Life on Enceladus & Europa?
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Old Girl in Mt. Lemmon Observatory and it’s not a threat
Earth is so far unique in the cosmos. No place like home!
New moon and planet colissions
Students can join the hunt for TNO occultations and more about 2016 LV47
Reviewing radar astronomy for near-Earth asteroids imaging and characterization, with a particular focus on targets of past, current, and future space missions.
Let’s talk about some existential threats we face and ways we could recover, starting with the Sword of Damocles hanging over our heads: killer asteroids.
Meteorites on Earth as well as the cratering on Moon, Mercury, Mars, and other bodies suggest that our solar system was born wild and stayed that way for a while.