Astromaterials SME & Lunar Curator Shares How Lunar Samples Connect the Past, Present & Future
On March 11, 2020, Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) Deputy Apollo Curator, Dr. Juliane Gross, shared details about how lunar sample investigations, including ANGSA & the recently opened core sample, studies of other Apollo samples & meteorites continue to contribute to knowledge about the Moon.
The event reached ~485 student and educator live participants and 504+ archived participants across 18 states.
Numerous Science Activation partner audiences were reached including Solar System Ambassadors, Museum staff, Librarians, as well as classroom teachers and their students (grades 3- 12).
"I am so glad you offer these opportunities. Even the archive is useful."
"Thank you for offering insight into how Apollo moon rock investigations have occurred in the past, and continue to evolve today."
"The scientist was a great mentor for females who want to become scientists She was awesome!"
"This was an excellent webinar! The material was presented in a way the students could understand. The presenter was obviously excited and passionate about the subject! LOVED IT!"