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New Center research presented at Meteoritical Society Meeting

This July, several members, alumni, and affiliates of the Center for Meteorite Studies presented new findings at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society in Sapporo, Japan.

The Center's presentations covered a broad range of topics in meteoritics and cosmochemistry, including water on Mars, aubrites, ureilites, meteorites from the moon, carbonaceous chondrites, and processes in the Early Solar System.

Click on the abstract title links below to learn more about our current research!

MetSoc 2019
Doctoral Candidate Zack Torrano, Doctoral Candidate Soumya Ray, School of Earth and Space Exploration Director Meenakshi Wadhwa, Center Alumna Prajkta Mane (currently Postdoctoral Fellow at Johnson Space Center), and Doctoral Candidate Emilie Dunham at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society in Sapporo, Japan.

E.T. Dunham, M.-C. Liu, A.T. Hertwig, S.J. Desch, and M. Wadhwa
 
S. Ray, M. Wadhwa, V.K. Rai, and L.A.J. Garvie
 
K. Nagashima, G. Libourel, D.L. Schrader, and A.N. Krot
 
S.J. Desch, J.G. O'Rourke, L.K. Schaefer, T.G. Sharp, and D.L. Schrader
 
M. Boyet, D.L. Schrader, M. Wadhwa, L. Ferrière, A. Bouvier
 
D.L. Schrader and T.J. Zega
 
H. Busemann, D.L. Schrader, C.M.O'D. Alexander, M. Kuga, and C. Maden
 
J. Davidson, M. Wadhwa, and R.L. Hervig
 
Z.A. Torrano, V.K. Rai, and M. Wadhwa