Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXIX

We are heading down to Texas today for the 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC)! This conference is one of the biggest annual gatherings of planetary scientists, and there are sure to be lots of interesting results. We will do our best to cover the highlights while we’re there and post about them here. If you’re interested, you can browse the abstracts at this link.
Stay tuned for loads of planetary news!

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3 Comments on “Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXIX”

  1. Kevin Says:

    Your title says 39, and your text, 38. Hmmm. Also, I was looking at Planetary.org and I was very impressed with its setup and how good the articles were. Good stuff.

  2. Ryan Says:

    Ah, that’s what I get for typing too fast. Fixed! And yeah, the Planetary.org blog is awesome.

  3. Kendra Says:

    What talk will Ryan Anderson be doing? Titles only are listed in the link, no authors.


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