Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Planetary Science, University of Kent
I am a Post Doctoral Research Associate at the University of Kent in the School of Physical Science. My research interests include meteorites, the formation of planetary bodies, the mechanics of impact cratering and space exploration. My current research focuses on the mechanics of impact cratering events and how they helped form the solar system we see today. I am also involved in undergraduate teaching at the University of Kent.
Dec 04, 2018 16:34 pm UTC| Science
NASAs spacecraft OSIRIS-REx has finally reached the asteroid 101955 Bennu which may be on collision course with the Earth after travelling for just over two years since its launch in September 2016. This mission, which...