General Meeting



Type: General Meetings

Keywords: Exoplanets

Held on: Dec 18, 2013 (Wed) at 07:30 PM to Dec 18, 2013 (Wed) at 09:30 PM

Speaker: Brett Morris, University of Washington

Location: Physics/Astronomy Auditorium (PAA), Room A118, Seattle, Washington

Event Coordinator: Christopher Laurel


Have you already seen all eight planets in the Solar System and now crave a new challenge? At this General Meeting, UW astronomy graduate student Brett Morris will describe a new realm of planetary observation available to amateurs: making measurements of exoplanets transiting other suns. Morris will also talk about his research on characterizing exoplanets using the Kepler Space Telescope and Keck Observatories.



Latitude 47.6529796, Longitude -122.3110046

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