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Astronomers thrilled by extreme storms on Uranus

Marc Delcroix: ‘Getting details on Mars, Jupiter or Saturn is now routine, but seeing details on Uranus and Neptune are the new frontiers for us amateurs and I did not want to miss that’

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W. M. Keck Observatory Presents

Meet The Ice Giants
Dr. Heidi B. Hammel
Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy

The planets Neptune and Uranus host a wealth of strange atmospheric phenomena and unusual interior activity. They are surrounded by odd variable ring systems and a plethora of distinctive moons. Dr. Heidi Hammel will bring you up-to-date on the latest from these most distant planets, known as the ice giants.

Keck lecture series: Meet the Ice Giants, Thursday (July 28)

W. M. Keck Observatory Presents Meet The Ice Giants Dr. Heidi B. Hammel Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy The planets Neptune and Uranus host a wealth of strange atmospheric phenomena and unusual interior activity. They are surrounded by odd variable ring systems and a plethora of distinctive moons. Dr. Heidi Hammel will bring […]

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