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Vitally impacting the future - today.
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The focus of studies conducted by the Center for Lunar and Asteroid Surface Science for NASA SSERVI include studies of the physical properties of regolith; microgravity effects, impact ejecta, dynamics, hydration and weathering of near Earth asteroids, and charging and mobilization of dust.
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This episode will feature special guest Tim Glotch of Stonybrook University and introduce the science and education programs associated with RIS4.

You can catch our entire series by clicking the videos link above. The CLSE Hangout series explores the modern Lunar exploration as we consider the science, technology, training, and education that are required to understand our nearest neighbor and prepare for the eventual return of mankind.
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This episode will feature special guest William Farrell and will take you on a tour de force of those diffuse atmospheres lurking around asteroids, the Moon, and Mars. 

You can catch our entire series by clicking the videos link above. The CLSE Hangout series explores the modern Lunar exploration as we consider the science, technology, training, and education that are required to understand our nearest neighbor and prepare for the eventual return of mankind.
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In addition to the Bellaire team at the Forum, we also displayed three other teams' posters: Academy High School (TX), Academy of the Holy Angels (NJ), and Cliffside Park High School (NJ).
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They were also shown around the SETI Institute by Dr. Seth Shostak.
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The Exploration Science Forum wasn't all work; the team was also given a great tour of facilities at NASA Ames, including the Vertical Gun Range.
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Here is the Bellaire team discussing their research with Dr. Andy Rivkin, PI of the VORTICES SSERVI team.
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Here is the Bellaire team's poster on display at NASA Ames.
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So it's a bit late, but congrats to the Bellaire High School ExMASS team! They placed third in the student poster competition at the 2015 Exploration Science Forum in July. You can view a recording of their two-minute lightning round talk at https://ac.arc.nasa.gov/p6yyqr83uvd/.
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