This course will explore the processes related to planet formation, the properties of planets and the planetary conditions required for the emergence of life. We will study the formation of our Solar System and exoplanetary systems, the distribution and properties of exoplanets, and the potential habitability of other planets/moons in our system or extrasolar systems. The course will also review science cases and possible future astrobiology studies, both in site and via remote sensing, of astrobiologically relevant environments. Toward the end of the semester a few guest lectures will highlight particularly exciting and timely topics. This course is identical to ASTR 575; may be co-convened with ASTR 475. ASTR is home department.
|Spring 2022||001||Dániel Apai||Monday, Wednesday 10:00-11:15a.m.||Steward 208|
|Spring 2020||1||Apai/Eisner||Tuesday, Thursday 2:00-3:15p.m.||TBA|
|Spring 2019||1||Eisner/Apai||Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 - 3:15p.m.||SO 204|
|Spring 2017||1||Dániel Apai, Eisner|