List of Past Planetary Astronomy Lunches (PALS) : 01-Jan-2004 to 01-Jun-2004


Date:   Wed, 21-Jan-2004
Speaker:   Jianyang Li (UMD)
Title:  Photometric studies of Eros from NEAR Data

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 28-Jan-2004
Speaker:   Ian Jordan (STScI)
Title:  Using Occulters to Study Nearby Extrasolar Planets

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Feb-2004
Speakers:   Lucy McFadden and Dennis Wellnitz (UMD)
Title:  Review of the 2004 AAPT and NIA Meetings

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Feb-2004
Speaker:   No talk
Title:  Deep Impact Science Team Meeting in Boulder, CO

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Feb-2004
Speaker:   Donna Pierce (UMD)
Title:  Serve Chilled: Five Easy Ways to Make Cometary CO in Less Than 15 Minutes

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 25-Feb-2004
Speaker:   Olivier Groussin (UMD)
Title:  Cometary Nuclei and Their Activity Processes

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 03-Mar-2004
Speaker:   Anne Raugh (UMD)
Title:  An Interactive Tour of the University of Maryland Planetary Data System Node with Broken Interface S/W

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 10-Mar-2004
Speaker:   Lucy McFadden (UMD), Jianyang Li (UMD)
Title:  Laboratory studies simulating space weathering & Photometric Studies of Eros from NEAR Data

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 17-Mar-2004
Speaker:   Michael A'Hearn (UMD)
Title:  Using the Kitt Peak 4m for Planetary Science Observations

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 24-Mar-2004
Speaker:   Rosemary Killen (UMD)
Title:  Sodium at Europa

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 31-Mar-2004
Speaker:   Flavio Mendez
Title:  The New Maryland Science Center - Exhibits and Programs

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Apr-2004
Speaker:   Matthew Knight (UMD)
Title:  Modeling SOHO Sungrazer Behavior

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Apr-2004
Speaker:   Donna Pierce (UMD)
Title:  Review of the NASA Ames Astrobiology Conference

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Apr-2004
Speaker:   Tony Farnham, Stef McLaughlin, Olivier Groussin (UMD)
Title:  Current Progress on Deep Impact Calibration I

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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, 28-Apr-2004
Speaker:   ELizabeth Warner (UMD)
Title:  Starparties and Webpages

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-May-2004
Speaker:   David Hammer (UMD)
Title:  Hearing the Science in Students' Thinking

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-May-2004
Speaker:   Lucy McFadden, Carey Lisse, Dennis Wellnitz (UMD)
Title:  Current Progress on Deep Impact Calibration II

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-May-2004
Speaker:   Kelly Fast (NASA-GSFC/UMD)
Title:  Reading Between the Lines: Observing Mars Ozone from the Earth

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-May-2004
Speaker:   Jianyang Li (UMD)
Title:  Photometry From Asteroids to Cometary Nuclei - Eros and Borrelly

The Planetary Astronomy Lunchtime Seminar is a weekly affair that is intended to be both a discussion of current scientific research on the subject of planetary astronomy 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-Jun-2004
Speaker:   Douglas Hamilton
Title:  Constraining Io's Formation Distance

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 Rosemary Killen at rkillen@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 23-Jun-2004
Speaker:   Jeffrey Morgenthaler (GSFC)
Title:  Observations of Europa

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 Rosemary Killen at rkillen@astro.umd.edu.


Date:   Wed, 30-Jun-2004
Speaker:   Donna Pierce
Title:  Forming CO in Cometary Atmospheres: Latest Update

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 Rosemary Killen at rkillen@astro.umd.edu.


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