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Press Conference
12:00–13:00 EDT


Interactive Exhibit Hall Open
13:00–14:00 EDT
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100Giant Planets 1: Jupiter
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 14:00 - 14:30 (EDT)
101Main Belt Asteroids 1: Taxonomy and Composition
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 14:00 - 14:30 (EDT)
102Pluto System: Atmosphere
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 14:00 - 14:30 (EDT)
103Giant Planets 2: Simulation and Lab Work
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 14:30 - 15:00 (EDT)
104Main Belt Asteroids 2: Physical Properties
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 14:30 - 15:00 (EDT)
105Pluto System: Geology
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 14:30 - 15:00 (EDT)
106Icy Galilean Satellites: Spectroscopy
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 15:00 - 15:30 (EDT)
107Ground-Based Asteroid Surveys
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 15:00 - 15:30 (EDT)
108Comet Comae: A Tail of Volatiles and Ice
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 15:00 - 15:30 (EDT)
109Icy Satellites: Surface and Above
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 15:30 - 16:00 (EDT)
110Asteroid Surveys in the Era of LSST
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 15:30 - 16:00 (EDT)
111Comet Comae: C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE)
Parallel Q&A Session
Live: 15:30 - 16:00 (EDT)
112Plenary Panel: Interstellar Objects and Active Small Bodies
Plenary
Live: 16:00 - 17:00 (EDT)
113DPS Prize Announcements
Plenary
Live: 17:00 – 17:30 (EDT)
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1Future Missions, Instruments, and Facilities
Chat Session



Women in Planetary Science Discussion Hour
17:30–18:30 EDT
Sponsored by AURA


Join us for the annual Women in Planetary Science event in its first ever virtual format. All are welcome!  This year we will have professional development “table topics” covering a wide range of themes based on the attendee interest.  A huge thanks(!) to our generous sponsor AURA for supporting this event again this year.  Sign up is required so that we can plan for virtual “room size”, gauge attendee interests, and send you information/updates about the event.  Please see more details and sign up at http://bit.ly/DPS_WIPS_2020 .  The deadline to sign up is right before the event (Monday October 26 at 5:30 pm Eastern), but if we get too many people we may have to cap the attendance, so sign up early!  We will update the sign up page according to whether spots are still available.  The telecon link for the event will be sent to those who sign up and posted on the detailed schedule for the DPS meeting (not the block schedule).  Please do not post the telecon link in a public place.  For any questions please contact Kelsi Singer at kelsi.singer at gmail.com.

 


Daily Science Chats
18:30–19:30 EDT

Bummed that you can’t get together with a group of colleagues for lunch or dinner after the sessions IRL* this year? Didn’t get a chance or weren’t comfortable asking a question during the live Q&A sessions? Daily Science Chats are live Zoom Discussions on subject areas from today’s parallel science sessions. An informal, accessible environment for questions and discussions. Early career researchers are encouraged to attend! Email Cathy Olkin with questions: colkin at boulder.swri.edu

*in real life

Pluto (Geology and ATM)
+ Comets (Comae)

18:30–19:30 EDT

    Facilitators:
  • Lori Feaga
  • Leslie Young

Asteroids
18:30–19:30 EDT

    Facilitators:
  • Faith Vilas
  • Andy Rivkin
Giant Planets (Jupiter and Simulations/lab work)
+ Icy Satellites (Spectroscopy)
+ Galilean Satellites

18:30–19:30 EDT
    Facilitators:
  • Carly Howett
  • Scott Edgington

Meet-ups, Social Hour & Games
20:00–21:00 EDT

LGBTQ+ Meet-up
20:00–21:00 EDT


Since we can't meet up for our usual informal networking dinner, join us for an informal video chat to meet other LGBTQ+ DPS attendees! Give a shout-out to your poster or talk, ask questions about where to go to grad school or what jobs are hiring, or just chat about general topics.  Email Cynthia Phillips with any questions: Cynthia.b.phillips at jpl.nasa.gov

Social Hour + Games
20:00–21:00 EDT




Prizes donated by STARtorialist

Meet up on Zoom for fun games of astronomy-themed trivia! Prizes will be awarded to the top contestants of each game, while a grand prize will be awarded to the contestant with the most cumulative points throughout the week. Email Steven Kreyche with any questions: stevenkreyche at gmail.com

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Gold Sponsors & Gold Partners



AAS Publishing

Contact: Julie Steffen

Twitter: @AAS_Publishing


NASA Planetary Data System

Contact: Tom Morgan


Universities Space Research Association - USRA

Contact: Suraiya Farukhi


Silver Sponsors & Silver Partners


Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)

Contact: Nanci Reich

Twitter: @AURADC


Elsevier

Contact: Tessa de Roo

Twitter: @ELSenviron


Southwest Research Institute

Contact: Tracy Becker

Twitter: @SWRI


Space Telescope Science Institute

Contact: Mitch Watkins

Twitter: @SpaceTelescope


TREX (Toolbox for Research and Exploration)

Contact: Amanda Hendrix

Twitter: @trex_sservi


Bronze Sponsors & Bronze Partners


Ball Aerospace

Contact: Peggy Irwin

Twitter: @BallAerospace


NASA Exoplanet Science Institute

Contact: Ellen O'Leary


Planetary Science Institute

Contact: Mark Sykes

Twitter: @planetarysci


Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data System

Contact: Bobby Bus




Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data System

Contact: Donna Thompson

Twitter: @adsabs


University of Central Florida, Department of Physics

Contact: Kerri Donaldson Hanna

Twitter: @UCFPlanetary