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Sept. 27th to Oct. 11th 2007

By Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
Oct 1, 2007 - 10:52:05 AM


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Thursday September 27th - Robert Loux, Executive Director of the Nevada Agency for Nuclear Projects, which is a branch of the Office of the Governor of the State of Nevada. We will discuss the recent earthquake faults found underneath the Yucca Mountain nuclear project.
Nuclear Article:

Tuesday October 2nd - Sebastian Honig, PhD (candidate) in astronomy at the Max-Planck-Institute for Radio-astronomy (Bonn, Germany). Sebastian is the "finder" of the recent SOHO first ever video 'periodic comet'. Hoenig realized that the two comets were so similar in orbit that they might actually be the same object. To test his theory, he calculated a combined orbit for the comet, and consequently predicted that it would return on 11 September 2007. Sebastian's prediction proved to be extremely accurate - the comet reappeared in SOHO's LASCO camera right on schedule, and has now been given the official designation of P/2007 R5 (SOHO).
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Thursday October 4th - Professor Peter Schultz - Dr. Schultz is a Planetary Geology, Brown University and NASA contractor. He is the lead scientist in the recent released study indicating a massive asteroid impact occurred approximately 12,900 years ago. Dr. Schultz is a leading expert in the study of celestial impact cratering on Venus and Earth; experimental studies of impact processes; volcanic and tectonic modification of impact craters; evolution of martian surface processes.
Asteroid Impact:
Tuesday October 9th - Dr. Harry Y. McSween - NASA lead scientist of 'DAWN' mission. Dr. McSween is the co-investigator on the Dawn mission, which will orbit and study two of the largest asteroids, Vesta and Ceres. The asteroids are distinct: Vesta is differentiated, and is the parent body for many achondritic meteorites; Ceres is primitive, and may experienced aqueous alteration processes. We have recently determined a new method of interpreting element ratios to be measured by the gamma ray/neutron detector on Dawn, by comparison to HED meteorites thought to be derived from Vesta. DAWN Mission:

Thursday October 11th - Lucy McFadden - NASA "Deep Impact" and "Dawn" Mission Scientist. Lucy is an Associate Research Scientist for the University of Maryland Astronomy Department and an expert on reflectance spectroscopy. She has published many papers in professional journals and books, held several elected positions and committee appointments, and is the recipient of multiple awards. NASA 'Dawn' Mission:

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