September 2015

DateEventLocation
Monday, Sep 7
Labor Day: University closure
Tuesday, Sep 8
3:45 pm
LPL Graduate Student Colloquium: Daniel Lo
Daniel Lo
Graduate Student in the Department of Planetary Sciences

Martian Atmospheric Tides as Observed by MAVEN IUVS
Kuiper Space Sciences: Room 312
Tuesday, Sep 8
7:00 pm
LPL Evening Lecture Series: Dr. William Hubbard
Dr. William Hubbard
Professor
Lunar and Planetary Laboratory

Juno - Revealing Jupiter's Depths

On the evening of July 4, 2016, NASA's New Frontiers spacecraft Juno will ignite its main engine to enter an unprecedented cloud-skimming orbit around Jupiter, our solar system's largest planet. Jupiter is the archetype giant planet, now known to be a very common type of substellar object in our Galaxy. Juno will make a series of close-range passes to look at Jupiter's atmosphere and interior and obtain benchmark data about the class of planet that best preserves the first million years of planetary system origins.

This event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30p.m. Parking in university surface parking lots is free after 5 p.m. Please be careful not to park in service or reserved spaces. Metered street parking is also available at no cost after 5 p.m. Parking in the Cherry Avenue Garage is available after 5 p.m. at a cost of $1.00 per hour.
For more information, contact Maria Schuchardt: Maria Schuchardt, 621-4861, or go to the LPL Outreach page.
Kuiper Space Sciences: Room 308
Saturday, Sep 12
7:00 pm
Bennuval - An Evening of Space, Art and Music
Bennuval flier
Fox Tucson Theatre: Room
Monday, Sep 28
4:00 pm
TAP Colloquium: Dr. Jeremy Heyl
Dr. Jeremy Heyl
Professor
University of British Columbia
Kuiper Space Sciences: Room 312