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LPSC: Wednesday: NASA Town Hall with Alan Stern

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/14 03:58 CDT

LPSC: Wednesday: NASA Town Hall with Alan Stern

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LPSC: Thursday: Rovers, Titan, Mars, Venus Express, Neptune

Posted by Ted Stryk on 2008/03/14 03:49 CDT

I spent a large portion of the day at the Lunar and Planetary Institute's library and presented my own poster during the poster sessions, so my coverage of Thursday's sessions is limited.

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Ted Stryk: Revealing the night sides of Uranus' moons

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/13 09:54 CDT

Ted Stryk: Revealing the night sides of Uranus' moons

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LPSC: Finally, some notes on the MESSENGER presentations

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/13 06:06 CDT

LPSC: Finally, some notes on the MESSENGER presentations

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Enceladus flyby pics

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/13 01:08 CDT

Enceladus flyby pics

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LPSC, Wednesday: More from the Moon -- SMART-1 and radar

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/13 11:01 CDT

LPSC, Wednesday: More from the Moon -- SMART-1 and radar

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LPSC, Tuesday: lunar talks, poster session, and Io

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/12 08:50 CDT

LPSC, Tuesday: lunar talks, poster session, and Io

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LPSC: Spiders and Swiss cheese on Mars, and a lunar lander network

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/11 09:26 CDT

LPSC: Spiders and Swiss cheese on Mars, and a lunar lander network

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LPSC: Kaguya sessions

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/11 02:51 CDT

LPSC: Kaguya sessions

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Enceladus encounter blogs

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/10 09:32 CDT

Enceladus encounter blogs

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LPSC: A short visit already over

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/10 09:05 CDT

LPSC: A short visit already over

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Mars Climate Sounder Collects 20 Millionth Sounding

Posted by Bruce Betts on 2008/03/10 12:00 CDT

Last week Mars Climate Sounder collected its 20 millionth sounding at Mars. Mars Climate Sounder is scanning without problems, collecting science observations of the atmosphere of Mars. Mars Climate Sounder has now been observing Mars for over 17 months (three quarters of a Mars year and also approximately three quarters of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter primary science mission).

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Reporting in from LPSC

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/10 10:52 CDT

Reporting in from LPSC

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Rhea rings: the evidence

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/08 12:32 CST

Rhea rings: the evidence

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Rhea has rings!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/06 05:42 CST

Rhea has rings!

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Popping down to LPSC

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/06 11:06 CST

Popping down to LPSC

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Carnival of Space #44

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/06 11:05 CST

Carnival of Space #44

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Phobos arts and crafts

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/05 04:42 CST | 2 comments

Phobos arts and crafts

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White Rock through the ages: 2001 Mars Odyssey (2001-present)

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/04 05:23 CST

White Rock through the ages: 2001 Mars Odyssey (2001-present)

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Before, during, and after avalanches on Mars

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2008/03/03 04:46 CST

Before, during, and after avalanches on Mars

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