Notre Dame a partner in NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute

Image via ND.edu

Image via ND.edu

The University of Notre Dame will be a partner in NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute(SSERVI), a new organization that expands the scope of the NASA Lunar Science Institute to one that includes near-Earth asteroids and the moons of Mars.

Clive R. Neal, a Notre Dame planetary geologist, was part of a Universities Space Research Association (USRA) team that was selected for SSERVI membership. Scientists from USRA’s Lunar and Planetary Institute, the Johnson Space Center and the Arecibo Observatory and researchers from six universities, including Notre Dame, will be one of eight initial teams in SSERVI.

Continue Learning: http://news.nd.edu/news/44234-notre-dame-a-partner-in-nasas-solar-system-exploration-research-virtual-institute/

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