Planetary Crater Consortium (PCC)
The Planetary Crater Consortium (PCC) formed in 2010 from the merger of the Mars Crater Consortium (MCC), Lunar Crater Consortium (LCC), and Outer Solar System Crater Consortium (OSSCC). The PCC is open to planetary scientists interested in any aspect of impact cratering on solar system bodies (planets, dwarf planets, moons, asteroids, and/or comets), including observational, theoretical, experimental, and numerical modeling studies. The annual meeting is designed to encourage and provide adequate time for in-depth discussion of crater-related issues and research topics to enhance research collaborations.
Some of the participants at the 9th PCC meeting, Aug. 8-10, 2018, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO
Left to right: Michelle Kirchoff (SWRI), Rachel Hoover (SWRI), Michael Zeilnhofer (NAU), Wendy Caldwell (Los Alamos), Kelsi Singer (SWRI), Cathy Plesko (Los Alamos), Nadine Barlow (NAU), Joe Boyce (Univ. HI), Samantha Peel (Univ. TN), Jamie Riggs (Northwestern), Clark Chapman (SWRI), Stuart Robbins (SWRI), Simone Marchi (SWRI), Michael Klear (Launchpad.AI), and Tara Tomlinson (Univ CO Boulder)
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