Ask an Astrobiologist with Dr. Melissa Trainer

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Ask an Astrobiologist with Dr. Melissa Trainer

Time: November 24, 2020 all day
Location: Everywhere!
Website or Map: https://astrobiology.nasa.gov…
Event Type: livestream
Organized By: Graham E. Lau
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Join us for our next episode of Ask an Astrobiologist, coming on the 24th of November at 10:00 Pacific Time (18:00 UTC)! You can tune in on SAGANet or watch on the NASA Astrobiology Facebook page. You can ask questions in the chat or use #AskAstrobio on Twitter to ask questions and engage with other audience members.

 

Our guest for this episode is Dr. Melissa Trainer!

 

Dr. Trainer is a Deputy Principal Investigator (PI) for the Dragonfly mission to Saturn's moon Titan, and lead for the Dragonfly Mass Spectrometer (DraMS), an instrument supporting the Dragonfly investigation  of Titan's surface composition and characterization of potential prebiotic chemistry. She has spent more than a decade characterizing the chemical and physical properties of Titan and early Earth organic aerosol analogs.

 

You can also learn more about Dr. Trainer on her bio page from NASA Goddard:  https://science.gsfc.nasa.gov/sed/bio/melissa.trainer

 

Also, be sure to read up on the Dragonfly mission and ask all of your questions about the mission, Titan, and what we might find there before and during the episode!

 

Learn more about the #AskAstrobio show and watch past episodes here: https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/ask-an-astrobiologist/

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