After NASA Night at the 2012 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, Texas, a group of young scientists (most of us just out of graduate school) met to discuss what we could do both in the near and far term to revive NASA's ability to continue the flagship mission program we would all like to see in our future.
I'm writing at a ridiculously late hour in my hotel room in Houston, the night before the start of the 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. LPSC (as it is usually referred to -- and I am usually very good about not using acr... Read Post
Hey planetary scientists! Many of you know that the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) is a great meeting in a venue that is perfect except for one thing: Internet access is positively lousy. So I'm really excited that a ... Read Post
by Matt Siegler "May you live in interesting times"- Ancient Chinese curse We're here at the 2012 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, Texas. The night before last, we saw the "NASA Night" presentation, explaining a se... Read Post