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Jay Melosh

Distinguished Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Purdue University

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Purdue University

550 Stadium Mall Dr. Civil Engineering Building, Room G216B

West Lafayette, Indiana,47907

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Planetary Science

Arizona State Museum


Affiliations

Meteoritical Society

Fellow


Gravity Recovery

Member


The Geological Society of America Inc

Fellow


American Association for the Advancement of Science

Fellow


Geological Society

Fellow


American Geophysical Union

Fellow


GRAIL

Member of the Science Team


Bavarian Geological Institute

Guggenheim Fellow and A Humboldt Fellow


National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Science Team Member of Deep Impact Mission


Education

AB degree

Physics

Princeton University


BA

Physics

Princeton University


Ph.D.

University of Arizona


Ph.D.

Physics CIA-Initiated Remote Viewing Program

Stanford Research Institute


doctorate

Caltech


doctorate

physics and geology

California Institute of Technology


Web References(190 Total References)


futuredition.org

A sample from Phobos, which is much easier to reach than the Red Planet itself, would almost surely contain Martian material blasted off from large asteroid impacts, said Jay Melosh, professor of earth, atmospheric and planetary sciences and physics and aerospace engineering at Purdue.
Melosh led a team chosen by NASAs Planetary Protection Office to evaluate if a sample from Phobos could contain enough recent material from Mars to include viable Martian organisms.


uuctc.org [cached]

FORUM, 9 AM Jay Melosh, Purdue University Distinguished Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Planetary Sciences, presents "Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and New Exploration.


uuctc.org [cached]

FORUM, 9 AM Jay Melosh, Purdue University Distinguished Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Planetary Sciences, presents "Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and
New Exploration.


uuctc.org [cached]

FORUM, 9 AM Jay Melosh, Purdue University Distinguished Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Planetary Sciences, presents "Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and
New Exploration. Feb. 22 Jay Melosh. Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and New Exploration.


uuctc.org [cached]

FORUM, 9 AM Jay Melosh, Purdue University Distinguished Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Planetary Sciences, presents "Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and New Exploration.
FORUM, 9 AM Jay Melosh, Purdue University Distinguished Professor, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Planetary Sciences, presents "Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and New Exploration. Feb. 22 Jay Melosh. Comets and the Solar System: Old Ideas and New Exploration.


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