Lunar Samples, and Rome Studies 50th Anniversary

We chat with Notre Dame geologist and moon expert Clive Neal, who is part of a team that will examine previously sealed lunar samples obtained during the Apollo missions. Note: Clive refers several times to “regolith,” which is the powdery, dusty material on the lunar surface.

In addition, we look at the School of Architecture’s Rome Studies Program, as it marks its 50th Anniversary in the Eternal City.

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April 10, 2019

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