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Presenter: Shawn Domagal-Goldman, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
When: November 29, 2012 2:13PM PST

Part I: How do we find Exoplanets? What have we found?
Part II: How do we know what individual exoplanets are like?
Part III: What have we learned about individual exoplanets so far?
Part IV: What are the future plans for studying exoplanets?

Presentation by Dr. Eliza Kempton and Dr. Shawn Domagal-Goldman.

Year of the Solar System

  • While NASA celebrates 50 years of Solar System exploration in 2012, the last two of those years saw an unprecedented cluster of activity. From comet and asteroid encounters to landing an analytical chemistry laboratory on the surface of Mars, we have dared and learned much. Throughout it all, fundamental research has provided the foundation and impetus for exploration. These talks give the state of the art in astrobiology research in 2012.
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