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SEMINAR IN PLANETS AND LIFE
Astronomy 383L - Fall 2003
Unique No. 46655 · W 3:30-4:30 · RLM 15.216B


jovian aurora
Professor

John Scalo
Office: RLM 17.220
Phone: (512) 471-6446
parrot@astro.as.utexas.edu


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Meetings, Conferences


Date
Speaker
Topic
Sept. 17
John Scalo
Orientation, discussion
Sept. 24
Anita C., Bill C., John S.,
Larry T., Fritz B.

DPS review
Oct. 1
John Scalo
DPS review cont'd and "Deadly Flares on Mars"
Oct. 8
Ted von Hippel
Summary of NASA microbiology workshop; emphasis on Martian meteorites
Oct. 15
Neal Evans/Lucas Cieza
Observational constraints on dissipation of protoplanetary disks
Oct. 22
Fritz Benedict
Planet mass estimates
Oct. 29
Mike Endl
The McDonald Observatory Doppler Surveys for Extrasolar Planets: A Status Report
Nov. 5
No seminar scheduled
 
Nov. 12
Jim Kasting
Colloquium (which will be Nov. 11)
Nov. 12
Will meet Nov. 11
Slot given to ISM seminar
Nov. 19
Catrina Hamilton
Rice University

KH 15D: Clues to the Evolution of Disk Material Around a Star of Planet Forming Age
Nov. 26
Students?
or David Smith


Cosmic ray fluctuations during history of Earth and what we can do about it
Dec. 3
Jackie Kessler-Silacci
UT Austin

Evolution of Dust in Protoplanetary Disks: How SIRTF Will Help




 







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