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A new reception gallery exhibit, Surface Processes: From Accretion Through Habitability, is on display in the USRA-Houston building, highlighting the work of LPI Staff Scientist Dr. Edgard G. Rivera-Valentín.
The next presentation in the 2018-2019 Cosmic Explorations Speaker Series will take place this Thursday, November 15. Dr. Fran Bagenal of the University of Colorado Boulder will present “NASA’s Juno Mission: What’s New at Jupiter?” The lecture will take place on Thursday, November 15 at 7:30 pm in the lecture hall at the LPI, and as always, it’s free and open to the public. The presentation will also be streamed live through the USRA Ustream channel.
Check out NASA’s many podcasts, including On a Mission, The Invisible Network, Welcome to the Rocket Ranch, Gravity Assist, Houston We Have a Podcast, This Week @ NASA, and more. Find out the latest in space science news.
Find out about the amazing things people are doing with HiRISE data. Check out the “Made with HiRISE” feature on the HiRISE website.
The Lunar and Planetary Institute’s Augmented Reality (AR) app and poster series provides an interactive tour of the asteroid belt, the Moon, Mars, Saturn, Pluto, and Europa. Download the free augmented reality (AR) space science app on your mobile device. Then launch the app, point your camera at an interactive poster and immerse yourself in the virtual world of space through your mobile device touch screen. The interactive posters are available online to view, download, and print.
What’s up in the night sky this month? November brings planets, an asteroid, a comet, and the Leonids.
Issue 154 of the Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin is now available. The feature story is “Hayabusa2: Bringing Home a Mystery.”
On a Mission, a podcast of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, presents Episode 1, The Danger of Going to Mars, featuring Dr. Bruce Banerdt, the scientist leading the InSight mission to Mars.