We’re releasing a batch of 13 new OP Lunch talks video recordings !
We are really happy with the quality and diversity of the talks, and the turn-out since the beginning of these weekly events. We are so thankful to the speakers for that. We hope you will discover something meaningful and useful to you. Here is the list of all the latest talks available for you to watch and discuss:
- #26: “Services and uses of Astrophysics Source Code Library (ASCL)”
- #27: “Reverberation mapping of AGN & determining epidemiological reproduction numbers”
- #28: “Developing Interpretable Machine Learning for Planetary Space Physics”
- #29: “Introduction to JUICE, the European Jupiter Icy Moon Explorer mission”
- #30: “Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS), when open source meets peer review”
- #31: “Everything you should know about the scientific review process”
- #32: “Planning imaging observations with cameras on Mars rovers using Viewpoint”
- #33: “Seeing the Solar System through Robot Eyes”
- #34: “Introduction to China’s Planetary Data System from Chang’e Lunar Data”
- #35: “Planetary Geologic Maps, unifying platform”
- #36: “Shaping Science: Organizations, Decisions, and Culture on NASA’s Teams”
- #37: “Video games for online astronomy education at Penn State”
- #38: “Imaging Inside Mercury’s Dark Craters”
For each talk, should we have any questions for the speaker, or anybody within the planetary science community who might be able to answer you, feel free to ask using this forum; also to share any useful resources.
All videos are available on our YouTube channel.
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