David Eicher to discuss Meteor Crater on Asteroid Day

Posted by David Eicher
on Thursday, June 28, 2018

Asteroid Day will once again take place on June 30.

Asteroid Day is here again!! 

So much is going on that I have been silent on my blog for a long time. Many, many projects swimming in various states. 

I will be honored to be a guest on the Asteroid Day broadcast tomorrow, June 29, at approximately 7:20 a.m. CDT (2:20 p.m. in Berlin, from the broadcast point), discussing my recent journey to the floor of Meteor Crater. Very interesting scientific things are happening with the analysis of the world’s best preserved impact crater. I’ll save them as surprises for tomorrow. I hope you’ll turn out to watch or hear the Asteroid Day broadcast, which you can do here:


See you tomorrow!! 

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