E-poster for the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference is now uploaded, and can be accessed online at: https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2019/eposter/2649.pdf Stop by my poster on Thursday night if you’d like to chat about comet dust, oxygen isotopes, or anything Cosmochemistry related!
Check out our e-poster that was presented at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference last week: Chemical, mineralogical, and isotopic characterization of terminal particles from Stardust tracks. We investigated seven tracks returned from the Stardust mission, and investigated the small comet particles using a wide variety of techniques. We found many sulfide grains, as well … More Characterization of terminal particles from Stardust
On Tuesday at LPSC 2017, I presented my latest results on the redox conditions for formation of Al-rich chondrules. Al-chondrules are important to planetary science as they represent some of the earliest formed materials in the Solar System; however, the environmental conditions and mechanisms of formation remain largely unknown. You can check out a high-res … More Aluminum-rich chondrules formed under reducing conditions in the solar nebula