Undergraduate student firing the "Betsy Gun" during an Exploration & Environmental Geophysics (EPSc 454) field exercise on active-source seismic exploration.
In the Grapevine Hills, on a Department field trip to the Big Bend National Park organized by Prof. Dymek for his "Geology of National Parks" course (EPSc118a).
Eruption of the volcano on Anatahan Island, May 10-11, 2003
Lunch break during a Structural Geology (EPSc 460) field trip to the Ozarks
High Sierras

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March 4, 2015: The "dwarf planet" (aka, largest asteroid) Ceres as seen by the approaching Dawn spacecraft.
Full story here. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA
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