A series of online lectures** will be organized by Dan Britt and Carle Pieters throught the fall on the topic of Planetary Evolution: "Phobos and Deimos". Talks will be broadcast online every Monday at 3pm ET at:  https://connect.arc.nasa.gov/marsmoons/

(The same link will be used for each seminar, active 30 mins before each talk). All talks will be archived at: 

Sept 14: Introduction [discovery, physical properties, orbit...]; D. Britt 
Sept 21: The Age and Cratering History of Phobos; N. Schmedemann 
Sept 28: The Formation & Effects of Stickney Impact on Phobos; K. Ramsley 
Oct 5: The Character and Origin of Phobos' Grooves; J. Murray 
Oct 12: Ambiguity of Compositional Data for Phobos and Deimos; A. Rivkin/R. Klima 
Oct 19: Geology and Geomorphology of Phobos and Deimos; S. Basilevsky 
Oct 26: Origin of Phobos: Capture; J. Burns 
Nov 2: Origin of Phobos: Co-accretion, Big Impact; R. Canup 
Nov 9: Properties of Meteorite Analogues; C. Herd 
Nov 16: Space Weathering and Regolith, Dust; C. Pieters/M. Horanyi 
Nov 23: Microgravity Within Mars' Gravity Well; D. Scheeres 
Nov 30: Phobos-Deimos ISRU; P. Metzer/R. Mueller 
Dec 7: Phobos as an Exploration Destination and Base for Mars Exploration; M. Gernhardt

** NASA's Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI)

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