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Live streaming of sessions and press briefings at EPSC 2017

15 Sep 2017, 05:30 UTC
Live streaming of sessions and press briefings at EPSC 2017

Live streaming of sessions and press briefings at EPSC 2017

Selected talks from sessions and press briefings will be streamed live from the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2017 in Riga. World-wide live broadcast of the European Planetary Science Congress 2017 is provided by Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT) – one of the most innovative companies and telecommunication industry leader in Latvia. Live broadcast and video archive of the congress is available in the app LMT Straume and on the Internet.
Press briefings:
Tuesday, 19th September, 13:00-13:40 Eastern European Time (UTC+3) –
Pushing the Boundaries of Planetary Exploration

Answers to questions from asteroid miners – JL Galache, Aten Engineering
Asteroid touring nanosat fleet – Pekka Janhunen, Finnish Meteorological Institute
A population study of hot Jupiter atmospheres – Angelos Tsigaris, University College London

Thursday, 21st September, 13:00-13:40 Eastern European Time (UTC+3) –
Cassini/Comet Siding Spring encounter with Mars

Cassini – Scott Edgington, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Cassini/Dust in the Outer Solar System as measured by Cassini-CDA – Nicolas Altobelli, European Space Agency
Energetic particle showers over Mars from comet Siding-Spring – Beatriz Sanchez-Cano, University of Leicester
Interaction between Mars’ induced magnetosphere and the comet Siding Spring – Mats Holmström, Swedish Institute of Space Physics
The Metals Delivered by Comet Siding Spring to Mars – Matteo Crismani, University of Colorado at Boulder

Selected scientific talks will also be streamed from the sessions listed below (may be subject to change). A detailed programme of the talks being streamed on the day will be uploaded first thing each morning.
Monday, 18th September

Opening ceremony
Formation and Dynamical Evolution of Planetary Systems (EX3)
Ceres and Vesta – 10th anniversary of Dawn Special Session (SB5)

Tuesday, 19th September

In-Space Resource Utilization: Opportunities and Scientific Constraints (MT3/SB13)
Interplanetary nanosatellites, CubeSats/SmallSats (MT4)
Juno at Jupiter and Supporting Earth-Based Observations (OPS3)
Mercury Science and Observation (TP2)

Wednesday, 20th September

Mars Interior and Surface (TP4)
What do we know and what don’t we know following the cessation of the operational phase of the Rosetta mission (SB3)
KBOs and Centaurs (SB6)

Thursday, 21st September

Outer planets systems and Pluto (OPS1)

Friday, 22nd September

Planetary Rings (SB1)
Lunar Science and Exploration (LSE1)
Site selections for lunar outposts and permanent bases (LSE2)

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