THE ORGANIZATION FOR
THE PROLIFERATION OF SPACE STUDIES
The Organization for the Proliferation of Space Studies (TOPSS) is in the business of changing and shaping the landscape of STEAM studies. The organization is aimed at providing a holistic approach to developing space studies programs and delivering their clients educational options that are second to none. They empower students to become the next great generation of explorers!
The PSF partners with TOPSS to provide them with meteoritics consulting, educational resources, and small unclassified NWA meteorites for their educational outreach activities.
YALE PEABODY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Home to ten scientific collections that tell the story of Earth, it's life, history and cultures. Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History exhibitions, events and educational programs have enriched the Yale and New Haven communities, and beyond, since 1866. Through these doors you'll share in the discoveries of generations of scientists and adventurers past, present and future.
The PSF is currently in the preparation stage of donating their large meteorite collection to the Mineralogy and Meteoritics division of the Yale Peabody, while the PSF’s James M. DuPont collection already resides there.
Dr. Anthony J. Irving, PSF Senior Research Scientist
Brown University: Earth, Environmental & Planetary Sciences
Dr. Joseph S. Boesenberg, Electron Microprobe Manager
Washington University in St. Louis: Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Dr. Paul Carpenter, Microprobe and XRD Facility Specialist
University of New Mexico: Institute of Meteoritics
Dr. Karen Ziegler, Senior Research Scientist III