Simone Marchi is a Senior Research Scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. He is most active in the field of terrestrial planets and asteroids collisional evolution. Simone is involved in multiple space missions, including being the Associate Scientist of OSIRIS and VIRTIS on board ESA Rosetta, Associate Scientist of VIR on board NASA Dawn, Chair of ESA MarcoPolo-R working group on crater properties, and an external collaborator of NASA MESSENGER Geology Discipline Group.
Latest Planetary Radio Appearances
Hal Levison and Simone Marchi, the principal and deputy principal investigators for NASA’s Lucy mission, join Planetary Radio to discuss the spacecraft’s first asteroid flyby.
Simone Marchi, co-investigator for NASA’s Psyche mission, joins Planetary Radio to share the creative ways their mission team is working to understand cratering on metallic worlds.