List of Past Planetary Astronomy Lunches (PALS) : 01-Jan-2005 to 01-Jun-2005


Date:   Wed, 26-Jan-2005
Speaker:   Zoe Leinhardt
Title:  Planetessimal Evolution and Growth of Terrestrial Planets

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, 16-Feb-2005
Speaker:   Dr. Friedmann Freund
Title:  Organics in Interstellar and Cometary Dust

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, 16-Mar-2005
Speaker:   No talk
Title:  LPSC

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, 15-Jun-2005
Speaker:   Pam Clark
Title:  Constraining Mineral Composition via Remote Sensing, and the ANTS Rover

Dr. Pam Clark is a scientist at Goddard Space Flight Center.

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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