Brett Denevi Print


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My research interests include the origin, composition, and evolution of planetary surfaces. I focus on the history of volcanism and crustal formation on terrestrial bodies, mineralogy and chemistry of planetary surfaces, the space weathering history of airless bodies, and the development and evolution of regolith. I am also interested in instrumentation and calibration, and have led the in-flight calibration of MESSENGER's Mercury Dual Imaging System (MDIS), and worked on the laboratory and in-flight calibration of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Wide Angle Camera. I enjoy working as part of a team on ongoing planetary missions, and am the Deputy PI of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, was the Deupty Instrument Scientist for MDIS, co-led the Geology Discipline Group of the MESSENGER mission, and was a Participating Scientist on the Dawn mission to Vesta.  

 
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The following publication information was downloaded from http://www.researcherId.com/rid/I-6502-2012.