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Working Across Many Scales - Letter from the Directors - July 2020

Working Across Many Scales

An atom has a diameter of a fraction of a billionth of a meter. Earth’s diameter at the equator is about 12.7 million meters. The most distant object seen in Scott Sheppard’s continuing search for planet X orbits as far as 345 billion meters from the Sun. The research reported in this month’s newsletter covers these 21 orders of magnitude range in spatial scale.

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NSF Awards More Than $1.6M to Six Studies at Earth and Planets Laboratory

 Glowing coiled filament used as a source of energetic electron

In early 2020, the National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded more than $1.6M to six projects from the Carnegie Institution for Science Earth and Planets Laboratory. Many of the projects are collaborative and together they span a broad range of topics, from deep Earth dynamics to how microbes survive in extreme conditions. 
 

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Behind the Scenes: Machine Shop Foreman Victor Lugo Secures New Lathe for EPL

Behind the Scenes: There’s a New Lathe in Town

On Monday, June 29 EPL replaced the 28-year-old machine with the brand new 2020 Okuma CNC Lathe.

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June 2020 - Letter from the Directors

June 2020 Letter from the Directors Banner

The Directors cover coronavirus, digital communication, and the steps we are taking to support equity in academia in this month's letter. 

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ChExo Goes Virtual for June 2020 Meeting

Chexo Meeting Logo June

The Carnegie Institution for Science Earth and Planets Laboratory (EPL) will virtually host the eighth Chesapeake Bay Area Exoplanet (ChExo) meeting on Friday, June 26, 2020. Presentations will start at 11 AM and continue until 3 PM.
 

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Earth and Planets Lab at Goldschmidt 2020

Goldschmidt 2020

This week, nine Earth and Planets Laboratory (EPL) scientists will be presenting their science at the 30th annual Goldschmidt conference, the world’s foremost geochemistry meeting.

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