“Adventures in the Outer Solar System”
In this talk we will Zoom (pun intended) to the outer solar system to
explore the gas giant planets Jupiter and Saturn. I will furnish the
audience with plenty of fun facts about the amazing worlds of dynamic
auroral displays, diverse moons, and mysterious atmospheres. I will
focus on some of the famous spacecraft including Cassini which spent 13
years exploring the Saturn system, and NASA’s Juno which is currently in
orbit around Jupiter.
Dr. Caitriona Jackman is an Honorary Professor at the Dublin Institute
for Advanced Studies where she leads a research group on Planetary
Magnetospheres. She has worked with data from missions including NASA’s Cassini at Saturn, ESA’s Cluster mission in orbit around Earth, NASA’s Juno at Jupiter, and with data from the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Her research interests include understanding how the aurora works, and how machine learning and complexity science can be used to study huge volumes of data from space.
Paul Evans is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: IAA – Prof Caitriona Jackman
Time: Dec 2, 2020 07:15 PM London
Meeting ID: 897 0423 4875
The room will open at approximately 19:15 to get everyone in for a 19:30 sharp start.
The meeting will also be simulcast on our YouTube Channel