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Secrets Revealed in a Grain of Dust from the Moon Leads to Geologist’s Award
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory geologist Kate Burgess works in the lab at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston practicing the manipulation of lunar samples using a digital microscope. Burgess is receiving the Kurt F.J. Heinrich award from the Microanalysis Society for her work over the past decade. (Photo by Michelle Thompson)

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Photo by: Michelle Thompson |  VIRIN: 181016-O-UX334-602.JPG