On this week's episode, Manchester's Ricci Bahia talks about how we know so much about Martian rivers.
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In memory of the passing Larry Taylor - a titian of lunar science - a special issue in GCA has been published. There is a fantastic array of papers in this issue ranging from terrestrial diamonds to Martian volcanism that are worth checking out!
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On Friday the RAS held a very successful meeting looking back at the last 50 years of lunar research in UK!
the 2nd British Planetary Sciences Conference will be held in Oxford, 13-15 January 2020.
Abstract submissions are open, and can be submitted until 11th November.
See bpsc2020.uk for more information!
Next Friday (11th October), the RAS are hosting a specialist discussion meeting:
A century of lunar science and exploration in the UK: historical perspective on the last 50 years and vision for the next 50 years
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The Cosmic Cast is a weekly planetary science podcast from the team at the University of Manchester and they are back for a second season! This week we have a catch up about what we got up to over the summer. Tom and Marissa passed the 1st year of their PhDs, Ricci talks about his post-doc, and John published a paper!
If you liked this check out season 1 here:
Fixed-term post-doc in isotope geochemisrty currently available. Deadline is on 15th October
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The September publication digest is out, check it out here:
September 2019 Digest
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