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51st LPSC, March 2020
Phil Stooke
post Nov 18 2019, 11:33 PM
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Abstract submission begins for the next LPSC today... and I got in fast with abstract number 1001, "Re-mapping the Apollo 17 LRV traverses". I think that means I was the first to submit. One of the benefits of being supposedly retired... The website had said it would start tomorrow, but it was available today. It's not about quality, it's about being first!

There will be sessions on exploring the lunar south pole, Curiosity in the Glen Torridon, asteroids Bennu and Ryugu ..... and much more. Be there or be extremely square.

OK, UMSF members planning to attend... let's see if we can get together.

Phil


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marsbug
post Mar 18 2020, 08:36 AM
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That's very cool!


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