Space Studies master’s student, Maggie Dievendorf, will defend her M.S. thesis today, November 26th at noon. All Space Studies students and faculty are encouraged to attend.
Monday, November 26, 2018 at noon
Where: Ryan Hall, Room 111
Title: “Calibration of Calcic Pyroxenes for Interpreting Meteorite and Asteroid Spectra”
About the presenter: Margaret Dievendorf started at the University of North Dakota Space Studies Master’s Program in Fall 2014, with a focus in planetary science. She has been working on pyroxene spectroscopy with Dr. Mike Gaffey. She is originally from Malone, NY and received her B.A. in astrogeophysics from Colgate University in 2013. In past research, she has worked on meteorite chemistry and observed at the Arecibo and NASA IRTF telescopes.
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