Lunar Science at Rutgers University and NASA Johnson Space Center: Connecting the Past, Present, and Future through Apollo samples
The School of Arts and Sciences invites you to the second “Scarlet Speakers in the Heart of Your Home” event on Thursday, April 23 at 12:00. “Lunar science at Rutgers University and NASA Johnson Space Center: connecting the past, present, and future through Apollo samples” will be presented virutally by Juliane Gross, PhD, NASA Early Career Fellow, Associate Professor -Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University.
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Currently Deputy Curator for Apollo Samples at NASA Johnson Space Center, Rutgers Professor Gross researches the formation of planetary bodies such as the Moon, Mars, and asteroids by studying the mineralogy and geochemistry of planetary samples returned by missions or delivered as meteorites. At NASA, she helps to preserve and distribute samples from the Moon for scientific studies. One of the three women who opened Apollo Samples in 2019 for NASA’s Apollo Next Generation Sample Analysis (ANGSA) program, she currently leads efforts on the ANGSA preliminary examination.