There’s a new doodle survey to help schedule our next meeting of the JHU Astrobiology Club.  Disregard the dates and select just the times you find most favorable for attending a JHU Astrobiology Club meeting during a regular week.  Once we know a time when the most folks will be available, we can pick the day of the month to have the meeting.  In the meantime, look for current events, recent papers, or questions you might have about astrobiology to bring to the meeting for discussion.  Also, if anyone would like to give a presentation, coordinate with Adam.  Also, we’ll most likely have this first meeting of the fall semester in the same classroom where “Planets, Life, and the Universe” meets, Bloomberg 274.