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2010 Exploring Space Lecture: Where the Hot Stuff Is: Volcanoes of the Earth and Solar System

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This lecture was presented as part of the 2010 Exploring Space Lecture series "From Fire To Ice: Forces That Shape the Planets."
The planets and moons of the Solar System are incredibly diverse worlds with histories both ancient and dramatic. Etched into their surfaces is a fascinating story -- of fire and ice, of order and upheaval, of great cataclysms and slow change. Volcanism, impact, wind, and water are all common forces that shape these worlds, sometimes in ways familiar to us on Earth, sometimes in ways that amaze us.

Rosaly M. C. Lopes presented this lecture "Where the Hot Stuff Is: Volcanoes of the Earth and Solar System" on March 11, 2010 at the National Air and Space Museum's National Mall building in Washington, DC

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