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PSI Researchers' Artwork on Display Dec. 4

Dec. 3, 2013
Tucson, Ariz. -- The artwork of two Planetary Science Institute researchers will be displayed at the Art of Planetary Science: An Exhibition on Dec. 4.
PSI Senior Scientist William K. Hartmann will have two paintings on display, “View of Saturn from Enceladus” and “Martian Dust Storm.”
PSI Research Scientist Lucille Le Corre’s “Rubria Crater” will be on display.
Visit to view the images.
The one-night event, which takes place at the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at 1629 E. University Blvd., runs from 6-10 p.m.
The Art of Planetary Science is an exhibition of art created from and inspired by the Solar System and the scientific data with which we explore it.
More than 70 local scientists and artists have submitted works in a variety of mediums, ranging from paintings, prints, and photographs to sculptures and glasswork. Selected works will be featured at the Craft Tucson and Tucson Museum of Art’s Art on Tap: Art, Beer and Music Fest on Dec. 7.
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