NASA Geobiologist Dr. Lim in After Dark in the Park - Event Details
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NASA Geobiologist Dr. Lim in After Dark in the Park
Location: Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium, HVNP
Come join Dr. Darlene Lim of the NASA Ames Research Center as she updates us on the BASALT project where NASA is working to develop the mission methods and protocols astronauts might one day use to extract rock samples from the Martian terrain and look for signs of microbial life.
UH Hilo researchers and students are participants.
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