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NASA's Search for Meteorites in Antarctica


Online Public

Type: Special Event

Held on: Aug 25, 2020 (Tue) at 06:00 PM to Aug 25, 2020 (Tue) at 07:00 PM

Online Location:

Speaker: Dr. Cynthia Evans


Event Coordinator: John McLaren


Dr. Evans will describe some of her recent experiences deployed to Antarctica as part of NASA’s Antarctic Search for Meteorites (ANSMET) 2019-2020 field team.  She will also discuss the importance of NASA’s meteorite collection for understanding solar system evolution and relevance for current and future NASA missions.

Dr. Cynthia Evans is the Senior Exploration Scientist for the Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) Division within the Exploration Integration and Science Directorate at NASA's Johnson Space Center. 

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Livestream available to everyone via Night Sky Network YouTube.

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NASA's Search for Meteorites in Antarctica (special event) is scheduled for Aug 25, 2020, 06:00 PM. Please come out and join us!

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