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  Planetary and Solar System Sciences - Wednesday Programme

Please find the the floor plans for the room locations here.


ST0/PS0   Plasma processes at Earth and other solar system bodies: One of the nine (co-organized by PS and co-listed in US) (including Hannes Alfvén and Julius Bartels Medal Lecture)
  Oral Presentation / Lecture Room 15 (F2) / 13:30-19:00
PS1   Exploring the Solar System - Missions and Techniques
  Oral Presentation / Lecture Room 11 / 08:30-12:00
PS4   Comets, Asteroids, Dust, and Dynamics
  Oral Presentation / Lecture Room 7 / 15:30-19:00
PS13   Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer in Planetary Atmospheres
  Oral Presentation / Lecture Room 24 / 15:30-19:00
GI2   Atmoshere, Ocean and Meteorological Instruments (co-listed in AS, CL, OS, PS & ST)
  Poster Presentation / Halls X/Y / 17:30-19:00
GI3   Space Instrumentation (co-listed in AS, G, OS, PS & ST)
  Poster Presentation / Halls X/Y / 17:30-19:00
GI4   Planetary Landers, Instrumentation and Robotics (co-listed in PS)
  Poster Presentation / Halls X/Y / 17:30-19:00

 
 
 
 


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