We are teaching and traveling with the start of the semester. Since John has no solid cell phone signal at a conference in New Hampshire and Shannon is swimming in lecturing, we wanted to share one of our favorite interviews from this year!
This week a special guest takes us to the moon by talking about lunar rocks and meteorites! The moon turns out to be a fascinating place, but probably won’t break up like in Seveneves.
Borg, L. E., Gaffney, A. M., and Shearer, C. K. (2015) A Review of Lunar Chronology Revealing a Preponderance of 4.34–4.37 Ga Ages, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, v. 50, p. 715–732, doi: 10.1111/maps.12373.
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