The 2012 Sverdrup Visiting Scientist Lecture will feature Brian J. Anderson ’82, deputy project scientist, NASA MESSENGER mission. Anderson will speak about the MESSENGER mission to explore the planet Mercury and about space exploration as a moral imperative. Anderson is a physicist with The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and serves as magnetic fields co-investigator and deputy project scientist for NASA’s MErcury Surface Space ENvironment GEochemistry and Ranging (MESSENGER) mission.
Sverdrup Lecture, 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 16, Hoversten Chapel
Title: MESSENGER at Mercury: Solving the riddles of the innermost planet in our solar system Continue reading “Sverdrup lecture features Brian J. Anderson '82”