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SEMINAR IN PLANETS AND LIFE
Astronomy 383L - Fall 2004
W 3:30-4:30 · RLM 15.216B · Unique No. 47925


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Professor

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


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Psychrophiles and polar regions (pdf)
Life in extreme environments (pdf)


Schedule
Date
Speaker
Topic
9/1
John Scalo
Organizational Meeting
9/8
No Meeting
Postponed for Dark Energy Probe Seminar
9/15
No Meeting
 
9/22
Michael Endl
University of Texas
Recent Detections of Extrasolar Planets
9/29
John Scalo
The Age-Velocity Dispersion Relation for Stars in Our Galaxy: Disk Heating or Disk Cooling
10/6
David Smith
University of Texas
Astrospheres, Magnetospheres, and Cosmic Ray Planetary Environments
10/20
Keivan Stassun
Vanderbilt University
Strategies for Enhancing Diversity in Physics and Astronomy
10/27
Rob Wittenmyer
University of Texas
Psychophiles: Relevance for Astrobiology
 
Paresh Patel
UT Geological Sciences
The Deep Subsurface Biosphere
11/3
Takahiro Sumi
Princeton University
Planetary Microlensing
11/10
Danielle Wyrick
CNWRA/Southwest Research Institute
TBA
 
Steve DeGennaro
University of Texas
Recent Work on the Formation of Brown Dwarfs
11/24
Lucas Cieza, Neal Evans, and John Scalo
University of Texas
Highlights of the Spitzer Conference
12/1
Jacob Bean
University of Texas
Cosmic Rays and Glaciation Cycles
 
Fergal Mullally
University of Texas
The Search for Life in the Upper Atmosphere









 



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