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2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series Webcasts
Wednesday May 21, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Shri Kulkarni (Caltech )
Astronomy has been and is continuing to enjoy a golden phase. The light gathering power of successive generations of both ground- and space-based telescopes has steadily increased and thereby made it possible for astronomers to probe the distant univ ...
Wednesday May 7, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Mark Marley (NASA-Ames)
We are now on the cusp of the next great wave of exoplanet detection: direct imaging. This year promises to witness the first planets to be discovered by the GPI and SPHERE coronagraphs; surveys employing these instruments should eventually find doze ...
Wednesday Apr 23, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Joan Centrella (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
After many decades of effort, the gravitational wave window on the universe is beginning to open. This talk will present an overview of developments across the gravitational wave spectrum, highlighting challenges in detection and the anticipated sci ...
Wednesday Apr 16, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Andrew Howard (University of California at Berkeley)
The Kepler Mission has taught us that Earth-sized planets in the Habitable Zones of Sun-like stars are common and that most Earth-sized planets have rocky compositions. Three recent results highlight these remarkable properties of Earth-size planets ...
Wednesday Apr 2, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Licia Verde (Institute of Cosmological Sciences (Barcelona, Spain))
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Wednesday Mar 12, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Richard Ellis (Caltech )
Wednesday Mar 5, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Mary Putman (Columbia University)
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Wednesday Feb 19, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Jason Tumlinson (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Why do some galaxies quench while others continue to form stars? Where is all the normal matter that galaxies should have, but don't? What happens to all the heavy elements that stars produce? The gas flows that feed galaxies and return their enrich ...
Wednesday Feb 5, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Jack Burns (University of Colorado)
2/5/14 Jack Burns University of Colorado jack.burns@colorado.edu The Dark Ages Radio Explorer (DARE)
Wednesday Jan 15, 2014
2014 Spring Science Colloquia Series
Jason Kalirai (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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