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  • 2016 Planetary Science Winter School

    Brook Lakew, the Associate Director of Planning and R&D at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, has lead a variety of successful missions for NASA.

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  • Snapshots from Caltech - 2015

    Research and education, inquiry and invention, discovery and innovation—it's all happening right now at Caltech. This video provides a snapshot of students, ...

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  • Aomawa Shields Post Doc Lecture

    Join Lawrence Krauss, director of the Origins Project at ASU, as he welcomes Aomawa Shields, recipient of the 2016 Origins Project Postdoctoral Lectureship ...

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  • Planetary Society Hangout: Dec 20th, 2012 - Talking Titan with Sarah Horst

    This week, we're excited to have as a guest Dr. Sarah Hörst. Sarah is a postdoc at the University of Colorado whose current line of research involves ...

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  • Meet JPL Interns: Planetary Science Summer School

    A team of distinguished postdocs and graduate students learns what it's like to design a space mission in just five days as part of NASA's Planetary Science ...

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  • Break Through: The Caltech Campaign

    What is a breakthrough, and how does Caltech produce so many? Find out from the faculty, students, alumni, and leaders of Caltech—the kind of exceptional ...

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  • Life on the Edge: A short film about biofilms

    Prior to his arrival at the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT, Crosby Postdoctoral Fellow Giulio Mariotti's research focus had been ...

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  • Bringing Mars to Earth: NASA’s next Rover Mission | Melissa Rice | TEDxWWU

    Dr. Rice, one of 400 scientists worldwide to help pilot the Mars Curiosity Rover, shares some of the fascinating new information we are learning in our first ...

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  • Caltech’s Jessica Watkins: A Roving Mind

    Jessica Watkins came to Caltech to collaborate with scientists and engineers across disciplines—and, of course, as a fan of space exploration, to be a part of the ...

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  • Looking Deep in the Earth

    Elizabeth Day is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at MIT. A deep-Earth seismologist, Day is ...

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  • Near Earth Asteroid Space Mission and the Impact Hazard

    Can Earth be hit by an asteroid at any time? To find the answer, join us at Evergreen Valley College's Free Monthly Public Astronomy Talk, on Friday, August 12 ...

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  • The Search for Planets beyond our Solar System | Dr. Adam Schneider | TEDxWayPublicLibrary

    A postdoctoral researcher at the Ritter Astrophysical Research Center at the University of Toledo, Dr. Adam Schneider discusses his work on the Gemini Planet ...

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  • Western University astronomers predict possible birthplace of Rosetta-probed comet 67P

    When the Rosetta spacecraft successfully touched down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on September 30, 2016, the news was shared globally via ...

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  • Introducing: Planetary Scientist - Prof. Kerri Cahoy

    Cahoy joined EAPS in July 2011 as an Assistant Professor in the Planetary Sciences Program. She received her BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell ...

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  • Worlds: The Kepler Planet Candidates

    This animation shows the 2299 high-quality (multiple transits), non-circumbinary transiting planet candidates found by NASA's Kepler mission so far.

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  • Will asteroids end the world: Dante Lauretta at TEDxTucsonSalon

    Dante Lauretta is a Professor of Planetary Science and Cosmochemistry at the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. He received a B.S. in ...

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  • An update on 'Shaping the surface of Mars' (SETI Chats)

    A live hangout ON-Air with SETI Institute postdoctoral fellow Simone Silvestro, SETI Institute Planetary scientists Lori Fenton and Adrian Brown for a discussion ...

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  • Water on Mars_London Lecture_October 2016

    Our perception of Mars has changed over the many centuries we have observed it. Mars was once thought of as an Earth-like world, with forests and oceans, ...

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  • Finding Earth's Twin

    Among the methods astronomers have used to discover extra solar planets, the most successful is a technique called transit photometry. It measures changes in ...

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  • The Postdoc, the Elephant Seal and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current

    Dr. Fabien Roquet is a postdoc working with Prof. Carl Wunsch. His research seeks to understand the energetics of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.

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  • Searching for Life in Distant Solar Systems | Nathan Mayne | TEDxTruro

    We know many other planets exist, orbiting distant stars. These exoplanets are common and a huge number are likely to be 'Earth-like'. Nathan will explore our ...

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  • Tracking Creeping Plates from Space

    Mike Floyd (http://web.mit.edu/mfloyd/www/), a postdoc in the Department of Earth, Atmopheric, and Planetary Sciences at MIT, uses GPS to track the vanishingly ...

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  • Expedition to Antarctica: A Holiday Greeting

    On January 26, 2015, a group of alumni joined Barbara Schaal, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, aboard the M.S. Le Boréal to Antarctica, an important site ...

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  • The postdoc, high-altitude donkeys, and a tectonic squeeze-box

    Nick van Buer is an EAPS postdoctoral associate working in Oliver Jagoutz's Group. Jagoutz, a geochemist and "island-arc" expert, was the lure that brought van ...

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  • How to Find Earth-Like Planets in Far-Away Solar Systems

    Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/10/01/Bethany_Cobb_In_Galileos_Footsteps Bethany Cobb, a UC Berkeley postdoctoral fellow, discusses NASA's Kepler ...

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  • Neil deGrasse Tyson - The Discovery Of Alien Planets -The Study Of Paintings - Spiders. Science NOVA

    Neil deGrasse Tyson (/ˈniːl dəˈɡræs ˈtaɪsən/; born October 5, 1958) is an American astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, and science communicator.

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  • What Planet Is Super Mario World? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

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  • Public Lecture | Pictures of Other Worlds: Exploring the Atmospheres of Exoplanets

    In less than two decades, scientists have discovered more than a thousand planets orbiting other stars. Now we know that our solar system is not alone -- but we ...

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  • At the intersection of biology and physics in the ocean

    Mick Follows is a Senior Research Scientist in the Program in Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate (http://eaps-www.mit.edu/paoc), part of the Department of Earth ...

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  • Introducing 2016 Crosby Fellow Lily Momper

    Scientists have come to understand that microscopic and single celled organisms have completely dominated Earth's systems and cycles throughout ...

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  • 2015 L'Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellow, Dr. Sarah Ballard

    Sarah Ballard is a Torres Fellow in exoplanetary astrophysics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ballard's research focuses on the rapidly evolving ...

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  • A String of Happy Accidents: My Vocation as a Jesuit Brother

    Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno was born in 1952 in Detroit, Michigan. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in 1974 and Master of Science in 1975 in Earth ...

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  • EAPS in Brief: Geology Professor Oliver Jagoutz

    Oliver Jagoutz is an Assistant Professor of Geology concerned with the origin and evolution of the lithosphere. Favoring addressing scientific questions by a ...

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  • Bizarre orbits of minor planets beyond Neptune - Ann Marie Madigan(SETI Talk)

    The major planets in our solar system are on nearly circular orbits in a well-defined disk plane. The minor planets, however, take very different paths around the ...

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  • NASA SCIENCE UPDATE: Europa's Hidden Lakes

    Europa, which is slightly smaller than Earth's moon, is thought to have an iron core, a rocky mantle and an ocean of salty water beneath its frozen surface.

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  • Astronomer (Spitzer Science Center)

    WHAT YOU DO: An astronomer collects data about planets, stars, and galaxies and presents it to other astronomers, then analyzes the astronomical data to ...

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  • CppCon 2014: Mark Maimone "C++ on Mars: Incorporating C++ into Mars Rover Flight Software"

    http://www.cppcon.org -- Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2014 -- One ...

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  • The Ocean, Dust and a Really, Really, Really Clean Lab

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  • Introducing New Faculty: Prof. Tim Cronin

    In this video interview, Tim Cronin who rejoined the department this summer, shares his current research, and path back to EAPS. Cronin received his PhD from ...

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  • Solving a Geological Puzzle in Guatemala

    In November 2010, Museum Curator George E. Harlow embarked on a Constantine S. Niarchos Expedition to the Montagua Valley in central Guatemala, a fault ...

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  • Jack Burns - Exploring the Cosmos from the Moon

    Another lecture in IHMC's award winning lecture series. http://www.ihmc.us The Moon is a unique platform for fundamental astrophysical measurements of ...

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  • NASA | Looking for the Shadows of New Worlds

    Astronomers have used many different methods to discover planets beyond the solar system, but the most successful by far is transit photometry, which ...

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  • Observer-based Science, Menas Kafatos

    The nature of the mind and the subjective experience remain great challenges in modern science and philosophy. Neuroscience assigns mental activity to ...

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  • NASA Earthdata Webinar: Fellowship Opportunities with the NASA Postdoctoral Program

    Interested in a NASA Postdoctoral Fellowship? The NASA Postdoctoral Program offers scientists and engineers unique opportunities to conduct research at ...

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  • The Ground Beneath Her Feet

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  • Young Star and Its Infant Planet Artist's animation

    Astronomers have discovered the youngest fully formed exoplanet ever detected. The discovery was made using NASA's Kepler Space Telescope and its ...

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  • The Museum's Science Research Mentoring Program

    As a participant in the Museum's Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP), high school junior Gavriela Carver spends up to four hours each week during ...

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