The Cassini Project will host a five-day Cassini Science Symposium August 12-17, including a reception Sunday evening before the sessions. The sessions will be held at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Invited and contributed talks will include the latest Cassini findings on the Saturn system, including the interpretation and synthesis of results. Sessions will cover the following disciplines: Rings, Titan, Icy Satellites, Magnetospheres and Saturn. This Symposium can serve as a springboard for future studies and space missions. Future mission posters are possible.
The symposium website can be found at:
Details, including key dates, registration and hotel information, and abstract instructions be added to the website as known and will be sent in future announcements. Abstracts will be due 16 April, 2018. But for now, please save the dates.
If this announcement was forwarded to you and you would like us to add your email address to the contact list for future information, please contact Laura Bloom.
We hope to see you there.
Larry W. Esposito
Chair, Symposium Organizing Committee