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The Golden Age of Solar System Exploration, Lecture by Emily Lakdawalla
Tom Tamlyn
post Oct 11 2017, 04:29 PM
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Last night Emily Lakdawalla gave a lecture at the University of Rhode Island on The Golden Age of Solar System Exploration. It will shortly be archived at the website for the URI Honors Program. http://stream.uri.edu/archived-events/2017...ors-colloquium/

The general subject matter will be familiar to most of the members here (although it contained some things that were new to me), but I found her selection and synthesis of the material fresh and illuminating, and brilliantly presented. Highly recommended.
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post Oct 11 2017, 06:20 PM
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A link to the lecture is now up at a different URI website. http://myvideo.uri.edu/Mediasite/Showcase/...e194ff40f024b1d
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