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Rock Solid Impact
On April 28, 1928, American planetary geologist Dr. Eugene Merle Shoemaker was born. Shoemaker pioneered the new specialty of astrogeology and distinguished the new study of planetary science from astronomy. He created the Astrogeology Research Program of the U.S. Geological … Continue reading
Running With Wolves
On April 27, 1947, American forester and conservationist Mollie H. Beattie was born. The first woman Director of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Beattie fought to conserve species by managing whole ecosystems rather than waiting until individual species were … Continue reading