planetary geoscience

planetary geoscience

[′plan·ə‚ter·ē ¦jē·ō′sī·əns]
(geology)
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Fraeman wound up going to college for physics and geology, then earning her PhD in planetary geoscience. Since 2016, she has served as the deputy project scientist for the Opportunity mission.
(https://theconversation.com/profiles/david-rothery-121323) David Rothery , Professor of Planetary Geosciences, (http://theconversation.com/institutions/the-open-university-748) The Open University
David Rothery, professor of planetary geosciences at The Open University in Britain, said yesterday's quake was 30 times more powerful than the one on Thursday night.
The ash cloud was unlikely to spread much further under current conditions, said David Rothery, Professor of Planetary Geosciences at Britain's Open University.
"The current activity has the potential to produce pyroclastic flows, which are fast-moving, ground-hugging currents of ash and hot air," said David Rothery, Professor of Planetary Geosciences at Britain's Open University.
David Rothery, professor of planetary geosciences at the Open University, said a malfunction prevented the lander from beaming information back to Earth.
David Rothery, professor of planetary geosciences at the Open University, said he believed pictures will be published today proving that the spacecraft's lander successfully touched down on the Red Planet in 2003 but that a malfunction prevented it from beaming information back to Earth.
They turned to Head and Ken Ramsley, a visiting researcher in Brown's planetary geosciences group.

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