Upcoming Astronomy Events
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Mid-Kent Astronomical Society - Prof. Jan-Peter Muller
March 31 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm BST$1 – $3
Mapping the surfaces of Mars and the Moon from orbit and from the surface: a status report
Based on over 30 years experience of working on projects arising from the Mullard Space Science Laboratory's collaboration with the NASA & ESA Lunar and Martian missions, Prof. Muller will illustrate how the techniques for mapping the surface of these bodies from orbit have developed over the years.� Prof. Muller will also describe highlights of what we have learned from these imaging studies, along with many anecdotes from his work with many International Colleagues.