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MESSENGER Results Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
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MESSENGER Results Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
Release Date: December 15, 2011
Topics: EPPS, GRNS, Hollows, MAG, MASCS, MLA, NAC, Volcanism, WAC, XRS



The MESSENGER team presented 63 papers on scientific results from orbital data of Mercury at the American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting last week, December 5-9. MESSENGER's Principal Investigator, Sean Solomon, presented an overview of the new results for the Shoemaker Lecture, named for one of the founders of planetary science, Gene Shoemaker.

P41E : Shoemaker Lecture from American Geophysical Union on Vimeo.



MESSENGER's two oral sessions (P43E Mercury: The View from Orbit II and III) can also be viewed in the American Geophysical Union's archive.


Credit: American Geophysical Union


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