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SEMINAR IN PLANETS AND LIFE
Astronomy 383L - Spring 2004
Unique No. 45090 · W 3:30-4:30 · RLM 15.216B


earth and mars
Professor

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


Links
Meetings, Conferences


Date
Speaker
Topic
1/28
John Scalo
The Astrobiology News, Part I
2/4
Joop Schaye
Institute for Advanced Studies
Princeton
The Chemical Enrichment of the Intergalactic Medium
2/11
Craig Wheeler
University of Texas
Summary of Committee on the Origin and Evoluton of Life (COEL)
2/18
John Scalo
Using Optical and Near-Infrared Photometry to Test MACHO Lens Candidates
2/25
John Scalo
The Astrobiology News
3/3
Patrick McCarthy
Carnegie Observatories
Scientific Opportunities with the Giant Magellan Telescope

abstract

3/24
Ted von Hippel
University of Texas
Distinguishing Among Inhospitable, Habitable, and Inhabited Planets with TPF and TPF Developments
4/7
Tommy Greathouse
University of Texas
Photochemistry in Planetary Atmospheres: What We Can Learn From the Models and What Has Been Found Through Observations
4/14
Jared Espley
Rice University
Climate Change at Mars: Clues from Space Physics
4/28
Mike Endl
University of Texas
Extrasolar Planet News
5/5
Lucas Cieza
University of Texas
Structure and Evolution of Circumstellar Disks: A View With Spitzer







 



30 April 2004
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