On April 11, astronomers Alan Hale & Tom Bopp (co-discovers of Comet Hale-Bopp), David Levy (co-discover of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9) and Don Yeomans (Jet Propulsion Lab) will participate in a panel discussion titled "Comet Chasers: On the Trail of a Comet" at Caltech in Pasadena, California. This event will be broadcast live over the Internet on CU-SeeMe. The panel discussion will start at 9PM PDT (PDT = UTC - 7 hours), and will run for 75 minutes including a Question & Answer session at the end. This event is being sponsored by JPL's Stardust and Galileo projects.
Details on the Comet Chasers event are available in this JPL press release:
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Also, we've arranged that this CU-SeeMe broadcast will be available on the NASA TV reflector sites. The list of NASA TV reflector sites are available on this home page:
If you already have your own CU-SeeMe reflector site, and would like to pick up our CU-SeeMe feed, then add the following line to your configuration file:
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