for Research in Earth and Space Science, focusing on the exploration of our solar system and featuring the following speakers:

Jan. 22, 3:30pm - Ralph Lorenz: instrument engineer, author and planetary scientist on the 2004 Cassini Mission to Saturn and Titan

Feb. 20, 3:30pm - Olivier Barnouin: instrument scientist on the 2016 Osiris-Rex Asteroid Sample-Return Mission

Feb. 26, 3:30pm - Ralf Gellert: principal investigator of the APXS instruments onboard the Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity Rovers at Mars

March 12, 3:30pm - Frank Daerden: principal investigator on the NOMAD instrument, part of the 2016 Exo-Mars Trace Gas Orbiter

April 23, 3:30pm - Mark Lemmon: observational planetary atmospheric scientist working on missions across the solar system

May 14, 3:30pm - Robert Haberle: planetary scientist, Curiosity Rover co-investigator and Mars climate modeler

Come and hear about where we have been and where we are going next! All are welcome to attend free of charge. Refreshments will be served.


Location:106 Life Sciences Building
Sponsor:Centre for Research in Earth and Space Science
Posted by:Prof. John E. Moores
Web Sitehttp://www.yorku.ca/jmoores/Dispatches_From_The_Frontier.pdf
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