John Schutt

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John Schutt (born 1948) is an American mountaineer and a member of the yearly Antarctic search for meteorites (ANSMET) program. John has probably recovered more meteorites than any single person in history and has personally recovered more samples of Mars. John has also served as a Field Safety Officer and camp manager for the Haughton-Mars Project with annual field work held on Canada's Devon Island.

John won the Meteoritical Society's Service Award in 2007.[1] Asteroid 61190 Johnschutt is named in his honor,[2] as is the Schutt Glacier in Antarctica.