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EPL at AGU 2020

EPL at AGU 2020

This year, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting will be held online from December 1-17, 2020. EPL scientists will be presenting their latest scientific discoveries in areas including seismology, planetary science, geochemistry, and cosmochemistry. 

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Deja Lu...nar? Why Does Water on the Moon Sound Familiar?

NASA illustration depicts water trapped in the lunar soil of the Moon's Clavius Crater and an image of NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). Credits: NASA/Daniel Rutter

NASA kept the scientific community on the edge of its collective seat regarding “exciting news” about the Moon and speculation filled the Twitterverse for a week. But the big reveal may have left you with a sense of deja vu.  

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Carnegie Alum Jackie Faherty Wins Vera Rubin Early Career Prize

Postdocs Jackie Faherty and Johanna Teske pose with Staff Astronomer Alycia Weinberger

Earth & Planets Laboratory (EPL) congratulates alum Jackie Faherty, who recently received the American Astronomical Society’s 2020 Vera Rubin Early Career Prize. 

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September 2020 - Letter from the Directors

September Letter from the Directors

In September 2020 we celebrated our postdocs and found new ways to connect with the world, including our newly-virtual Neighborhood Lecture Series. 

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More than 300 Attend Virtual Presentation of "Earth's First Crust"

Screen Shot from Earths First Crust NLS Event

On September 24, 2020, Richard Carlson, Director of the Earth & Planets Laboratory (EPL), presented Earth's First Crust to a virtual crowd of more than 300 participants.

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Life on Venus? Six Carnegie Scientists Respond

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The September 2020 announcement that scientists found phosphine gas on Venus set off a buzz of excitement across the scientific world, leaving one question in the minds of many spectators: Did we just discover signs of life on Venus? Six Carnegie scientists respond. 

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