Rock, Dust and Ice: Interpreting planetary data
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Join the Slack workspace via the invitation link that was sent via email. Post questions in the appropriate day’s Slack channel: #1a-tue-recorded, #2a-wed-recorded, #3a-thu-recorded
To ask questions at other times:
Post questions in the appropriate day’s Slack channel: #1-rocks-tue, #2-ices-wed, #3-dust-thu, #4-panels-fri
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