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Don’t get it twisted—unless “it” is the solar magnetic field and you want to produce a coronal mass ejection. Come listen to Prof. Anthony Yeates talk about his work at #AAS234!
Professor James Head III worked for the Apollo program which saw humans first land on the Moon nearly 50 years ago. Find out how we are continuing to explore the Moon and what it can still teach us ahead of his plenary talk at #AAS234. Is it time we went back?
Come ask questions at Dr. Alice Shapley’s #AAS234 talk to learn about interesting events that happened a long time ago, to galaxies far, far away!
Dr. Philip Scherrer has studied our nearest star for over 50 years. In his talk at #AAS234, he’ll tell us about what he’s learned — both about the Sun, and about being a scientist!
Professor Xander Tielens, a chemical physicist and self-described moon child, studies molecules in the interstellar medium as a tool for understanding everything from galaxy evolution to the origin of life. Learn more at his plenary talk at #AAS234.