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Phil Stooke
post Feb 5 2021, 04:57 AM
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Don't ask me to do anything for a few days, the new LPSC abstracts are out!

https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2021/...021_program.htm


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Phil Stooke
post Mar 8 2021, 09:55 PM
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iposters are now available at the LPSC website, but alas, only for people registered for the conference. Abstracts are open to anyone. If you are registered and find a poster interesting you can save it by choosing 'print' at the bottom of the iposter, and saving it to a PDF file (or, I suppose, by printing it). But beware, iposters will not be archived so do it while you can (I think that means up to 30 days after the conference but I could be wrong so don't procrastinate!)

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