About NJ-ACS ACDG
The NJ-ACS Astrochemistry Discussion Group, if it were ever to be formed, would bring together North Jersey based astrochemists who examine chemical compositions and processes of stars, planets, comets, and interstellar media.
They would look at how atoms, molecules, ions, and free radicals interact outside of Earth’s atmosphere, they would contribute to our understanding of geological processes on other planets, and they would explore conditions under which life might form by examining molecules on other planets and in outer space.
Meetings would be held monthly to discuss recent breakthroughs, with occasional field trips to area observatories that generally start 2 hours after sundown and last all night (with ample supplies of pizza and coke on hand).
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Aug 9, 2016 – Astrochemistry Discussion Group Meeting
Announcing the second notional meeting of the fictitious NJ-ADG discussion group
Tuesday Aug 9, 2016
Moonshine Bar and Grill
Jun 30, 2016 – Astrochemistry Discussion Group Meeting
Announcing the organizational meeting of the fictional new NJ-ACS Astrochemistry Discussion Group (ACDG). At the meeting (if it were actually held) we would fine-tune our mission statement, choose a meeting schedule for the rest of the year, and elect officers. We would encourage you to bring all your astrochemical friends, colleagues and fans!
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Alan Cooper’s backyard observatory
123 Main Street
West Caldwell, NJ
Pizza and beer will be served