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On Ammonia and Astrobiology
Topic: Titan
03/30/05
Arizona's Jonathan Lunine presented a lecture entitled "Titan: A Personal View after Cassini's first six months in Saturn orbit" at a NASA Director's Seminar on January 24, 2005. Lunine discusses the broader implications of ammonia in astrobiology.

Comparing the Triad of Great Moons
Topic: Titan
03/21/05
Arizona's Jonathan Lunine presented a lecture entitled "Titan: A Personal View after Cassini's first six months in Saturn orbit" at a NASA Director's Seminar on January 24, 2005. Lunine compares the great moons of Jupiter and Saturn in an edited transcript of Part 3.

The Missing Methane
Topic: Titan
03/09/05
Arizona's Jonathan Lunine presented a lecture entitled "Titan: A Personal View after Cassini's first six months in Saturn orbit" at a NASA Director's Seminar on January 24, 2005. Lunine discusses the question of missing methane in an edited transcript of Part 2.

Investigating Titan's Surface
Topic: Titan
03/02/05
Jonathan Lunine, a professor of planetary science and physics at the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory in Tucson, Arizona, is also an interdisciplinary scientist on the Cassini/Huygens mission.
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