By: Nancy Raskauskas | Posted the | October 22, 2010 | Comments off
CORVALLIS - Steve Squyres, a planetary scientist, geologist and principal investigator for the Mars Exploration Rover Project, will present the Conference 2010 Thomas Condon extends on Wednesday, November 10 at Oregon State University.
The Conference is free and open to the public and is intended for an audience of non-specialists.It is entitled "" itinerant March: exploring the red planet, spirit and Opportunity. ""
The presentation begins at 7: 30 a.m. in the Auditorium du Centre de Stewart LaSells Austin campus OSU.La Conference Condon, named after a pioneer of the geology of Eastern Oregon, helps to interpret the important work of scientific research for the audiences.
Squyres is Goldwin Smith Professor of astronomy at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.Over the last decade, he led the scientific programme led by two planetary robotics unmanned vehicles named "Spirit" and "Opportunity."
These robots have landed on March 2003 and sent to the images of the Earth and other scientific data that have fundamentally changed our understanding of mars.Squyres is best known for his research on the history and the distribution of water on the red planet, as well as Europe, a satellite of Jupiter.
Squyres will also be presenting more technical on the theme of the Conference of Moore George.Cet event be be Thursday, November 11 at 4 p.m. in the Auditorium of the Gilfillan, sponsored by the Department of geology of the USO.
-David Stauth, Oregon State University
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