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Women's History Month

Women's History Month

DTM is celebrating Women's History Month all througout the month of March by highlighting all women scientists in the department.

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Job Opening: Astronomy Data Analyst

Job Opening: Astronomy Data Analyst

We solicit candidates for a one year, full-time, data analyst position for work in the area of multi-wavelength studies of stellar flares. The data analyst will help operate data pipelines, measure flare frequencies and energies, maintain a database, and assist with research papers on the results.

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February 2019 Letter from the Director

February 2019 Letter from the Director

The newsletter comes back this month with the latest updates on Earth and Planetary sciences from Director Rick Carlson.

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Dates, Speakers Announced for Spring 2019 Neighborhood Lecture Series

Dates, Speakers Announced for Spring 2019 Neighborhood Lecture Series

The 2019 Spring Neighborhood Lectures feature talks about Earth's climate, gravity as a probe for magma, and shocking minerals.

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Top High School STEM Students Visit Carnegie BBR Campus

Top High School STEM Students Visit Carnegie BBR Campus

Some of the nation's top high school students interested in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) visited the Carnegie Institution for Science Broad Branch Road (BBR) Campus on February 14 for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM) and Geophysical Laboratory (GL) research facilities.

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Video: Scott Sheppard's Planet X Capital Science Evening Lecture

Video: Scott Sheppard's Planet X Capital Science Evening Lecture

DTM's Scott Sheppard presented a talk titled, "Beyond Pluto: The Hunt for a Massive Planet X," at the Carnegie Institution for Science headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, February 21.

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