I founded and run the Exolith Lab, where we produce high-fidelity regolith simulants for Mars, the Moon, and asteroids.
I created and maintain the Planetary Simulant Database, a free resource with data on historic and current regolith simulants.
I write a quarterly newsletter called P Furiosus, highlighting new ideas in planetary and space science.
2019. Metzger, P. T., D. T. Britt, S. Covey, C. Schultz, K. M. Cannon, K. D. Grossman, G. D. Mantovani, and R. P. Mueller
Measuring the Fidelity of Asteroid Regolith and Cobble Simulants.
Icarus, 321, 632-646.
2019. Cannon, K. M., D. T. Britt, T. M. Smith, R. F. Fritsche, and D. Batcheldor
Mars Global Simulant MGS-1: A Rocknest-based open standard for basaltic martian soil simulants.
Icarus, 317, 470-478.
2018. Tarnas, J., J. F. Mustard, B. Sherwood Lollar, M. S. Bramble, K. M. Cannon, A. M. Palumbo, and A.-C. Plesa
Radiolytic H2 production on Noachian Mars: Implications for Habitability.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 502, 133-145.
2017. Cannon, K. M., S. W. Parman, and J. F. Mustard
Primordial Clays on Mars Formed Beneath a Steam or Supercritical Atmosphere.
Nature, 552, 88-91.
Lunar ISRU 2019
February 20-22, 2019 (postponed)
March 18-22, 2019
The Woodlands, TX
Talk: Weds, March 20, 1:45pm in WW6. Into the Mire: The Behavior of Fines in a Mud Ocean on Ceres and other Carbonaceous Bodies
Feel free to contact me about my work, potential speaking appearances, or possible collaborations.
Cell: (+1) 401-340-6608