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Fran Bagenal

Fran Bagenal

Fran Bagenal is a planetary scientist at the University of Colorado who studies the magnetic fields of planets and the charged particles trapped therein. She is currently involved in the New Horizons mission to Pluto as well as the Juno mission to Jupiter.

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Working Together - Scientists & Historians, Professionals & Amateurs

Posted 2013/09/18 10:53 CDT | 0 comment

From October 6 to 11, two divisions of the American Astronomical Society - Planetary Science and History - are meeting together for a combined annual conference. There will be several opportunities for the public to participate: a free public talk, several webcast lectures, a special online event for the Juno flyby of Earth, and a pro-am workshop on how amateur astronomers can contribute to planetary science.

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