List of Past Planetary Astronomy Lunches (PALS) : 01-Jan-2003 to 01-Jun-2003


Date:   Wed, 01-Jan-2003
Speaker:   Father Time
Title:  Happy New Years!

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 08-Jan-2003
Speaker:   Donna Pierce (UMD)
Title:  CO Chemistry in the Near-Nucleus Coma

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 15-Jan-2003
Speaker:   Michael A'Hearn (UMD)
Title:  S2 Chemistry in Comets

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 22-Jan-2003
Speaker:   Doug Hamilton (UMD)
Title:  How Saturn Got Its Tilt

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 29-Jan-2003
Speaker:   Sarah Stewart (Carnegie-DTM)
Title:  When Worlds Collide: Impact Processing of Planetisimals

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 05-Feb-2003
Speaker:   Tony Farnham (UMD)
Title:  The Activity and Breakup of Comet 1999 S4 (LINEAR)

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 12-Feb-2003
Speaker:   Carey Lisse and Dennis Wellnitz (UMD)
Title:  Results of Recent Tests of the Deep Impact ITS (Impactor) CCD Camera

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 19-Feb-2003
Speaker:   Rosemary Killen (UMD)
Title:  The Effect of Photon-Ion Feedback on Mercury's Neutral Exosphere

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 26-Feb-2003
Speaker:   Rosemary Killen (UMD)
Title:  The Effect of solar-wind/ magnetosphere interaction and the photoion escape rate on Mercury's neutral atmosphere

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 05-Mar-2003
Speaker:   Matthew Knight (UMD)
Title:  SOHO LASCO Observations of Near-Solar Comet Transits

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 12-Mar-2003
Speaker:   John Hillman (UMD and NASA HQ)
Title:  Probing Titan's Lower Atmosphere with Acousto-optic Tuning

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 19-Mar-2003
Speaker:   Carey Lisse (UMD)
Title:  Charge Exchange Driven X-ray Emission in the Solar System

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 26-Mar-2003
Speaker:   No talk
Title:  Spring Break!

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 02-Apr-2003
Speaker:   No talk
Title:  PDS Review

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 09-Apr-2003
Speaker:   Jianyang Li (UMD)
Title:  The Shape Model and Expected Phase Law for Mathilde

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 16-Apr-2003
Speaker:   Mike A'Hearn (UMD)
Title:  The Comet Surface Sample Return Mission

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 23-Apr-2003
Speaker:   Mike A'Hearn (UMD)
Title:  Deep Impact for High School Students

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 30-Apr-2003
Speaker:   No talk
Title:  Deep Impact Science Team mtg

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 07-May-2003
Speaker:   Lucy McFadden (UMD)
Title:  Can we find the source regions of martian meteorites with spectral reflectance measurements?

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 14-May-2003
Speaker:   Kelly Fast (NASA/GSFC - UMD)
Title:  The View From the Ground: Characterizing Earth's Atmosphere for Planetary Observations

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 21-May-2003
Speaker:   Dennis Wellnitz (UMD)
Title:  The Final Ground Instrument Calibration of the Deep Impact Instruments

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 04-Jun-2003
Speaker:   Elizabeth Warner (UMD)
Title:  The Professional Observers Page for the Deep Impact Website

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 11-Jun-2003
Speaker:   Rosemary Killen (UMD)
Title:  Calcium at Mercury

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 18-Jun-2003
Speaker:   Donna Pierce (UMD)
Title:  Modeling CO Chemistry in the Circumnuclear Coma of Comets

The Small Bodies Lunch is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of small solar system bodies in the department, as well an informal learning experience. Talks are expected to be approximately 30 minutes in length, with approximately 20 minutes of questions.

For further information please contact Carey Lisse at lisse@astro.umd.edu.


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