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Richard Greenberg

Biography

Richard Greenberg is a professor of planetary sciences at the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. His research involves the application of celestial mechanics to understanding the physical processes, characteristics and history of the planets. As a member of the Galileo imaging team, and with his interdisciplinary research group at the University of Arizona, he has applied his expertise to understanding how tidal processes can explain what we see on Europa and what habitable settings may lie below the surface. He is the author of Europa, the Ocean Moon: Search for an Alien Biosphere (Springer Praxis Books, 2005). Address: Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. Internet: greenberg@lpl.arizona.edu


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Book Review

Rock Star

Feature Article

Tides and the Biosphere of Europa *

Macroscope

Infecting Other Worlds


 

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