The Curiosity Rover may have been ambling around the Gale Crater on Mars for nearly seven years but a group at Johns Hopkins University has just found a way to use it for something new: making the first surface gravity measurements on a planet other than Earth.
Department News Archive
Listen to EPS faculty as they provide a snapshot of the research happening in the department. This research is changing the way scientists view many of our systems, from planetary systems to ecosystems.
Dr. Emmy Smith and Dr. Daniel Viete led students on an October field trip to Gambrill State Park, where Dynamic Earth students took the opportunity to learn about Maryland’s regional geology.
The Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, invites applications for a postdoctoral research associate or assistant research scientist. The successful candidate will join a team designing, computing, disseminating, and analyzing cutting edge global ocean circulation model solutions. The research team aims to advance knowledge of the role of small-scale processes on the […]
On Saturday, November 3, 2018, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, the Bromo-Seltzer Arts Tower will host an opening reception for an exhibition of works by Amy Wetsch, an MFA candidate at MICA's Mount Royal School of Art. "Lateral Distance" is a collection of works centered around Saturn's moon Titan, inspired by Wetsch's 2018 HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program Internship with EPS Professor Sarah Hörst.
There will be an hour-long reception prior to the lecture.
New study suggests much of the dust on the surface of Mars comes from a single geological formation near the planet’s equator.
David Sing, who heads the largest Hubble research program on exoplanets, will hold appointments in two departments within the Krieger School.
Intern Amy Wetsch will be working with Prof. Sarah Hörst to create mixed media sculptures that showcase the atmosphere of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.
Please join the Morton K. Blaustein Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. Our two-day symposium will begin with a light lunch at noon on Tuesday, June 12 and run through 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13. There will be a dinner at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12.