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'It’s Like Being an Archaeologist But for the Solar System'

'It’s Like Being an Archaeologist But for the Solar System'

Maximilien Verdier-Paoletti talks about his cosmochemical research and how he became what could be compared to an archaeologist—but for the Solar System.

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Smithsonian to Share Erik Hauri’s Rocks with Scientific Community

Smithsonian to Share Erik Hauri’s Rocks with Scientific Community

The Smithsonian Institutions’ Department of Mineral Sciences visited DTM in mid-March, late May, and early June to coordinate the acquisition of the late Erik Hauri’s rock collection.

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Congress Introduces the Vera Rubin Survey Telescope Designation Act

Congress Introduces the Vera Rubin Survey Telescope Designation Act

On June 11, Chairwoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) and Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón (R-PR) introduced H.R. 3196, the “Vera Rubin Survey Telescope Designation Act.”

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Postdoc Spotlight: Looking at Planetary System Evolution with Meredith MacGregor

Postdoc Spotlight: Looking at Planetary System Evolution with Meredith MacGregor

Postdoc Meredith MacGregor takes us through her journey from kindergarten science fairs to stars trillions of miles away.

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Review of Alan Boss's New Book on Washington Post

Review of Alan Boss's New Book on Washington Post

Read via the Washington Post: Book review of "Universal Life: An Inside Look Behind the Race to Discover Life Beyond Earth" by Staff Scientist Alan Boss, Past Chair of NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group.

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Helen Janiszewski: A Subduction Zone Scientist On the Rise

Helen Janiszewski: A Subduction Zone Scientist On the Rise

DTM postdoc Helen Janiszewski discusses her time at DTM, a first-of-a-kind community experiment, and what she envisions for the field of seismology.

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