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Keck Science Meeting 2012 Session 3

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Streamed live on Sep 20, 2012

Talks in this session:
00:00:23 William Merline (Southwest Research Institute): "A Keck search for faint satellites of Pluto in support of New Horizons"
00:16:34 Rachel Akeson (NExScI/Caltech): "10 years of the Keck Interferometer"
00:29:49 Aleks Diamond-Stanic (UCSD): "Probing Extreme Galaxy Outflows and Gaseous Halos with Keck"
00:45:55 Philip Muirhead (Caltech): "Distilling Nearby M Dwarfs for Terrestrial Planet Hosts"
00:59:57 Xavier Prochaska (UCSC): "The View of the Circumgalactic Medium from Keck"
01:16:00 Jingwen Wu (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory): "A Rare Galaxy Population: WISE Discovers Hyperluminous Hot DOGs"

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