11 AM – noon, Room 242 of Planetary Hall unless otherwise noted.
11 AM – noon, Room 242 of Planetary Hall
Lower-Upper Atmosphere Cooling — from Milliseconds to Decades
Erdal Yiğit and John Lear
Recent MAVEN-Mars results
Temporal evolution of the horizontal motion, buoyant velocity and magnetic field of an emerging active region
Graduate Institute of Space Science, National …
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Tuesday at 11am, Room 242 Planetary Hall
Tuesdays (Jan 28; Feb 11, 25; Mar 18; Apr 1, 15, 29) from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in Planetary Hall room 242.
Alternate Tuesdays from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in Planetary Hall room 242.
The SWL journal club will meet ad-hoc in Fall 2012 on Tuesdays 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm in a room that will change from week-to-week. To receive announcements, register for the SWL student email list given at
Please note that some of the locations have changed.
We are holding a new graduate student orientation on Friday August 16th. Note that the morning schedule differs between the Physics and CSI graduate students.
New and current students are welcome to attend any of the activities.
Please send either Prof. So (email@example.com) or Prof. Weigel (firstname.lastname@example.org) an email (if you …
The workshop is to improve the scientific understanding of the origin and propagation of solar transients, and develop the prediction capacity of these transients’ arrival and potential impact on the Earth.
This workshop is the activity of the ISEST program in CAWSES-II / Task Group.
The workshop engages coordinated international activities in observation, theory and modeling, involves scientists in both developed and developing countries, and provides an online platform for educational opportunities for students
We are working with the Office of Equity and Diversity Services to develop a plan to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in physics at all levels. We are meeting with Corey Jackson on the 20th of August to discuss our plans.
This workshop is the activity of the ISEST program in CAWSES-II / Task Group 3.
ISEST Workshop (International Study of Earth-Affecting Solar Transients)
Satellite observations of the space shuttle’s main engine exhaust plume: Unexpected global-scale transport and polar mesospheric cloud formation
March 26th, 2013