AGU Fall Meeting: Press Conference on Hubble Observations of Europa Added

10 December 2013

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The AGU Public Information Office has scheduled an additional press conference for the 2013 Fall Meeting. Details for the newly added press conference are below. Please click on the “Press Conference” tab in the online Media Center for a full list of press conferences and more information, including participants and associated scientific sessions. The new press conference is tagged with “[NEW]” in the schedule.

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New Observations of Europa from the Hubble Space Telescope
Thursday, 12 December
8:00 a.m.

Previous spacecraft missions to Jupiter’s moon Europa revealed complex patterns adorning the surface and generated a scientific debate about its icy outer shell and subsurface ocean. New observations from the Hubble Space Telescope present a surprising twist to our understanding of this unusual planetary satellite.

Lorenz Roth, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, USA;
Joachim Saur, Institute of Geophysics and Meteorology, University of Cologne, Germany;
Kurt D. Retherford, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, USA;
James Green, NASA’s Planetary Sciences Division, Washington, DC, USA.

Sessions: P42A, P35A


AGU Contact:

Thomas Sumner
+1 (202) 777-7516
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