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50th Anniversary of the Arizona State University Center for Meteorite Studies!

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Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to a series of events celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Arizona State University Center for Meteorite Studies! Please join us for a symposium, reception, public lecture and Meteor Crater field trip October 21-22, 2011. The deadline to register for the Symposium and Field Trip this Friday, September 16, 2011!

Symposium - Meteoritics and Cosmochemistry: Past, Present and Future

Friday, October 21, 9 AM - 4 PM

Gerald Wasserburg Meteoritics and Cosmochemistry: A Retrospective and Highlights

Donald Burnett Importance of Sample Return Missions to the Advancement of Cosmochemistry

Andrew Davis The Role of Analytical Advances in the Advancement of Cosmochemistry

Caroline Smith Meteoritics: The Significance of Collection and Curation on the State of the Field

Philip Christensen The Complementarity of Remote-sensing and Laboratory Analyses in Planetary Science

Timothy McCoy Meteoritics: Where will we be in 2061?

Reception - Immediately following the Symposium

Friday, October 21, 4 PM

Public Lecture - Dawn: A Journey to the Birth of the Solar System

Friday, October 21, 7 PM

Timothy McCoy, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and Dawn Science Team Member

Guided Field Trip to Meteor Crater

Saturday, October 22

Take advantage of the opportunity to gain unique access to the best-preserved impact crater on Earth with expert guides!

Space is limited for each event! The Symposium and Field Trip registration deadlines are this Friday, September 16, 2011! Learn more about each event and register at:


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Wonder who is going to the symposium???? Wendy and I have tickets.


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