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2017 Planetary Science Seminars

Unless otherwise noted (see seminar abstract), talks will be in 183-328 and start at 4:10 P.M. Snacks will be available 10 minutes prior to the start time.

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Date   Speaker   Title
 
 
Mon   Aug 14   Olivier Mousis
(Aix-Marseille Univ.)
  TBA
 
 
Mon   Aug 7   Jay McMahon
(Univ. Colorado Boulder)
  TBA
 
 
Mon   Jul 10   Alexis Bouquet
(SwRI)
  TBA
 
 
Mon   Jun 26   Edith Fayolle
(Harvard-Smitshonian CfA)
  TBA
 
 
Mon   Jun 19   Klara Kalousova
(Univ. Prague)
  Generation and Transport of Liquid Water in Ice Layers: Application to Europa and Ganymede
 
 
Mon   Jun 5   Chris Glein
(SwRI)
  Recent Insights into the Geochemistry of Enceladus' Ocean
 
 
Mon   May 22   Konstantinos Giapis
(Caltech)
  Exotic Reactions in Extreme Environments: Why Comet 67P Spews Molecular Oxygen but Enceladus Leaks Molecular Hydrogen
 
 
Wed   May 10   Matt Taylor
(ESA)
  The Rosetta Comet Mission - How and Why We Sent a Thing to Another Thing and Landed a Thing on It, Including Links to Vangelis, Alien, Napalm Death and Star Wars
 
 
Thu   Apr 20   Kimberly Bott
(Univ. Washington)
  Polarimetry for Biosignatures and Habitability Markers
 
 
Mon   Mar 27   Anne Virkki
(Arecibo Obs.)
  Planetary Surface Characterization by Modeling Radar Scattering
 
 
Mon   Mar 6   William McKinnon
(Washington Univ.)
  Geology Never Sleeps 2: Lessons from the Geologic Exploration of the Pluto System
 
 
Mon   Feb 13   Ronald Klusman
(CSM)
  Mars Brine Geochemical Modeling and Potential for Gas Migration
 
 
Mon   Feb 6   Thor Thordarson
(Univ. Iceland)
  The 2014-15 Basaltic Fissure Eruption at Holuhraun: The Complete Story
 
 
Mon   Jan 30   William McKinnon
(Washington Univ.)
  Geology Never Sleeps: Lessons from New Horizon's Exploration of the Pluto System
 
 
Thu   Jan 26   Mike Janssen
(JPL)
 
Juno Mission Early results from the Juno Microwave Radiometer Experiment
(THIS IS THE SECOND OF TWO SPECIAL ASTROPHYSICS COLLOQUIA SUMMARIZING EARLY RESULTS FROM THE JUNO MISSION.
NOTE THE DAY, TIME, AND LOCATION)
 
Wed   Jan 25   Caixia Bu
(Univ. Virginia)
  Laboratory Studies of Dehydration Effects for Hydrated Sulfates and Carbonates under Conditions Relevant to Ceres and Other Airless Planetary Bodies
 
 
Thu   Jan 19   Steve Levin
(JPL)
 
Juno Mission Juno at Jupiter
(THIS IS THE FIRST OF TWO SPECIAL ASTROPHYSICS COLLOQUIA SUMMARIZING EARLY RESULTS FROM THE JUNO MISSION.
NOTE THE DAY, TIME, AND LOCATION)
 
Wed   Jan 18   Karen Meech
(Univ. Hawaii)
  Clowders of Manxes - "Fresh" Inner Solar System Earth-Forming Material Stored in the Oort Cloud?
 
 


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