Climate & Habitability of Terrestrial Planets: A Live Panel Discussion

Oct 15, 2020 12:30 PM
Location: YouTube Live

What can the climates of other planets, both within and outside our Solar System, tell us about Earth's climate trajectory? The McGill Space Institute and the Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences present "Climate & Habitability of Terrestrial Planets"!

Join us on October 15 at 12:30 pm EST for a live-streamed panel with 4 planetary experts who will discuss these questions and more! The moderated panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session where we will take questions from the audience.

The livestream can be viewed on Zoom or on YouTube Live Please register here.

Our speakers are:

- Raymond Pierrehumbert (Halley Professor of Physics, University of Oxford)

- Nikole Lewis (Assist. Prof. of Astronomy, Cornell University; Deputy Director, Carl Sagan Institute)

- Michael Way (NASA Goddard Institute for Space Science)

- Sarah Hörst (Assist.Prof. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University)

The event is free and open to anyone, everywhere.

This panel is the first of three in our series "Climate Through Deep Space & Time", so stay tuned for more!

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