We now know that ice in the solar system resides in at least three distinct reservoirs, known as the Oort cloud, the Kuiper belt and the main-belt comets. Dr. Jewitt will discuss the nature, distribution and significance of the ice, highlighting its connection to the formation epoch, in a style intended to be sweeping and broadly accessible.
Primordial Ice Reservoirs of the Solar System
Wednesday, March 31, 2010 - 12:00pm
Department of Earth & Space Sciences and Inst. Geophys. and Planetary Physics, UCLA
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