Podcaster: Dr. Pamela Gay
Title: The Daily Space – Martian Dunes, Carina Nebula, Nobel Prize in Physics, WGBH NOVA Labs
Research from our home Planetary Science Institute shows that the dune fields on Mars provide solid evidence for lithification and burial. Plus, Carina Nebula has been imaged with adaptive optics and looks amazing! And we take a look at the winners of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics.
Also we have an interview with Daryl Choa Producer of WGBH’s NOVA Labs digital online learning platform for teenagers.
Bio: Dr. Pamela Gay is a Senior Scientist at Planetary Science Institute and a Director of CosmoQuest.
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