Project Apollo: Scientific Harvest
From Jeff Layne on November 4th, 2019
Host, Blue Dot, PRX/NPR Podcasts
Dave Schlom is a science communicator and host of the NSPR’s production, Blue Dot where he interviews other science communicators and environmental activists. Mr. Schlom shares his knowledge regarding geological research in space with the Gateway Science Museum audience. The highlights of his lecture include the Giant Impact Hypothesis and the Lunar Geologic Time Scale. The missions that followed the Apollo 11 moon landing, especially Apollo 12, gave scientists more samples and data in order to actually understand the moon’s surface.
Recorded: October 30, 2019