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  • Ahrens, Caitlin; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1574-112X; Chevrier, Vincent; Roe, Larry (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2018)
    Focuses on the development, generation, and processes of icy satellites, planets/dwarf planets, KBOs, etc. includes contributions pertaining to specific themes: The rheology and composition of such objects; Interior and ...
  • Lunar and Planetary Institute (Lunar and Planetary Innstitute., 1986)
    The scientific discussions focused on two general areas of research: chemical and physical processes in the earliest history of the general areas of research, and general principles of magmatic process applicable both to ...
  • Cutler, K. S.; Filiberto, Justin; https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5058-1905; Treiman, Allan H.; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8073-2839; Trang, David (American Astronomical Society, 2020-06-10)
    Alteration of basalt on the surface of Venus should be dominated by nanophase hematite and sulfate coatings, but the timescale of oxidation and how that affects spectroscopic measurements has not been extensively studied. ...
  • Donaldson, Colin H.; Usselman, Thomas M.; Williams, Richard J.; Lofgren, Gary E. (Pergamon Press, 1975)
    An analog of the Apollo 12 olivine vitrophyres has been crystallized in a 1-atm gas-mixing furnace at cooling rates ranging between 1250 and 0.7°/hr and isothermally at degrees of supercooling ranging from 10°C to 325°C. ...
  • Irving, Anthony J.; Merrill, Russell B.; Singleton, Donald E. (Pergamon Press, 1978)
    The present study was undertaken to measure partition coefficients for two rare earth elements (Sm and Tm) and Sc among armalcolite, ilmenite, olivine and liquid coexisting in a system modeled on high-Ti mare basalt 74275.
  • Usselman, Thomas M.; Lofgren, Gary E.; Donaldson, Colin H.; Williams, Richard J. (Pergamon Press, 1975)
    The purpose of this study was twofold: (1) to investigate the low-pressure equilibrium phase relations of a synthetic HT basalt composition as a function of oxygen fugacity (f 0 2), and (2) to develop petrographic criteria ...
  • Lofgren, Gary E.; Donaldson, Colin H.; Williams, Richard J.; Mullins, Jr., Oscar; Usselman, Thomas M. (Pergamon Press, 1974)
    An analog of the Apollo 15 quartz-normative basalts (also called pyroxene-phyric basalts) has been experimentally crystallized at a variety of linear cooling rates between 1250 and 1°C/hr at one atmosphere total pressure ...
  • Hinze, William J.; Braile, L. W.; Von Frese, R.; Lidiak, E. G.; Denison, Rodger E.; Keller, G. Randy (George Randy), 1946-; Roy, Robert F.; Swanberg, Chandler A.; Aiken, Carlos L. V.; Morgan, P.; Gosnold, William D. (Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1986-02)
    Volume 1 consists of an introduction, a geologic overview of the Midcontinent, and data acquisition and evaluation. Volume 2 contains a section on conceptual models for hot dry rock geothermal exploration; local test site ...
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Take an interactive tour of one of the largest objects in the asteroid belt. Explore the mountain, Ahuna Mons, and other surface features. Examine a meteorite, and separate it into segments to inspect its internal structure.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Explore the icy shell of Jupiter's moon--Europa. Interact with a 3D model of the surface of this ocean world and explore its high resolution terrains.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Escape to the Red Planet and interact with a 3D model of Mars. Observe the transition from a wet planet early in its history to the dry world we see today. View locations of past landing sites and the top three targets for ...
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Experience Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, in immersive augmented reality. Step onto Pluto’s surface and take in the spectacular views of the al-Idrisi mountains and Elliot crater.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Take a virtual journey to Saturn and its seven largest moons with 3D visualizations, featuring Dione, Enceladus, Iapetus, Mimas, Rhea, Tethys, and Titan.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Discover surface features of Earth’s nearest neighbor by interacting with a 3D model of the Moon. View the Apollo 11 command module up close from the inside and out.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2001)
    A youth activity program handbook divided into eight sessions, complete with activities, resources and NASA handouts.
  • Unknown author (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2012)
    Explore! Jupiter's Family Secrets will acquaint you with Jupiter and NASA's upcoming Juno mission! The activities showcase how the Juno mission will unveil Jupiter's deepest secrets, including clues about how our solar ...
  • Ballard, Yolanda; Halligan, Eve; LaConte, Keliann; Shaner, Andrew; Shipp, Stephanie, 1964- (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2013)
    Explore: Life on Mars? will introduce children to and engage them in the science of life in the universe (i.e., astrobiology) and Mars.
  • Treiman, Allan H.; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8073-2839; Kiefer, Walter S.; https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6741-5460 (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1997)
    A NASA Education Brief on Mars exploration.
  • Unknown author (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Space Science, Solar System Exploration Division, Office of Human Resources and Education, Education Division, 1997)
    The study of meteorites provides a unifying theme that links almost every aspect of Earth and planetary science with mathematics, physics, chemistry and even biology. The activities are divided into units based on key ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Lunar Science and Exploration, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Universities Space Research Association, 2012)
    Rocks in the mountains of Montana tell a story of the Moon's history.

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