Presented by Professor Stephen Kane, University of California: Riverside
||30 August 2019
||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
||Toowoomba - H102 (Allison Dickson Lecture Theatre)
||For more information, please contact Jonti Horner.
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The current search for potentially habitable planets relies heavily upon what we have learned from objects within our solar system, where we can obtain direct measurements of surface conditions. As well as understanding habitable environments, such as Earth, it is imperative that we study where the boundaries of habitability may lie and the kinds of planetary processes that result in hostile environments. In this talk I will describe lessons learned from the Earth-size planets in our solar system and the issues faced in trying to model exoplanets that are unlike anything we've ever seen.