6th Tokyo Area Planetary Science (TAPS) meeting to be held at ELSI on September 30, 2019, 13:30 - 17:30
- Guest talk by Erik Parker (NASA Goddard): “Oligopeptide formation under mild aqueous conditions”
- Keynote talk by Christine Houser (ELSI/Tokyo Tech): “Water’s journey through rocky planets”
- Masashi Omiya (Astrobiology Center): “IRD-SSP: Search for planets like Earth around late-M dwarfs”
- Aaron C. Bell (Ridge-i Inc./University of Tokyo): “EXO-ATMOS: A scalable grid of hypothetical planetary atmospheres”
- James O’Donoghue (JAXA): “Saturn’s Rings and Jupiter’s Great Red Spot: an animated discussion”
We are a group of Tokyo-area astronomers, planetary scientists, and astrobiologists who gather semi-regularly to discuss a wide variety of planet-related topics. We welcome anyone working on planets, both in and out of the solar system, to join us!
Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated. All event attendees and staff have the right to a space that is free of all forms of discrimination, harassment, bullying, and/or retaliation. Participants who are requested to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. If you wish to report harassment, suspect that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the organizing committee as soon as possible.