The NASA Lunar Science Institute (NLSI) is pleased to announce Jack Burn’s Interdisciplinary Lunar Science Graduate Seminar. Broadcast from the University of Colorado, it is available to you remotely through the internet and telephone. We invite you to take advantage of this opportunity to learn about lunar research and interact with your colleagues.

We would like to invite you this week to participate remotely in our Interdisciplinary Lunar Science graduate seminar broadcast from the University of Colorado on Tuesday, April 6 at 6 pm EST, 5 pm CST, 4 pm MST, and 3 pm PST. For Tuesday’s class, Robert Citron will present “The Poles of the Moon” as part of our studies of Science of the Moon.

The associated paper with the same title as the talk is by Paul Lucey and can be found at http://lunar.colorado.edu/~jaburns/astr5835/files/ELEM_v5n1_Lucey.pdf.

Participation Instructions:

You can listen to the presentation using the toll-free teleconference number: 800-504-8071
Passcode: 4920963#

To see the presentation slides real-time during the presentation, click on the following link.

http://connect.arc.nasa.gov/r28366595/

For more information about the seminars, please go to: http://lunar.colorado.edu/~jaburns/astr5835/

Posted by: Soderman/NLSI Staff
Source: NLSI Teams

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