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Nathan Bridges

Nathan Bridges

Nathan Bridges is a Senior Staff Scientist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. A co-investigator on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Mars Science Laboratory, and Mars 2020 missions, he specializes in the study of surface processes in the Solar System, in particular those from the wind (“aeolian”). He as attended every Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) since 1989 and is a Planetary Society charter member.

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LPSC 2015: Aeolian Processes on Mars and Titan

Posted 2015/03/26 04:05 CDT | 0 comment

Planetary scientist Nathan Bridges reports on results from the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference about the action of wind on the surfaces of Mars and Titan.

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