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DPS-EPSC 2016 Daily Press Briefings

22 Oct 2016, 23:26 UTC
DPS-EPSC 2016 Daily Press Briefings

Click on the images to watch the daily press briefings at the Joint Division of Planetary Sciences (DPS) and European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2016
12:45 PDT, Monday, 17 October 2016 – Venus, Mars and Rosetta’s Comet

Recently Active Lava Flows on the Eastern Flank of Idunn Mons on Venus, Piero D’Incecco (German Aerospace Center)
Science Highlights from MAVEN/IUVS After Two Years in Mars Orbit, Nicholas Schneider (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Astronomers Predict Possible Birthplace of Rosetta’s Comet, Mattia Galiazzo (Western University, Canada)
A Creaking and Cracking Comet, Stubbe Hviid (German Aerospace Center)
Avalanches, Not Internal Pressure, Cause Comet Nuclei Outbursts, Jordan Steckloff (Planetary Science Institute)

12:15 PDT, Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Introduction, David Schurr (NASA Headquarters)
Pluto’s Extreme Surface Reflectance Variations, Bonnie Buratti (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Possible Clouds on Pluto, Alan Stern (Southwest Research Institute)
Landslides on Charon, Ross Beyer (NASA Ames Research Center)
Hubble Reveals that New Horizons Flyby Target 2014 MU69 Is Red, Amanda Zangari (Southwest Research Institute)

12:00 PDT, Wednesday, 19 October 2016

An Update on the ExoMars 2016 Schiaparelli Landing, Olivier Witasse (European Space Agency)
An Update on the ExoMars 2016 Trace Gas Orbiter Insertion & NOMAD Instrument, Ann Carine Vandaele (Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy)
More Evidence for a Ninth Planet Roaming the Solar System’s Outer Fringes, Renu Malhotra (University of Arizona)
The Search for Planet Nine, Michael Brown (Caltech)

13:00 PDT, Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Introduction, David Schurr (NASA Headquarters)
Early Results from the Juno Mission at Jupiter, Scott Bolton (Southwest Research Institute)
Imaging with JunoCam, The People’s Jupiter Camera, Candice Hansen (Planetary Science Institute)

12:30 PDT, Thursday, 20 October 2016

Detection of Water on the Metallic Asteroid Psyche, Vishnu Reddy (University of Arizona)
Long-Term, High-Resolution Tracking of Eruptions on Jupiter’s Moon Io, Katherine de Kleer (University of California, Berkeley)
Going Out in a Blaze of Glory: Cassini’s Grand Finale, Linda Spilker (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Search for New Molecules in Titan’s Stratosphere from Cassini, Athena Coustenis (Paris Observatory)

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