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Live interactive webcasts from the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL)

Live interactive webcasts from the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL)

5 December 2000

JPL have planned four webcasts to mark Cassini-Huygens' Jupiter Millennium Flyby later this month. These live presentations, hosted by Charles White, JPL Design Hub System Engineer, will discuss the mission and other topics related to the exploration of Jupiter and Saturn.

The schedule for the first two live webcasts is as follows;

Webcast 1:

"Exploring the Outer Planets" Wednesday 6 December, 08:30-10:30 Pacific Standard Time (16:30 GMT - 18:30 GMT) with Dr. Ed Stone, Director of the JPL and project scientist for the Voyager Mission, who will be discussing the discoveries of the mission at Jupiter. Mr James K. Erickson, Project Manager of the Galileo Mission at Jupiter, who will be discussing Galileo's recent discoveries and Mr Robert Mitchell, will present "Cassini science at Jupiter" and will talk about Cassini's primary mission to the planet Saturn when the spacecraft arrives in the year 2004.

Webcast 2:

"Jupiter Science and Education"
Monday 11 December, 08:30-10:30 (PST)
(16:30 GMT - 18:30 GMT)
with Linda Spilker, Duane Bindschadler, Steven Edberg, and Scott Bolton

More information, including details of how to prepare your computer for the webcast, is available on the JPL website at: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/jupiterflyby/events/events_index.html

Last Update: 1 September 2019
28-Sep-2021 11:33 UT

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