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Other Useful Resources

Readings

The Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon; National Research Council, 2007

Defending Planet Earth: Near-Earth-Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies; National Research Council, 2010

NASA Lunar/Asteroid Programs

Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute

Lunar Quest

Asteroid Initiative

Jet Propulsion Laboratory Near-Earth Object Office

Scientist Presentations

Examples and Consequences of NEA Impacts
Dr. David Kring, Lunar and Planetary Institute
April 25, 2014

Physical Properties of NEAs
Dr. Dan Britt, University of Central Florida
April 11, 2014

Asteroid Grand Challenge: Virtual Seminar Series

The Colorful Moon: What is the Moon Made of?
Dr. Rachel Klima, Johns Hopkins University
February 19, 2013

Sculptured Hills: Implications for the Relative Age of Serenitatis, Basin Chronologies, and the Cratering History of the Moon
Dr. Paul Spudis, Lunar and Planetary Institute
January 23, 2012

The Center for Lunar Science and Exploration and the Lunar Cataclysm
Dr. David Kring, Lunar and Planetary Institute
November 30, 2011

NASA Desert RATS
Dr. Jacob Bleacher, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
September 6, 2011

Videos/Animations

Lunar and Planetary Institute: From the Earth to the Moon
Lunar and Planetary Institute: Lunar Surface Flyovers
Why go back to the Moon? (YouTube)
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter: Tour of the Moon (YouTube
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter: Evolution of the Moon (YouTube)
NASA Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio

Scientific Presentation Tips

Creating a 10-15 Minute Scientific Presentation
Tips on Designing Effective Posters

Science Career Information

Institutions Granting PhDs in Earth/Planetary Sciences
Career Advice from the American Astronomical Society

 

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