Astronomy Deli – The Carnegie Observatories seminar series

They do this every spring in Pasadena, most recently at A Noise Within, and only now do I find out about it through random Youtube searches… It’s an outrage I tell you.

But the talks are so good, I’ll get over it.

Check out the Carnegie Observatories talks on everything from galaxies to planets to genes.
http://obs.carnegiescience.edu/news/huntington_online

I will also have to get to their Open House on 18 October 2015.

Perhaps the most surprising presentation was Dr. Linda Elkins-Tanton speaking on planet formation. I had no idea they formed so fast. Even more surprising, that water sufficient to create oceans can remain in the coalescing bodies despite the relentless bombardment and high heat.

Making Earth-Like Planets: Five Great Mysteries

Watch this video on YouTube.

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