ARC DECRA fellow, Curtin University
Katarina is a planetary scientist with expertise in numerical and experimental impact physics. She is also involved with data analysis from space missions. Katarina's research focuses on understanding of geophysics of planetary bodies, including the Earth, through impact processes, as well as cratering mechanics, and shock physics applied to geologic materials.
For the first time, robots on Mars found meteorite impact craters by sensing seismic shock waves
Sep 20, 2022 06:16 am UTC| Science
Since 2018, NASAs InSight mission to Mars has recorded seismic waves from more than 1,300 marsquakes in its quest to probe the internal structure of the red planet. The solar panels of the car-sized robotic lander have...
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