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2016 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   Dec 19   Simon Stähler
(LMU)
  Beyond Insight: Seismology on Icy Moons
 
 
Thu   Dec 8   Fabrice Gaillard
(ISTO/CNRS--INSU)
  An Analysis of Volcanic Degassing of COHS Species in a Planetary Perspective
(NOTE THE LOCATION: 169-336)
 
 
Mon   Nov 21   Jason Rhodes
(JPL)
  NASA's Next Astrophysics (and Planetary Science?) Flagship: The Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST)
 
 
Mon   Nov 14   William Newman
(UCLA)
  Giant Planet Shielding of the Inner Solar System Revisited: Ejection of Highly Eccentric Planetesimals
 
 
Mon   Oct 24   Ekaterina Smirnova
(Artist)
  Comet 67P Through the Lens of Art - Rosetta Mission
 
 
Mon   Oct 17   Nick Achilleos
(UCL)
 
Astrophysics Colloquium Aspects of Discs in Astrophysical Systems
(THIS IS AN ASTROPHYSICS COLLOQUIUM OF INTEREST TO THE PLANETARY SCIENCE COMMUNITY. NOTE THE DAY, TIME, AND LOCATION)
 
 
Thu   Oct 13   Pierre Vernazza
(Aix Marseille Univ.)
  C-complex Asteroids: Two Main Compositional Families?
 
 
Mon   Sep 26   Michael Ainslie
(TNO Netherlands)
  Sounding the Solar System
 
 
Mon   Sep 19   Kevin Baines
(JPL)
  Why is Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Red? New Insights from VIMS Spectra, Laboratory Experiments, and Lightning
 
 
Mon   Sep 12   Simone Marchi
(SwRI)
  On the Origin of Comets: Can 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Teach us About the Dawn of Our Solar System?
 
 
Fri   Jul 15   Francesca Scipioni
(USRA - LPI)
  Space Weather in the Saturn System
 
 
Tue   Jun 21   Vincent Chevrier
(Univ. Arkansas)
  Habitability of the Solar System: Comparative Study of Mars and Titan
 
Mon   Jun 20   Loic Chappaz
(JPL)
  Evidence of Large Empty Lava Tubes on the Moon using GRAIL Gravity
 
 
Mon   Jun 13   Juan Lora
(UCLA)
  Titan's Methane-based Hydrologic Cycle
 
 
Thu   Jun 9   Karin Öberg
(CfA)
 
Astrophysics Colloquium The Icy Chemistry of Planet Formation
(THIS IS AN ASTROPHYSICS COLLOQUIUM OF INTEREST TO THE PLANETARY SCIENCE COMMUNITY. NOTE THE DAY, TIME, AND LOCATION)
 
Mon   Jun 6   Cathy Olkin
(SwRI)
  Our New View of Pluto
 
 
Fri   Jun 3   Isaac Smith
(SwRI)
  What's Stored in the Polar Caps of Mars?: A Record of Recent Climate and Flowing CO2 Glaciers
 
Wed   Jun 1   Uwe Fink
(Univ. Arizona)
  Investigation into the Disparate Origin of CO2 and H2O Outgassing for the Rosetta Comet 67/P
 
 
Thu   May 26   Zachary Adam
(Harvard Univ. /
Montana State Univ.)
  A Laurentian Record of the Earliest Fossil Eukaryotes
 
Tue   May 24   Cristina Thomas
(NASA/GSFC)
  Observing Near-Earth Asteroids with Space and Ground-based Telescopes
 
Mon   May 23   Maggie McAdam
(Univ. Maryland)
  Aqueous Alteration on Asteroids: Linking the Mineralogy and Spectroscopy of Primitive Carbonaceous Meteorites
 
 
Mon   May 16   Ralph Kraft
(Harvard Univ.)
  X-ray Studies of the Galilean Moons and the Jovian Aurora - Recent Results and Future Potential
 
 
Thu   May 12   Jonathan Fortney
(UCSC)
  Toward an Understanding of Exoplanetary Composition
 
Mon   May 9   Katherine de Kleer
(U.C. Berkeley)
  The Volcanism, Atmosphere, and Tidal Heating of Io: A Multi-year Observing Campaign
 
Mon   May 9   Mark Panning
(Univ. Florida)
  Planetary Seismology: Making the Most of Limited Data Sets
 
 
Mon   Apr 18   Jason Hofgartner
(JPL)
  Titan's Magic Islands: Transient Features in the Hydrocarbon Seas
 
 
Mon   Apr 11   Bonnie Buratti
(JPL)
  Pluto at Last!
 
 
Thu   Mar 31   Erik Asphaug
(ASU)
  Asteroid Gravity in a CubeSat Centrifuge: AOSAT 1
 
Mon   Mar 28   Jay Pasachoff
(Williams Coll.)
  Eclipses
 
 
Thu   Mar 10   Michael Shepard
(Bloomsburg Univ.)
  New Radar Observations of Asteroid 16 Psyche
 
Mon   Mar 7   Yan Fernandez
(Univ. Central Florida)
  Ensemble Physical Properties of Comets
 
 
Tue   Mar 1   Aaron Curtis
(New Mexico Tech)
  Processes in Fumarolic Ice Caves on Earth and Implications for Icy Moons
 
Tue   Mar 1   Christine McCarthy
(LDEO)
  Temperature-dependent Friction and Healing: How this Might Affect Glacial Basal Sliding
 
Mon   Feb 29   Kelsi Singer
(SwRI)
  The Pluto System as Revealed by New Horizons
 
 
Mon   Feb 22   Nick Moskovitz
(Lowell Obs.)
  The Mission Accessible Near-Earth Object Survey (MANOS): New Insights into the Physical Diversity of NEOs
 
 
Mon   Jan 25   Heather Kaluna
(Univ. Hawaii)
  The Composition and Evolution of the Themis and Beagle Asteroids
 
 
Tue   Jan 5   Britney Schmidt
(Georgia Tech)
  Getting Under Europa's Skin: Radar, Robots and the Search for Life Beyond Earth
 
 


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