In recent years, UV spectroscopy techniques have provided significant insights into volatiles, surface composition, and space weathering effects on Solar System objects. At the AGU meeting in New Orleans, please join us for session P23F, “Planetary Bodies in the Ultraviolet.” We will hear about recent UV observations, from Earth-orbiting telescopes and deep space probes, of Mercury, asteroids, comets, moons, and plumes. We’ll also hear about new lab work being done to aid in interpreting these data. This will be a panel discussion with audience participation. It’s sure to be an engaging discussing and we hope to see you there.
P23F, “Planetary Bodies in the Ultraviolet,” on Tuesday, December 12, 1:40-3:40PM (Room R02/R03).