"Search for Life Beyond the Solar System" Virtual Coffee Breaks

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"Search for Life Beyond the Solar System" Virtual Coffee Breaks

Time: March 17, 2014 at 6pm to March 19, 2014 at 7pm
Location: Tucson, AZ or online
Website or Map: http://goo.gl/2zde5d
Event Type: astrobiology, conference, virtual, coffee, break
Organized By: Kate Follette
Latest Activity: Mar 14, 2014

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Unable to attend next week’s “Search For Life Beyond the Solar System: Exoplanets, Biosignatures and Instruments” conference in Tucson, AZ? Pose questions to conference headliners at one of three “Virtual Coffee Breaks” to be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday March 18, 19 and 20 12:15-12:45 MST. Sponsored by the NASA Astrobiology Institute. 

Coffee Break Website: http://goo.gl/2zde5d
Conference website: http://www.ebi2014.org

Tuesday, March 18 
12:15-12:45MST 

Topic: “Reinventing Goldilocks: Exoplanet Habitability and Biosignatures”
Organizer: Kate Follette, University of Arizona (kfollette@as.arizona.edu)

Panelists:
Dr. Sara Seager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Victoria Meadows, University of Washington
Dr. Lynn Rothschild, Brown University
Dr. John Baross, University of Washington

Wednesday, March 19
12:15-12:45MST

Topic: “Toward Pale Blue Dots: The Future of Habitable Exoplanet Detection”
Organizer: Kate Follette, University of Arizona (kfollette@as.arizona.edu)

Panelists: 
Dr. Natalie Batalha, NASA Ames
Dr. Olivier Guyon, University of Arizona/National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
Dr. George Ricker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thursday, March 20
12:15-12:45MST

Topic: “Fermi Paradox or Science Fiction Reality: The Future of the Search for Life in the Universe”
Organizer: Kate Follette, University of Arizona (kfollette@as.arizona.edu)

Panelists: 
Dr. Jill Tarter, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Dr. Rory Barnes, University of Washington
Dr. Wesley Traub, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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