NASA Press Events at 2022 Fall AGU Meeting – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA researchers will present findings on Earth and space sciences Dec. 12-16 at the American Geophysical Union’s 2022 Fall meeting, being held both virtually and in Chicago this year. Science topics in the meeting range from climate science to planetary defense to studies of the Martian surface.
NASA-related press events on the meeting are as follows. (Access in order to participating in live briefings requires press registration . All briefings will be posted afterwards at the Fall Meeting 2022 Press Events playlist . ) All times Eastern, unless stated otherwise.
In-Person and Virtual Exhibit
Hands on demonstrations of science, hyperwall talks by NASA experts, and the NASA 2023 calendar will certainly all be made available at the NASA exhibit in the AGU Show Hall beginning on Monday, Dec. 12. In addition to the particular exhibit area in Chicago, NASA’s virtual exhibit area, NASA Technology Now , will reside stream some of the hyperwall talks from the exhibit.
Press Briefings and Occasions
Mon, Dec. twelve
10 a. m. – Media Briefing: Space Helicopters! Aircraft for Other Worlds
NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter began the era of powered-controlled flight on Mars upon April 19, 2021. Originally envisioned as a technology demonstrator that could fly up to five flights at the particular Red Planet, the rotorcraft is gearing up for Flight 36 because it not only continues its flight test mission but supports explorations by the Perseverance Roter planet (umgangssprachlich) rover. This briefing may cover the particular status associated with Ingenuity and what legacies it could have with regard to future missions. The briefing will also cover the latest with NASA’s Dragonfly quadcopter, which is destined to fly in the Saturnian moon Titan.
3 p. m. – Media Round Table: Arrival Preview: NASA’s First Asteroid Sample Return Mission
NASA’s first asteroid sample return mission, OSIRIS-REx – formally the particular Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, plus Security — Regolith Explorer – is on track to deliver the sizable test of asteroid Bennu in order to Earth on Sept. 24, 2023, landing under a parachute at the U. S. Air Force’s Utah Testing and Training Range in the Great Salt Lake Desert, completing the seven-year objective.
At this roundtable, mission leads will outline what needs to happen for a safe delivery from the asteroid sample. The team still needs to make a few precise room maneuvers to meet Earth on the right speed, time, plus position to drop off the package. Meanwhile, on the particular ground, crews prepare to receive the trial. The team will furthermore discuss the importance of this example and exactly what we hope to learn from it.
4: 20 g. m. – NASA Hyperwall Livestream
Join specialists at the NASA booth to hear hyperwall talks about Planetary Science, Astrophysics, Earth Science and Heliophysics.
Tuesday, Dec. 13
2: 30 p. m. – Media Opportunity in Chicago’s Adler Planetarium
Interview availability in the Adler Planetarium, along with Mars Sample Return project scientist Mini Wadhwa, Mars Helicopter pilot Havard Grip, and Roter planet (umgangssprachlich) Helicopter mission lead Teddy Tzanetos. Interviews will take place within front associated with full-size models of NASA’s Perseverance plus Ingenuity.
4: 25 p. meters. – NASA Hyperwall Livestream
Join experts on the NASA booth to hear hyperwall speaks about the particular NASA Eyes Application, Open Science and the upcoming eclipse events in 2023 and 2024.
Wednesday, Dec. 14
11 the. m. – Media Briefing: NASA Juno: Jovian Moon Revelations
Recent flybys of NASA’s Juno objective have provided the most detailed in-depth exploration of the Jovian moons Ganymede (in 2021) plus Europa (in 2022) within a generation. And the particular solar-powered spacecraft recently completed its 46th close-up technology pass of Jupiter. This particular briefing can include new science results from its Ganymede flyby and preliminary comes from the recent Europa flyby – including depth plus subsurface structure. The latest Jupiter imagery at northern latitudes will also become shared.
2 l. m. – Media Circular Table: Wetland Losses and Record Methane Increases
The particular growth rates of the concentration of atmospheric methane were the largest in 2020 plus 2021 since measurements started 40 years ago. While most emissions are from anthropogenic sources, new research is examining how climate change increases methane emissions from wetlands, even since the habitat is lost. In this roundtable, scientists will certainly discuss how satellite data and ongoing field work in Florida and worldwide is changing how all of us think about the global methane budget.
5: 30 p. m. – NASA Hyperwall Livestream
Join professionals at the NASA booth in order to hear regarding Earth science, the Sun and how the James Webb Space Telescope contributes to planetary science.
6 p. m. – Science and Storytelling
On the lighter side, the particular science storytelling event [email protected] features NASA scientists and others discussing their work live – and with no notes. Sponsored simply by NASA’s Applied Sciences Program, [email protected] is from the Adler Planetarium Wed evening, December. 14. RSVPs required with https://igniteagu.io/ .
Thursday, Dec. 15
12: 20 g. m. – NASA Hyperwall Livestream
Join experts in the NASA booth to hear about how NASA views Earth through space as well as the science upon Artemis quests.
2 p. mirielle. – Press Briefing: Pioneering Planetary Defense: What Comes Next After DART’s Asteroid Impact
Right after NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) intentionally slammed into the asteroid moonlet Dimorphos on Sept. 26 – altering its orbit by a whopping 32 minutes – the particular mission group worked in order to ask itself one fundamental question: What are the implications regarding using this technique in the future, if such a need should arise?
Join DART scientists intended for a detailed interpretation associated with post-impact technology and analysis from the particular world’s 1st planetary defense technology demonstration. After observing the ejecta evolution plus modeling the dynamics and impact, the particular science team has a greater understanding of what the spacecraft achieved on the impact site and can more confidently characterize the asteroid’s physical properties, further advancing our understanding of how to address potentially hazardous asteroids in the future.
Friday, Dec. 16
11 a. m. – Media Briefing: First Test Depot upon Mars and Next Science Campaign for NASA’s Perseverance Rover
The first sample depot on another planet will be taking physical form on the surface of Mars this month, as NASA’s Perseverance rover caches a collection of samples for later collection by the agency’s Roter planet (umgangssprachlich) Sample Come back program. This briefing may chronicle progress in this particular historic very first in space exploration, as well because premiere a few of the particular latest breathtaking imagery courtesy of the most advanced suite of cameras plus sensors ever sent to the Red Planet. The event will also reveal for the first time the detailed future hunt for Perseverance with its next science campaign – the “Delta Top Strategy. ”
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