Science Update on Mercury Flyby
A panel of scientists who have worked on the MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) mission talked about the most recent MESSENGER fly-by of Mercury. They answered questions from the audience.
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Brian Anderson Project Scientist NASA->Mercury Program
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Marilyn Lindstron Program Scientist NASA->Mercury Program
Mark Robinson Scientist NASA->Mercury Program
Ron Vervack Scientist NASA->Mercury Program
Maria T. Zuber Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Geophysics
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