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Planetary Society Hangout: Jan 10th, 2013 - AAS Coverage with Astronomer Meg Schwamb

Thursday, Jan 10th, at noon PST/2000 UT

Posted by Casey Dreier

10-01-2013 13:00 CST

Topics: podcasts and videos, events and announcements

Join me, Senior Editor EmilyLakdawalla, Planetary Radio host Mat Kaplan, and special guest Dr. Meg Schwamb of Yale University to talk about the latest news from the American Astronomical Society's 2013 meeting in Long Beach, California. Dr. Schwam will help us understand the latest announcements about exoplanets, and her own research of outer solar system bodies.

I will embed the video here starting just a few minutes before noon PST on Thursday. If you don't see the video here, or the video isn't loading correctly, please try reloading the page.

Planets Everywhere

NASA, ESA, and M. Kornmesser (ESO)

Planets Everywhere
This artist's illustration gives an impression of how common planets are around the stars in the Milky Way. The planets, their orbits, and their host stars are all vastly magnified compared to their real separations.
 
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Comments:

Gerald: 01/11/2013 07:28 CST

It would be interesting to find a planet near one of the Lagrange points of a binary system.

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