Bob Gaskell is a Physicit of Planetary Science that, with support from NASA, is currently working on the asteroid Eros, the moons of Saturn, the planet Mercury and our own Moon. In 2007, Bob received NASA's Exceptional Achievement medal for his model of the asteroid Itokawa in support of the Japanese Hayabusa mission. In this lecture, Gaskell demonstrates some of the characteristics of the planetary specimens from his research.
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