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Quarterly Lecture Series

October 18th, 1pm ET/ 11am PT

Season 2: Science Motivations for Ocean Worlds Exploration

Episode 3: Geochemistry & Habitability

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Past Events

NOW Proposal Writing Workshop

September 24th, 11-1pm ET/ 8-10am pm PT

Presentations from Program Managers:

Mary Voytek (PSD)

Laura Lorenzoni (ESD-Oceans)

Thorsten Markus (ESD-Cryosphere)

Discussion/ Q and A: post your questions in advance HERE

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Live From an Ocean World!

July 15 4pm ET/ 1pm PT

Explore the Deep Sea on the E/V Nautilus

Hosted by:

Dr. Peter Girguis, Harvard University

Dr. Christopher German, Woods Hole Oceanographic Insitiution

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Quarterly Lecture Series

June 21, 2021

Season 2: Science Motivations for Ocean Worlds Exploration

Episode 2: Geophysics & Habitability

Lectures:

Science Motivations: Dr. James Roberts (JHU-APL)

Technologies/Instruments: Dr. Angela Marusiak (JPL)

 

MARCH 29, 2020

Season 2: Science Motivations for Ocean Worlds Exploration

Episode 1: "Signs of Life: Detection and Characterization."

Lectures by Marc Neveu (NASA Goddard) and Richard Quinn (NASA Ames

Season 1: Life on Ocean Worlds

JANUARY 4, 2020

Episode 4: "Life on the surface and in atmospheres"

Lectures by Prof. Juan Lora (Yale University) “Understanding Titan's hydrologic cycle and the distribution of methane seas"and Dr. David J. Smith (NASA Ames) “Microbiological Exploration in Earth’s Atmosphere”

SEPTEMBER 2020

Episode 3: "Life in the ice and ice-ocean interface"

Lectures by Dr. Kevin Arrigo, Stanford University and by Dr. Mike Malaska, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

JUNE 2020

Episode 2: “Life on the seafloors and in the oceans”

Lectures by Dr. Julie Huber, WHOI and by Dr. Kevin Hand, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

MARCH 2020

Episode 1: Introduction to Cryospheres: The Ocean Worlds and Earth

Lectures by Jill Mikucki, University of Tennessee and Cynthia Phillips, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory