Planetary and exoplanetary Astronomy Lunch Seminar List: 01-Aug-2019 to 31-Dec-2019

All Planetary and exoplanetary Astronomy Lunch Seminar are held in room ATL 1250 at 11:15-12:15 unless otherwise noted.
Date: Monday 09-Sep-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Eliza Kempton (UMD)
Title: Revealing Exoplanet Atmospheres in 3-D
Date: Monday 07-Oct-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Quanzhi Ye (UMD)
Title: Asteroids falling into the Sun
Date: Wednesday 16-Oct-2019
Time: 14:00-15:00
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Hannah Jang-Condell (University of Wyoming)
Title: Exoplanet Science at the University of Wyoming
Date: Monday 21-Oct-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Adam McKay (GSFC)
Title: The Peculiar Volatile Composition of CO-Dominated comet C/2016 R2 (PanSTARRS)
Date: Friday 01-Nov-2019
Time: 14:00-15:00
Location: PSC 1136
Speaker: James Owen (Imperial College)
Title: The origin of close-in exoplanets
Date: Monday 04-Nov-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Doug Hemingway (Carnegie DTM)
Title: Icy ocean world interiors - techniques and implications
Date: Monday 11-Nov-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Nestor Espinoza (STScI)
Title: Transiting exoplanets: detection and characterization in the era of TESS and JWST
Date: Monday 18-Nov-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Tilak Hewagama (UMD/GSFC)
Title: Chasing an Oort Cloud Comet and Instruments for Planetary Science
Date: Monday 25-Nov-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Julian Marohnic (UMD)
Date: Monday 02-Dec-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Laurent Pueyo (STScI)
Title: Giant planet characterization
Date: Monday 09-Dec-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Matthew Knight (UMD)
Title: Interstellar visitor: 2I/Borisov
Date: Monday 16-Dec-2019
Location: ATL 1250
Speaker: Thomas Fauchez (GSFC)
Title: Climate studies of terrestrial exoplanets


Special accommodations for individuals with disabilities can be made by calling (301) 405-3001. It would be appreciated if we are notified at least one week in advance.


Directions and information about parking can be found here. Anyone asking a question during a talk is asked to raise their hand and be acknowledged before speaking.


Information for faculty who are hosting a visiting speaker can be found here.

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