Keck Science Meeting On YouTube!

This year’s Keck Observatory Science meeting was held at UC San Diego, and included two days of talks and posters describing the most recent astronomical science conducted at the W. M. Keck Observatory.  The presentations included John Johnson (Caltech) on “Toward a Grand Unified Theory of the Origin of Hot Jupiters”; Jingwen Wu (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory): “A Rare Galaxy Population: WISE Discovers Hyperluminous Hot DOGs”; and Timothy Morton (Caltech): “Enabling the Kepler Exoplanet Census.”

The talks were broadcast on YouTube. Take a look: there are some excellent presentations recorded by posterity. Here is just one of the sessions:

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