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Adam Greenberg

Adam Greenberg is a graduate student in UCLA’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, Division of Physical Sciences. He is currently working on mapping the surface of asteroids in three-dimensions using two-dimensional radar images. Adam is also studying the potential for constraining general relativistic parameters by studying the orbits of high-ellipticity asteroids.

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Planetary Radio Extra: Shining a Million Watt Flashlight on an Asteroid

06/28/2016 | 19:35
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PlanRad’s celebration of Asteroid Day (June 30th) continues as we call UCLA grad student Adam Greenberg at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.

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