Planetary Scientist, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Perhaps forgotten by the general public in the West, a long-lost spacecraft is set to enter orbit around our sister planet in December, picking up where ESA’s Venus Express left off when its operations ended last year.
Planetary scientist and dust devil expert Ralph Lorenz describes how the upcoming Mars InSight lander's sensitive seismometer might be able to detect dust devils.
Planetary scientist Ralph Lorenz briefs us on the current state of our knowledge on dust devils on Earth and Mars.
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We were there when the Cassini spacecraft ended 13 years of exploration and revelation at Saturn.
Join us at JPL and Caltech on the bittersweet morning the Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn.
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