Carol Raymond is the Deputy Principal Investigator of the NASA Dawn Mission, and the Program Scientist for Mission Formulation within the Solar System Exploration Directorate at JPL. Her research aims to understand geodynamic processes of Earth and other planetary bodies, including plate tectonics and glacial isostatic adjustment on the Earth, magnetic field history of Earth and Mars, and the formation and evolution of protoplanets. She has led numerous deep-sea and Antarctic field expeditions but currently devotes most of her time to robotic exploration of space. Dr. Raymond has Ph.D in Geological Sciences from Columbia University, New York.
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