Lowell Observatory Colloquia


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Earlier talks this year

01/25/2013 - MIT/Wellesley field camp colloquia Friday Colloquium

02/27/2013 - Nicholas Moskovitz, MIT Wednesday Colloquium: Near-Earth Asteroid Encounters: Glimpses of Earth's Nearest Neighbors

03/13/2013 - Natalie Hinkel, Caltech Wednesday Colloquium: Stellar Abundances in Exoplanet Hosts and Non-Hosts

03/21/2013 - Darin Ragozzine: NASA's Kepler Telescope Strikes Exoplanetary Gold: Systems with Multiple Transiting Planets

03/28/2013 - Christian Hummel, ESO, Lowell-NOFS Joint Colloquium at NOFS: The Brief Lives of Massive Stars as Witnessed by Interferometry

04/11/2013 - Gilles Chabrier, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon: The (sub)stellar initial mass function. Star and brown dwarf formation

04/18/2013 - Isabelle Baraffe, University of Exeter: From Exoplanets to Brown dwarfs: Structure and evolution of substellar objects

05/02/2013 - Rene Ong, UCLA: Very High Energy Astronomy and the Prospects for CTA

05/08/2013 - Chris Johns-Krull, Rice Univ. Wednesday Colloquium: Observational Tests of Magnetospheric Accretion Models in Young Stars

05/23/2013 - Debra Fischer, Yale Univ.: The Road to 100 Earths

06/06/2013 - Matthew Knight, Lowell: What's the Big Deal About Comet ISON?

06/19/2013 - Megan Johnson, NRAO Wednesday Colloquium:

09/04/2013 - Will Fischer, Univ. of Toledo Wednesday Colloquium: Latest Results from HOPS, the Herschel Orion Protostar Survey

09/23/2013 - Phil Muirhead, Boston Univ. Monday Colloquium:

10/18/2013 - Alexei Pevtsov, NOAO Friday Colloquium: The sun-as-a-star solar spectrum

10/22/2013 - Jiri Grygar, Czech Acad. of Sci. Tuesday Colloquium: The Puzzle of Extreme Energetic Cosmic Rays

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