“We're now getting data from the VIR spectrometer, and I got a report back yesterday that all of the data over the bright spot was obtained ... but the white substance is still unidentified.”
- Christopher Russell, Ph.D., Dawn Mission's Principal Investigator, UCLASeptember 3, 2015 - Los Angeles, California- The Dawn Mission's Principal Investigator is Christopher Russell, Ph.D., Professor of Geophysics and Space Physics at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA). Prof. Russell has spent fifteen years working on NASA's Dawn mission to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter where Dawn first photographed asteroid Vesta and is now in a new mapping orbit around the enigmatic dwarf planet Ceres.
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