We invite contributions to an AGU session highlighting recent work using LRO data.
In over seven years of operation, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has returned a vast quantity of data collected across the Moon. These data are revolutionizing our view of fundamental processes that operate throughout the Solar System – some that are ongoing today and others that are billions of years old. The longevity of LRO has uniquely enabled the innovative use of its instrument suite to address new questions, including those of contemporary processes (e.g., impact cratering, volatile migration) with changes observable by LRO and broad implications for other planetary bodies. This session will highlight research that makes use of (or otherwise benefits from) LRO data.
Submit an abstract to this session.
Brett Denevi, Ben Greenhagen, Julie Stopar, and Noah Petro