I’m late on the posts I’d like to write. So here are some pictures taken at the Johnson Space Center and in Galveston while I walked around after the Vesta in the Light of Dawn meeting in February.
Next week I will be in the Woodlands, close to Houston (USA), for our annual big conference, the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. I will present a talk on Vesta and a poster on the Moon. See you on Monday morning, 9:15, in the Montgomery Ballroom for my talk!
On February 3-4, I will be in Houston, at the Lunar and Planetary Institute, to attend the Vesta in the Light of Dawn workshop. I will present our results associated to the abstract entitled Adapted Modified Gaussian Model: no detection of olivine in regions predicted to be mantle-rich from models of planet-scale collisions. The pdf file can be found here.
During the last two days, I did a live report on Twitter on the progress of high pressure deformation experiments using synchrotron radiation. For convenience, I chose to tweet in French. Consequently, the full report and the pictures can be found only on the French version of this page.
As in July 2012 (see this post), I will follow again Elodie Amiguet and Nadège Hilairet on high-pressure experiments. From August 19th to 23th, I will be at APS, in Chicago, to follow a deformation-DIA experiment on GSECARS beamline. Let’s revive #HPexp!