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Friday Sep 29, 2017
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Shouleh Nikzad (JPL)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Abe Falcone (Penn State)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Matt Bolcar (NASA/GSFC)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Michael Dipirro (NASA/GSFC)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Workshop Participants (n/a)
Thursday Sep 28, 2017
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Workshop Presenters (Various Universities and Institutions)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Gert Finger (ESO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Nathan Bush (The Open University)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Jay Anderson (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Ori Fox (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Elizabeth George (ESO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Timothy Greffe (Caltech)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Claire Juramy (BNL)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Andrei Nomerotski (Brookhaven)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Paul O’Connor (BNL)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Chaz Shapiro (JPL)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Jesper Skottfelt (The Open University)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Simon Tulloch (ESO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Knox Long (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Michel Regan (STScI)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Workshop Participants (n/a)
Wednesday Sep 27, 2017
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Workshop Presenters (Various Universities and Institutions)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
James W. Beletic (Teledyne)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Don Hall (U. Hawaii)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Adrien Lamoure (Sofradir/CEA)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Christopher Leitz (MIT-LL)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Philippe Feautrier (FLI)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Majid Zandian (Teledyne)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Joong Lee (RIT)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Adam Reiss (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Stefan Lauxtermann (Sensor Creations)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Olivier Gravrand (CEA-LETI)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Markus Loose (Markury Scientific)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Javier Reyes (ESO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Pravin Chordia (IUCAA)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Mahesh Burse (IUCAA)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Stephen Kaye (Caltech)
Tuesday Sep 26, 2017
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
John Tower (SRI)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Gregory Bredthauer (STA)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Gary Sims (Spectral Instruments)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Fernando Pedichini (INAF-Rome)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Klaus Reif (Bonn-Shutters)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Vishy Suntharalingam (MIT-LL)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Workshop Presenters (Various Universities and Institutions)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Doug Simons (CFHT)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Paul Jerram & Paul Jorden (Teledyne-e2v)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Andrew Holland (The Open University)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Olaf Iwert (ESO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Emmanuel Hugot (CNRS)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Richard Demers (JPL)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Mark Downing (ESO)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
M.E. Hoenk (JPL)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Fernando Pedichini (INAF-Rome)
No description found.
Monday Sep 25, 2017
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Ken Sembach  (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Craig Mackay (Cambridge (UK))
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Geoffray Herve (CNES)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Gary Sims (Special Instruments)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Derek Ives (ESO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Barry Rothberg & Gustavo Rahmer (LBTO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Workshop Presenters (Various Universities and Institutions)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Martin Roth (AIP)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Roger Smith (Caltech)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Dae-Hee Lee (KASI)
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Craig Mackay (Cambridge (UK))
No description found.
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Roger Smith (Caltech)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Robert Sharp & Adam Contos (ANU-RSAA, GMTO)
2017 Scientific Detector Workshop
Qian Song (NAOC)
Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Paul Crowther (University of Sheffield)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Elizabeth Stanway (University of Warwick)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Jacopo Chevallard (ESA)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Andrea Ferrara (Scuola Normale Superiore)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Naveen Reddy (UC Riverside)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Rachel Theios (Caltech)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Nick Gnedin (Fermilab)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Alaina Henry (n/a)
Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Masami Ouchi (The University of Tokyo)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Anne Verhamme (Geneva University -- CRAL Lyon)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Alaina Henry (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Charlotte Mason (UCLA)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Tim Heckman (Johns Hopkins University)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Eros Vanzella (INAF - Bologna Observaotry)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Bethan James (STScI)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Jane Rigby (NASA )
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Stephane de Barros (n/a)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Camilla Pacifici (NASA Goddard)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Susan Kassin (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Ryan Trainor (n/a)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Luis Colina (CAB/CSIC)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Bernd Husemann (n/a)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
John Wise (Georgia Institute of Technology)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Priyamvada Natarajan (Yale)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Daniel Ceverino (Heidelberg University)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Kirk Barrow (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Monday Jul 31, 2017
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Nancy Levenson (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Daniel Stark (University of Arizona)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Pascal Oesch (University of Geneva)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
James Rhoads (University of Arizona)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Rebecca Larson (University of Texas at Austin)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Steve Finkelstein (The University of Texas at Austin)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Christian Binggeli (Uppsala University)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Rychard Bouwens (Leiden University)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Irene Shivaei (University of California at Riverside)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Workshop Presenters (n/a)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Charles Steidel (Caltech)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Alison Coil (UCSD)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Alison Strom (Caltech/Carnegie)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Nor Pirzkal (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Anne Jaskot (UMass)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Ricardo Amorin (University of Cambridge)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Kim-Vy Tran (Texas A&M University)
2017 Spectral Diagnostics to Explore the Cosmic Dawn with JWST
Sally Oey (University of Michigan)
Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Jacob Bean (University of Chicago)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Dana Louie (University of Maryland)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Shawn Domagal-Goldman (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Theodora Karalidi (Steward Observatory)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Bonnie Meinke, Joel Greene (STScI)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Jessica Krick, Jim Ingalls (Caltech/IPAC-Spitzer)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Natalie Batalha (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Jonathan Fortney (UC Santa Cruz)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Hannah Wakeford (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Emily Rauscher (University of Michigan)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Eliza Kempton (Grinnell College)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Hannah Diamond-Lowe (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Michael Gillon (University of Liège)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Caroline Morley (Harvard University)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Nikole Lewis (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Joe Harrington (University of Central Florida)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Neale Gibson (Queen's University of Belfast)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Laura Kreidberg (Harvard University)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Kevin Stevenson (STScI)
No description found.
Monday Jul 10, 2017
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Ken Sembach, Nicole Lewis (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Mike McElwain (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
David Sing (University of Exeter)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Sarah Kendrew (STScI)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Stephan Birkman (European Space Agency)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Tom Greene (NASA Ames)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Loic Albert (Université de Montréal)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Neill Reid (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Iva Momcheva (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Mike Line (Arizona State University)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Workshop Presenters (n/a)
No description found.
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Denise Taylor  (STScI, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
2017 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Observations with JWST
Natasha Batalha (STScI, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
Wednesday Jun 28, 2017
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Risa Wechsler (Stanford University)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Michael Schneider (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Tim Eifler ( JPL/Caltech)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Elena Massara (UC Berkeley)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Melanie Simet (UC Riverside/JPL)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Workshop Participants (n/a)
No description found.
Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Jennifer Yee (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Will Dawson (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Radek Poleski (Ohio State University)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Aparna Bhattacharya (NASA/GSF)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Workshop Participants (n/a)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Leslie Rogers (University of Chicago)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Stefanie Milam (NASA/GSFC)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Benne Holwerda (University of Louisville)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Roberta Paladini (Caltech-IPAC)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Al Wootten (National Radio Astronomy Observatory)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Vernesa Smolcic (University of Zagreb)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Mark Dickinson (National Optical Astronomy Observatory)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Workshop Presenters (n/a)
Monday Jun 26, 2017
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Ken Sembach (STScI)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Dominic Benford (GSFC)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
David Weinberg (Ohio State University)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Steve Finkelstein (The University of Texas at Austin)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Dan Scolnic (University of Chicago)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Rychard Bouwens (Leiden University)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Jeffrey Newman (University of Pittsburgh)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Workshop Presenters (n/a)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
David Spergel (Princeton University)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Ben Granett (INAF Brera Observatory)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Zeljko Ivezic (University of Washington)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Nao Suzuki (Kavli IPMU, Univ of Tokyo)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Peter Melchior (Princeton University)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Julianne Dalcanton (University of Washington)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Benjamin Williams (University of Washington)
No description found.
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Robyn Sanderson (TAPIR)
2017 - Astronomy in the 2020s: Synergies with WFIRST
Andrew Graus (University of California, Irvine)
Thursday May 18, 2017
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Karl Gordon (STScI)
The JWST Calibration Pipeline Karl Gordon (STScI) Abstract: The JWST calibration pipeline is a modular, flexible collection of processing steps and pipelines that are used to remove detector artifacts, calibrate, and reduce data from all JWST instr ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Harry Ferguson (STScI)
JWST Data Analysis Tools and Community Software Harry Ferguson (STScI) Abstract: This talk will outline some of the tools that JWST users may wish to use in analyzing their data. Specifically, I will focus on tools being developed in the python pro ...
Wednesday May 17, 2017
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Alaina Henry (STScI)
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Chris Stark (STScI)
Tuesday May 16, 2017
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Laurent Pueyo (STScI)
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Maria Pena-Guerrero, Diane Karakla, Glenn Wahlgren (STScI)
No description found.
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Ori Fox (STScI)
JDOX: Preparing Your Proposal with JWST User Handbook Documentation Ori Fox (STScI) The JWST User Documentation "JDOX" provides modern versions of instrument handbooks, data handbooks, and calls for proposals for JWST. Compared to the HST handboo ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Dan Coe (STScI)
JWST Help Desk Dan Coe (STScI) The JWST Help Desk has transitioned from e-mail to a new web-based service. As you type your question, useful links appear: answers to frequently asked questions (our Knowledge Base) and related documentation articl ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Bill Blair (STScI)
Introduction to the Astronomer’s Proposal Tool and Target Visibility Tools Bill Blair (STScI) Proposers with HST experience are no doubt familiar with the Astronomers Proposal Tool (APT), which is really a GUI-interface into a suite of tools used ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Jeff Valenti (STScI)
JWST Overheads Jeff Valenti (STScI) JWST observers will receive a time allocation that includes science photon collection, direct overheads associated with a visit, and indirect overheads that apportion generic observatory activities to all visits. ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Martha Boyer (STScI)
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Tea Temim (STScI)
Monday May 15, 2017
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Massimo Stiavelli (STScI)
No description found.
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Marshall Perrin (STScI)
High Contrast Imaging of Planetary Systems with NIRCam and MIRI Marshall Perrin (STScI) For studies of nearby planetary and brown dwarf companions and circumstellar disks, JWST offers a suite of coronagraphs optimized for wavelengths from 2 to 24 m ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Margaret Meixner (STScI)
SN 1987A: The Formation and Evolution of Dust in a Supernova Explosion Margaret Meixner (STScI) From Supernova to Supernova Remnant, SN 1987A, has given us a unique opportunity to study the mechanics of a supernova explosion and now to witness the ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Catarina Alves de Oliveira (STScI)
Brown dwarfs in star forming clusters (NIRCam imaging + NIRSpec MOS – same cycle) Catarina Alves de Oliveira (ESA) Brown dwarfs represent by number a sizeable fraction of the stellar content of the Galaxy and their masses populate the transition ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Pierre Ferruit (STScI)
NIRSpec Multi-Object Spectroscopy of Distant Galaxies Pierre Ferruit (ESA) The study of the formation and evolution of galaxies is at the core of the JWST NIRSpec Guaranteed Time Observer (GTO) program. More than 80% of the NIRSpec GTO time alloc ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Marcia Rieke (STScI)
Planning a Deep NIRCam Survey Marcia Rieke (University of Arizona) The design and rationale for the NIRCam GTO Deep Survey program will be examined in this talk with an emphasis on why a particular suite of filters and exposure times were chosen. ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Chris Willott (STScI)
Observing galaxies in and behind massive lensing clusters with NIRISS slitless spectroscopy and NIRCam imaging Chris Willott (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Canada) I will describe a JWST spectroscopy and imaging survey of five massive galaxy ...
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Sarah Kendrew (STScI)
2017 JWST Proposal Planning Workshop
Armin Rest (STScI)
Thursday Mar 2, 2017
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
STScI Staff and Science Community (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Workshop Participants (n/a)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Ray Norris (Western Sydney Uni & CSIRO Astronomy & Space Science)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Lucianne Walkowicz (The Adler Planetarium)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Gail Zasowski (STScI)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Nao Suzuki (Kavli IPMU, University of Tokyo)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Workshop Participants (n/a)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Workshop Participants (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Mar 1, 2017
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Joshua Peek  (STScI)
Tuesday Feb 28, 2017
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Chris Lintott (Uni. of Oxford/Zooniverse)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Brooke Simmons (UC San Diego)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Steven Silverberg (University of Oklahoma)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Thomas Robitaille (Freelance)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Amr Hassan (Swinburne University of Technology)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Tom Donaldson,Clara Brasseur (STScI)
No description found.
Monday Feb 27, 2017
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Ken Sembach, Joshua Peek (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Umaa Rebbapragada (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Ashish Mahabal (California Institute of Technology)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Casey Law (UC Berkeley)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Minia Manteiga (University of A Coruna)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Brian Nord, Marc Huertas-Company, Fernando Caro, Jeremy Hare, Colin Jacobs, Bülent K?z?ltan, Jonathan Hargis (n/a)
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Arjun Dey (NOAO)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Dalya Baron (Tel Aviv University)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Stephanie Juneau (NOAO & CEA-Saclay)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Branimir Sesar (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Kiri Wagstaff (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Armin Rest (STScI)
No description found.
2017 Detecting the Unexpected (Discovery in the Era of Astronomically Big Data)
Rick White (STScI)
No description found.
Thursday Nov 17, 2016
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Jeremy Kasdin (Princeton)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Jeremy Kasdin (Princeton)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Tyler Groff (GSFC)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Kerri Cahoy, Workshop Participants  (MIT)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Bijan Nemati (JPL/NASA)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
John Krist (JPL/NASA)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Tyler Robinson (UC Santa Cruz)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Margaret Turnbull, Neil Zimmerman (SETI Institute, STScI)
Wednesday Nov 16, 2016
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Jean-Luc Beuzit (IPAG, Grenoble)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Jeremy Kasdin/ Nikole Lewis (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Dean Hines (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Alexandra Greenbaum (University of Michigan)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Brad Peterson/ Karl Stapelfeldt (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Sasha Hinkley (University of Exeter)
Tuesday Nov 15, 2016
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Caroline Morley (UC–Santa Cruz)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Mark Marley (NASA Ames)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Kevin Wagner (University of Arizona)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Stephen Durkan (Queen's University Belfast)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Kat Feng (UCSC)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Kyle Van Gorkom (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Elodie Choquet (JPL/NASA)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Marie Ygouf (IPAC/Caltech)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Timothy J. Rodigas (Carnegie Institution of Washington, DTM)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Daniel Rouan (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Arthur Vigan (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Thayne Currie (NAOJ/Subaru Telescope)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Eduardo Bendek (NASA Ames Research Center)
Monday Nov 14, 2016
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Ken Sembach (STScI)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Mark Clampin (GSFC)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Jean-François Sauvage (ONERA - LAM)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Johan Mazoyer (JHU/STScI)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Stuart Shaklan (JPL/NASA)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Garreth Ruane (Caltech)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Garima Singh (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
No description found.
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
workshop presenters (n/a)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Hannah Jang-Condell (University of Wyoming )
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Robin Dong (Steward Observatory)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Anthony Boccaletti (Observatoire de Paris)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Meredith Hughes (Wesleyan University)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Tom Esposito (UC Berkeley)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Sasha Hinkley / Elisabeth Matthews (University of Exeter)
2016 High-Contrast Imaging in Space
Laurent Pueyo (STScI)
Wednesday Sep 14, 2016
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Paul Molliere (MPIA )
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Johanna Teske (DTM)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Megan Bedell (Chicago)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Cayman Unterborn (ASU)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
J. Lunine + contributions from all discussion leaders (Cornell Univ)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
JWST (STScI)
Tuesday Sep 13, 2016
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Uma Gorti (SETI, NASA Ames)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Christoph Mordasini  (Univ. of Bern)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Uma Gorti, Christoph Mordasini (SETI, NASA Ames, Univ. of Bern)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Sebastian Stammler (Heidelberg)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Til Birnstiel (MPIA)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Ilse Cleeves (Harvard )
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Steve Desch (ASU)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Sean Raymond (Univ. of Bordeaux)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Michael Line (Arizona State Univ)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Sean Raymond, Michael Line (Univ. of Bordeaux, Arizona State Univ)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Bertram Bitsch (Lund Univ)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
James Owen (Princeton)
Monday Sep 12, 2016
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Jerry Kriss (STScI)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Conel Alexander (Carnegie DTM)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Ilaria Pascucci (Univ. of Arizona)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Conel Alexander, Ilaria Pascucci (Carnegie DTM, , Univ. of Arizona)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Mihkel Kama (Leiden)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Sarah Dodson  (Robinson, Delaware)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Jonathan Lunine (Cornell Univ)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Leslie Rogers (Univ. of Chicago)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Jonathan Lunine, Leslie Rogers (Cornell Univ, Univ. of Chicago)
No description found.
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Muhammad Ali Dib (Toronto)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Angie Wolfgang (Penn State)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Daniel Thorngren (UCSC)
2016 Linking Exoplanet and Disk Compositions Workshop
Jay Farihi (UC London)
Wednesday Nov 18, 2015
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Perry Greenfield (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
David Charbonneau (Harvard University)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Moderator: Jeff Valenti (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Klaus Pontoppidan (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Moderator: Nikole Lewis  (STScI)
Tuesday Nov 17, 2015
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Neill Reid (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Christopher Moriarty (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Klaus Pontoppidan  (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Caroline Morley (UC, Santa Cruz )
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Julien de Wit (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Nikole Lewis  (STScI)
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Karen Levay, Joshua Peek (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Neale Gibson  (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Moderator: Jessica Krick  (Caltech/IPAC )
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Joanna Barstow (University of Oxford )
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Moderator: Kevin Stevenson  (University of Chicago )
Monday Nov 16, 2015
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Ken Sembach, Klaus Pontoppidan, John Grunsfeld (STScI, NASA)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Nikole Lewis (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Mercedes Lopez-Morales (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Mark Clampin (NASA GSFC)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Adam Burrows  (Princeton University)
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Victoria Meadows (University of Washington )
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Bernard Rauscher (NASA Goddard )
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Loic Albert (Université de Montréal)
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Jonathan Fraine (University of Arizona )
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Stephan Birkmann (ESA)
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Pierre-Olivier Lagage (CEA Saclay )
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Tom Greene  (NASA Ames )
No description found.
2015 Enabling Transiting Exoplanet Science with JWST
Moderator: Jonathan Fortney  (UC, Santa Cruz )
No description found.
Wednesday Oct 7, 2015
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Roeland van der Marel (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Stephen Pardy  (University of Wisconsin – Madison )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Elena D’Onghia (University of Wisconsin – Madison )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Jay Gallagher  (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Suzanne Madden  (CEA, Saclay)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Manfred Pakull  (Strasbourg Observatory)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Eva Grebel (TBD)
Tuesday Oct 6, 2015
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Workshop Presenters (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Tea Temim  (NASA Goddard)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Claire Murray  (University of Wisconsin – Madison )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Stefan Ohm  (DESY, Germany )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Sherry Yeh  (Subaru Telescope, NAOJ, Japan )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Nicolas Lehner  (University of Notre Dame )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Kat Barger  (Texas Christian University )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Toshikazu Onishi (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Erik Muller (NAOJ, Japan )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Martha Boyer  (NASA Goddard )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Heddy Arab (STScI)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Kirill Tchernyshov (Johns Hopkins University)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Frédéric Galliano  (Sap, CEA/Saclay)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Jim Dale  (University Observatory/Excellence Cluster Universe, Munich)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Mike Fall  (STScI)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Monica Rubio  (Universidad de Chile)
Monday Oct 5, 2015
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Workshop Presenters (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Gerard Kriss (STScI)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Jacco van Loon  (Keele University )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Eve Ostriker  (Princeton University )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Ciska Kemper  (ASIAA, Taiwan )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Leisa Townsley  (Penn State University)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Snezana Stanimirovic (University of Wisconsin)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Katie Jameson  (University of Maryland )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Mélanie Chevance (CEA/Sap/AIM)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Paul Crowther  (University of Sheffield)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Lidia Oskinova (University of Potsdam)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Jean-Claude Bouret  (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Workshop Presenters (STScI)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Stephen Justham  (National Astronomical Observatory)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Jacob Ward  (Keele University)
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Dana Casetti (Connecticut State University )
2015 Feedback in the Magellanic Clouds workshop
Workshop Presenters (STScI)
Wednesday Jul 29, 2015
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Rachel Mandelbaum (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Andreas Berlind (n/a)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Dan Coe (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Cameron Hummels (n/a)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Alyssa Goodman (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Various Speakers (TBD)
Tuesday Jul 28, 2015
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Maarten Baes  (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Jacopo Chevallard (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Desika Narayanan (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Matthew Turk (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Scott Trager (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Will Dawson (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Benton Metcalf (n/a)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Darin Ragozzine (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
David Hendel (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Coral Wheeler (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Karrie Gilbert (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Andreea Font (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Alireza Mortazavi (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Camilla Pacifici (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Margaret Turnbull (TBD)
Monday Jul 27, 2015
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Molly Peeples, Jason Tumlinson (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Kathy Flanagan (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Risa Wechsler (Stanford University)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Mario Juric (University of Washington)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Workshop Participants (n/a)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Begoña Ascaso (Observatoire de Paris)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Claudio Bruderer (ETH Zurich)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Seppo Laine, Nan Li, Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay, Molly Peeples, Tereasa Brainerd, John ZuHone, Arya Farahi, Joseph Long, Jacob Vander Vliet, Moupiya Maji, Karl Gordon (IPAC/Caltech,U.Chicago, STScI, Boston.U, MIT, U.Michigan,U.NewMexico, PaState)
Seppo Laine, Nan Li, Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay, Molly Peeples, Tereasa Brainerd, John ZuHone, Arya Farahi, Joseph Long, Jacob Vander Vliet, Moupiya Maji, Karl Gordon
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Greg Snyder (STScI)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Peder Norberg, John Wise, Gerard Lemson, Peter Camps, Daniel Ceverino (n/a)
Panel Presentations: From Models to Mocks; Peder Norberg — Mock surveys from cosmological simulations; John Wise — Synthetic Multi-Wavelength Observations of the First Galaxies; Gerard Lemson — The Millennium Run Observatory; Peter Camps — FIR an ...
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Workshop Participants (n/a)
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Sarah Kendrew (Oxford University)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Adam Stevens (Swinburne University of Technology)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Marcia Rieke (Steward Observatory)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: Mocking the Universe
Workshop Participants (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Jul 1, 2015
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Wendy Freedman (University of Chicago)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Nikolay Podorvanyuk  (Lomonosov State University, Sternberg Astronomical Institute)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Mark Peacock  (Michigan State University)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Matthijs Dries  (Kapteyn Institute)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Various Speakers (TBD)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Marla Geha  (Yale University)
Tuesday Jun 30, 2015
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Michele Cappellari  (University of Oxford)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Charlie Conroy  (Harvard University)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Scott Trager  (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Ignacio Martín-Navarro  (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Mariya Lyubenova  (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Richard McDermid  (Macquarie University / AAO)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Nicolas McConnell  (University of Hawaii)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Chiara Spiniello  (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Russell Smith  (Durham University)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Alessandro Sonnenfeld  (University of California-Los Angeles)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Paul Schechter  (MIT Kavli Institute)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Paul Goudfrooij  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Song Huang, Shravan Shetty, Aurora Kesseli (University of Tokyo, Oxford University, Boston University )
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Charlie Conroy, Desika Narayanan (TBD)
Monday Jun 29, 2015
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Ken Sembach (STScI)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Estelle Moraux  (IPAG)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Holger Drass  (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Koraljka Muzic  (European Southern Observatory)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Mark Krumholz  (UC Santa Cruz)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Igor Chilingarian  (CfA/SAO)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Stella Offner  (University of Massachusetts- Amherst)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Robert Gutermuth  (University of Massachusetts)
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Morten Andersen  (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Sami Dib  (Niels Bohr Institute)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Annalisa Calamida  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Soroush Sotoudeh  (University of Minnesota)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Dennis Zaritsky  (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Mark Gieles  (University of Surrey)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
David Guszejnov, Melissa Halford (Caltech, University of Arizona)
No description found.
2015 Mini Workshop: The Stellar IMF at Low Masses
Marla Geha, Jason Kalirai (STScI)
Marla Geha, Jason Kalirai
Wednesday Aug 13, 2014
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Nikole Lewis (MIT)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Peter McCullough (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Stefano Casertano & Adam Riess (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Kailash Sahu (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Gabe Brammer (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Charles Proffitt (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Bryan Hibert, Massimo Roberto & Ray Lucas (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Amy Simon-Miller (NASA Goddard)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Steve Lubow (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Christine Chen (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Gretchen Green & Perry Greenfield (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Jennifer Mack (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Jeff Valenti (STScI)
No description found.
Tuesday Aug 12, 2014
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Dustin Lang (Princeton)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Glenn Schneider (U Arizaona)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Cristina Oliveira (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Jessica Donaldson (U Maryland)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
K. Noeske, Cian Crowley (ESA/STScI, ESA/ESAC)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Tom Ayers (U Colorado)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Julia Roman-Duval (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Jason Tumlinson (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Steve Penton (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
John MacKenty (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Ivelina Momcheva (Yale University)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Knox Long (STScI)
No description found.
Monday Aug 11, 2014
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Matt Mountain & Dean Hines (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Elena Pancino (INAF)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Helmut Jenkner (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Barbara McArthur (U Texas at Austin)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Rodger Thompson (U Arizona)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Peter Zimmer, Carol Grady (Various)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Anton Koekemoer (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Norman Grogin (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Marco Chiaberge (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Jay Anderson (STScI)
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Dean Hines (STScI)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
John McGraw (U New Mexico)
No description found.
2014 STScI Calibration Workshop
Susana Deustua (STScI)
No description found.
Thursday Jun 26, 2014
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Workshop Presenters (n/a)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Workshop Presenters (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Jun 25, 2014
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Suvi Gezari  (University of Maryland)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Branimir Sesar  (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
The Palomar Transient Factory (PTF) is a fully-automated, wide-field survey for a systematic exploration of the optical transient and variable sky. The survey, now in its 5th year of operation, has enabled studies of Solar System bodies, the struc ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Matt Nicholl  (Queen's University Belfast)
Extremely luminous (M<-21) supernovae in dwarf galaxies are challenging our understanding of stellar evolution and explosion. Those which fade slowly, such as SN 2007bi, are thought to be associated with very-high-nickel-mass, ‘pair-instability’ ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Armin Rest  (STScI)
We present griz light curves of 146 spectroscopically confirmed Type Ia Supernovae (0.03 < z <0.65) discovered during thefirst 1.5 years of the PS1 Medium Deep Survey. A Hubble diagram is constructed with a subset of 113 SNe Ia that pass our light ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Daniel Scolnic  (JHU)
We discuss the main systematic uncertainties in the current Pan-STARRs Type Ia Supernova Analysis and improvements to this analysis. We present an update on the full spectroscopic sample as well as the photometric sample, and methods to improve the ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Darryl Wright  (Queen's University Belfast)
The problem of reliable transient detection in large data streams that contain many artefacts as a result of difference imaging is common to modern synoptic sky surveys such as Pan-STARRS1. Currently the process of selecting real transients from the ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Eric Morganson (CFA)
The Time Domain Spectroscopic Survey (TDSS) is an SDSS IV project that will obtain spectra of 250,000 of the most variable objects across 14,000 square degrees of the sky. In addition to being an order of magnitude larger than any previous spectro ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Emmanuel Farina (n/a)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Andy Lawrence (University of Edinburgh )
At the PS1 meeting in Durham, we reported the discovery of new class of extragalactic transient, that we believe represent high z=1 AGN undergoing high amplitude microlensing events by z=0.2 foreground galaxies. We now have much more extensive lig ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Sidharth Kumar  (University of Maryland College Park )
Automated identification of AGN and SN in photometric survey catalogs is of paramount utility in an age of massive observational and computational viability, and concommitant increases in the volumes of data. We present a novel method for the clas ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Tingting Liu (University of Maryland College Park)
We applied the differential photometry technique of inhomogeneous ensemble photometry on the Pan-STARRS1 (PS1) Medium Deep (MD) survey to construct high quality light curves of variable quasars. We followed the methodology of Bhatti et al. (2010), ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Shaun Cole (Institute for Computational Cosmology, Durham University)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Jiayi Liu  (Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat)
We present the Panoramic Survey Telescope & Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS) optical follow up of the Planck Sunyaev- Zel’dovich (SZ) sources of unconfirmed galaxy clusters that overlap with PS1. We use 151 Planck confirmed galaxy clusters with ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Li-Hwai Lin  (ASIAA)
Using groups and clusters identified with probability friend-of-friend (PFOF) group finder from the PS1 Medium Deep Survey, we study the impacts of the environment on the star formation activities of galaxies. While the fraction of quiescent galax ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Sebastien Foucaud (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Kenneth Chambers (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
No description found.
Tuesday Jun 24, 2014
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Benjamin Laevens  (MPIA/Strasbourg Observatory)
I will present the results of the search for new Milky Way dwarf galaxies using the Pan-STARRS data. With new coverage of the sky equalling that of the SDSS again and attaining depths similar to the aforementioned survey, Pan-STARRS gives us an unpre ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Eddie Schlafly  (MPIA)
The PS1 survey has enabled detailed and systematic studies of dust in the Milky Way not before possible. I present results from our ongoing project to use the PS1 photometry to map the Galaxy's dust. This effort has so far produced a new Bayesian fra ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Gregory Green  (Harvard/CfA)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Douglas Finkbeiner  (Harvard University)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Chien-Cheng Lin (National Central University)
Most if not all stars formed clustered in molecular clouds. Star clusters are relative easier to determine ages, distances, and chemical abundances than a single star, therefore, they serve as laboratories to test stellar evolutionary models and a ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Iling Lin  (TBD)
Cepheids are standard candles that can be used to determine distances to nearby galaxies by using well-calibrated period-luminosity (P-L) relations . Properties of Cepheids are well examined in BVI filters; however they are not well studied in griz ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Stella Seitz (USM & MPE)
PAndromeda is the 3 year M31-monitoring compaign of PanSTARRS-1. In this talk we summarize the data-quality and data products from the PAndromeda Key-Project. Since the Key-Project runs its own pipeline for the photometric alignment of the PS1-prepro ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Mihael Kodric (TBD)
From the first year of PAndromeda observations we derive a sample of Andromeda galaxy (M31) Cepheids in the rP1 and iP1 filters. The 2009 Cepheids we find constitute the largest published Cepheid sample in M31. By determining the age of the Cepheids ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Chien-Hsiu Lee (TBD)
The high cadence, long-term PS1 Andromeda monitoring campaign (PAndromeda) yields well-sampled light curves that drastically improve our understanding of variables in M31. First of all, using the SigSpec package (Reegen 2007), we identify 17 double-m ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Adam Riess (STScI )
The Hubble constant remains one of the most important parameters in the cosmological model, setting the size and age scales of the Universe. Present uncertainties in the cosmological model including the nature of dark energy, the properties of neutri ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Nina Hernitschek  (MPIA)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
David Thilker  (JHU)
We will present results from our PS1-based effort to obtain a comprehensive, physically-interpreted view of z ~ 0 galaxy structure via pixel-SED fitting of resolved galaxies. This project is the basis for the PS1 Optical Galaxy Survey (POGS, http://p ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Richard Wainscoat (n/a)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Zheng Zheng  (JHU)
Seven hundred face-on non-interacting nearby disk galaxies selected from the Pan-STARRS1 (PS1) Medium Deep Survey (MDS) are analyzed using both 1D radial profile and 2D stack techniques. The surface brightness (SB) radial profiles are measured down t ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Nicholas Martin  (MPIA & Strasbourg Observatory)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Sebastien Heinis  (University of Maryland)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
David James  (CTIO/NOAO)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Robert Lupton  (Princeton University)
The LSST project confidently expects to receive a Construction Start from the NSF in July 2014. I shall review the design and status of the hardware (telescope and camera) and software systems. In the context of the data processing I'll talk about so ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Carol Christian  (STScI)
The term Citizen Science is used in myriad ways to describe the interaction of non-discipline volunteers in research endeavors. The brand of Citizen Science that is most relevant to survey type data has been initiated and successfully demonstrated by ...
Monday Jun 23, 2014
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Matt Mountain ( STScI Director)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Kenneth Chambers (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Eugene Magnier (UH / IfA)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Rick White  ( STScI)
No description found.
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Daniel Farrow (ICC, Durham)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
David Thilker  (JHU)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Nigel Metcalfe (Durham University)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Douglas Finkbeiner (Harvard University)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Daniel Scolnic  (JHU)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Mark Huber  (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Roberto Saglia  (MPE)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Larry Denneau  (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
We have calculated 90% confidence limits on the steady-state rate of impact-generated catastrophic disruptions (CD) of main belt asteroids in terms of the absolute magnitude at which one catastrophic disruption occurs per year (H0_CL) as a function o ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Edward Lin  (National Central University)
The Centaurs are solar system bodies with orbits among four giant planets. This class of object is the transitional population between the Kuiper belt objects and the Jupiter-family comets. Some of them show the cometary activities so called “acti ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Alan Fitzsimmons  (Queen's University Belfast)
During the PS1 surveys the IPP+MOPS pipeline has resulted in the identification of more than 7 million moving objects. The vast majority of these were main-belt asteroids. The excellent photometry available has allowed us to calculate absolute magnit ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Andrew McNeill  (University Belfast)
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Niall Deacon  (MPIA)
Wide binaries provide unique laboratories for studying low-mass star formation and substellar atmospheres. Pan-STARRS1 provides the ideal tool for discovering large populations of these objects with its red-sensitive detectors, multiple epochs and ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Christian Obermeier  (MPIA Heidelberg)
Pan-Planets is one of the 12 key science projects of the Pan-STARRS 1 Science Consortium. Its main scientific focus is the detection of transiting Hot Jupiters around M dwarfs. We present the results of our ongoing search for exoplanets. Due to an ...
2014 Pan-STARRS1
Stephen Williams  (National Observatory of Athens)
Mass loss in massive evolved stars will reveal itself with an infrared excess via dust. We have made use of extensive Spitzer archival observations which have allowed us to explore this population of stars in nearby galaxies as identified by their ...
Wednesday Apr 2, 2014
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Dan Eisenstein (Harvard University)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Licia Verde (Institute of Cosmological Sciences)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Gerry Gilmore (University of Cambridge)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Mario Livio  (STScI)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Mickael Rigault, Karun Thanjavur and Justin Albert, Daniel Shafer and Dragan Huterer, Rachel Wagner-Kaiser, Chien-Hsiu Lee (n/a)
No description found.
Tuesday Apr 1, 2014
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Victoria Scowcroft (Carnegie Observatories)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Alceste Bonanos (IAASARS, National Observatory of Athens)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Saurab Jha (Rutgers University)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Patricia Whitelock (SA Astronomical Observatory & University of Cape Town)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Chris Fassnacht (UC Davis)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
John Blakeslee (NRC Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Fritz Benedict (McDonald Observatory)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Stefano Casertano (STScI)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Brice Menard (JHU)
No description found.
Monday Mar 31, 2014
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Wayne Hu (University of Chicago)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Adam Riess (STScI)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Brendan Crill (JPL)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Charles Bennett (JHU)
No description found.
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Tommaso Treu (UCSB)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Lucas Macri (Texas A&M University)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
Mark Reid (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
2014 Cosmic Distance Scale Workshop
James Braatz (NRAO)
No description found.
Thursday Oct 31, 2013
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Neill Reid (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Anne Gonnella (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
David Soderblom (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
John Stansberry / Tony Roman (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Gary Curtis / Rob Douglas (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Jason Tumlinson / Rob Douglas (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Jeff Valenti / Tony Krueger (STScI)
Tuesday Oct 29, 2013
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Bill Blair (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Tony Krueger (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Mark Giuliano / Bill Blair (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Jeff Valenti / Wayne Kinzel (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Remi Soummer / Dean Hines / Bill Blair (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Vicki Laidler / Elizabeth Barker / Klaus Pontoppidan (STScI)
2013 WIT/PPS Coordination (WebEx Meeting)
Vicki Laidler / Elizabeth Barker / Klaus Pontoppidan (STScI)
Wednesday Oct 16, 2013
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
John Tobin (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Jessica Lu  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Sarah Willis (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Elena Sabbi (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Nino Panagia & Guido De Marchi (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Lynn Carlson (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
John Bally (n/a)
Tuesday Oct 15, 2013
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Dinshaw Balsara (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Michael Dopita (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Tomoya Hirota (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Lisa Frattare (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Eric Feigelson (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Tom Megeath (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Francisco Salgado  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Rafael Costero, Ralph Shuping, Konstantin Getman  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Joao Alves  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Jan Forbrich  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Scott Wolk  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Brian Mazur, Thomas Allen (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Ann Marie Cody  (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Thomas Rice  (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Mubdi Rahman  (n/a)
Monday Oct 14, 2013
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Matt Mountain Director, STScI (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Lynne A. Hillenbrand (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Nicola Da Rio (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Kevin Luhman (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Rob Jeffries (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Carlo Felice Manara (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Keivan Stassun (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Stella Offner (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Genevieve Parmentier (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Jonathan Tan (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Shaye Storm, Michael Kuhn (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Bo Reipurth (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
William Henney (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Lee Hartmann (n/a)
2013 Orion Nebula Cluster Mini-Workshop
Lee Hartman (n/a)
No description found.
Thursday Apr 18, 2013
Special Presentations
Various Speakers (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Special Presentations
Various Speakers (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Wednesday Apr 17, 2013
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Dan Coe (STScI)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Mike Gladders (University of Chicago)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Brian Siana (UC Riverside)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Ann Zabludoff (University of Arizona)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Mathilde Jauzac (Astrophysics & Cosmology)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Peter Melchior (Ohio State University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Dave Goldberg (Drexel University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Leonidas Moustakas (JPL/Caltech)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Sanghamitra Deb (Argonne National Laboratory)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Zoltan Haiman (Columbia University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Douglas Clowe (Ohio University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Cluster Lensing Participants (STScI)
No description found.
Tuesday Apr 16, 2013
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Marusa Bradac (UC Davis)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Eiichi Egami (University of Arizona)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Danuta Paraficz (Astrophysique de Marseille)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Brenda Frye (University of Arizona)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Larry Bradley (STScI)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Rychard Bouwens and Renske Smit (Leiden Observatory)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Wei Zheng (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Keren Sharon (University of Michigan)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Cluster Lensing Workshop (STScI)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Priyamvada Natarajan (Yale University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Tommaso Treu (UCSB)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Matthew Bayliss (Harvard/CfA)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Workshop Participants  (n/a)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Eric Jullo (TBD)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Masamune Oguri (University of Tokyo)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Piero Rosati (ESO)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Madhura Killedar (University of Trieste)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Assaf Horesh (Caltech)
Monday Apr 15, 2013
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Priya Natarajan, Matt Mountain (STScI)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Ian Dell'Antonio (Brown University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Johan Richard (Centre de Recherche Astrophysique de Lyon)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Adi Zitrin (Heidelberg University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Andrew Newman (Caltech)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Stella Seitz (Universitaetssternwarte Muenchen)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Elinor Medezinski (Johns Hopkins University)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
James Jee (n/a)
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Massimo Meneghetti (Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Liliya Williams (University of Minnesota)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Richard Massey (Durham University)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Stefan Hilbert (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Julian Merten (JPL/Caltech)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Justin Read (University of Surrey)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Lindsay King (University of Texas at Dallas)
No description found.
2013 Cluster Lensing Conference
Traci Jonhson, Gary Wegner, Ole Host, Rebecca Levinson, Saurabh Jha, Jakob Nordin, Renske Smit, Kenneth Wong, Alan Lefor (n/a)
No description found.
Friday Nov 16, 2012
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Bradley Peterson  (Ohio State University)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Stefi Baum & Panel Discussion (Rochester Inst. of Technology)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Aki Roberge (GSFC)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Aki Roberge (GSFC)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Tom Ayres (University of Colorado )
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Brian Keeney (University of Colorado)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Edward Sion (Villanova University)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Patrick Godon (Villanova University)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Michael Gregg (University of California, Davis)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Mary Beth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Ken Carpenter (GSFC)
Thursday Nov 15, 2012
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Bob Williams (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Ken Sembach (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Cristina Oliveira (Space Telescope Science Institute)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Steve Osterman (University of Colorado)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Charles Proffitt (STScI/CSC)
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Edward Jenkins (Princeton University Observatory)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Bob Hanisch (STScI)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Lee Quick (STScI)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Carol Grady (Eureka Scientific & GSFC)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Adam Kowalski (GSFC)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Danny Lennon (STScI/ESA)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Letizia Stanghellini (NOAO)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Nicolas Lehner (University of Notre Dame)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Jane Charlton (Penn State University)
No description found.
2012 Enhancing the Legacy of HST Spectroscopy
Jason Tumlinson (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Monday Sep 17, 2012
2012 30 Doradus: The Starburst Next Door
Jessica Evans, Jenna Ryon, Fabian Schneider (n/a)
No description found.
2012 30 Doradus: The Starburst Next Door
Workshop participants (n/a)
No description found.
Tuesday Apr 10, 2012
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Nathan Sheldon (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Minik Rosing (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Alicia Aarnio (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Jeff Linsky (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
David Minton (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Bethany Ehlmann (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Conference  (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Jeremy Drake (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Ofer Cohen (n/a)
No description found.
Monday Apr 9, 2012
2012 The Faint Early Sun
David Soderblom (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Jim Kasting (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
David Schwarztman (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Marc Pinsonneault (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Victor Aguirre (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Paul Knauth (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Norman Sleep (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Feng Tian (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Sarbani Basu (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Fred Adams (n/a)
No description found.
2012 The Faint Early Sun
Sanjoy Som (n/a)
No description found.
Friday Mar 30, 2012
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Stephane Charlot (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Gustavo Bruzual (CRyA)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Rosa González-Lopezlira (UNAM, AIfA )
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Eli Dwek (NASA/GSFC)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Haley Gomez (Cardiff University)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Jakob Walcher (Leibniz Insitute fo Astrophysics)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Rosie Wyse (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Jill Naiman (University of California, Santa Cruz)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Gillian Knapp (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Martha Boyer (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Nicolas Flagey (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Haley Gomez (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Nick Cox (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Ben Sugerman (Goucher College)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Margaret Meixner (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Jason Kalirai (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Djazia Ladjal (University of Denver)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Yoshifusa Ita (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
David Riebel (JHU)
No description found.
Thursday Mar 29, 2012
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Sundar Srinivasan (n/a)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Brian Williams (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Paola Marigo (University of Padova, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Philip Rosenfield (University of Washington)
15:45 – 16:00
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Jay Gallagher (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
No description found.
Wednesday Mar 28, 2012
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Kathy Flanagan (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Margaret Meixner (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Emile Doran (University of Sheffield)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Anthony Moffat (Université de Montréal)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Jacco van Loon (Keele University)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Susanne Hoefner (Uppsala University)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Hyosun Kim (ASIAA)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Ben Sargent (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Ambra Nanni (SISSA)
No description found.
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Leen Decin (Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, KULeuven)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Nathan Smith (University of Arizona)
2012 Mass Loss Return from Stars to Galaxies
Chloi Vamvatira-Nakou (University of Liege)
No description found.
Friday Sep 23, 2011
2011 COPAG
N. Jeremy Kasdin (Princeton University)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
H. Philip Stahl (NASA)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Donald Figer (Center for Detectors, RIT)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Thursday Sep 22, 2011
2011 COPAG
Christopher Martin (n/a)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
TommasoTreu (n/a)
2011 COPAG
Timothy Heckman (Johns Hopkins University)
2011 COPAG
David Schiminovich (Columbia University)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Tom Brown (STScI)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Alycia Weinberger (Carnegie DTM)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Alycia Weinberger (Carnegie DTM)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Christopher Martin, David Leisawitz ( California Institute of Technology , Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Charles Lillie (Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Marc Postman (STScI)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
David Leisawitz (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Dominic Benford (NASA COR Program Office)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Christopher Martin (California Institute of Technology)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Ken Sembach (STScI)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
David Leisawitz (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Various Speakers (Various Speakers)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Stephan McCandliss (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
H. Philip Stahl (NASA)
No description found.
2011 COPAG
Stephen Unwin (JPL/Caltech)
No description found.
Thursday Jun 30, 2011
2011 The Astrophysics of Intermediate-Luminosity Red Transients
Peter Eggleton (n/a)
No description found.
2011 The Astrophysics of Intermediate-Luminosity Red Transients
Shri Kulkarni (n/a)
No description found.
Monday Apr 18, 2011
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Rachel Osten (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Preparing for ALMA in Light of HST and JWST: ALMA Community Day Event at STScI Monday, April 18, 2011 The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) project is the next large ground-based telescope to come online. It will provide forefront capabili ...
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Kartik Sheth/John Hibbard (NRAO)
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2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Marc Pound & Peter Teuben (UMD)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Neal Miller (UMD)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Alberto Bolatto (UMD)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Jennifer Donley (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Aki Roberge (NASA - GSFC)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
David Neufeld (JHU)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Rachel Osten (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Hal Weaver (APL)
No description found.
2011 ALMA Community Day Event
Kartik Sheth/John Hibbard (NRAO)
No description found.
Tuesday Nov 16, 2010
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Harald Kutshner  (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Martin Kuemmel (ECF/STScI)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Jeremy Walsh (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Martin Kuemmel (n/a)
No description found.
Monday Nov 15, 2010
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
John Grunsfeld (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Brad Whitmore (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Jeremy Walsh (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Harald Kutshner (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Martin Kuemmel (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Harald Kutshner (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Jeremy Walsh (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Nor Pirzkal (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
John OMera (n/a)
In addition to the G102 and G141 infrared grisms, WFC3 has a UV sensitive grism, the G280. I present data from our snapshot program to survey for Lyman limit systems that showcase the G280 data, and briefly discuss data characteristics and extraction ...
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Ben Weiner (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Hakim Atek (n/a)
The WISP Survey is a large pure-parallel program that is obtaining WFC3 slitless spectra with G102 and G141 over > 500 orbits. I will present the characteristics of the data reduction in parallel mode, and how to deal with some specific problems. ...
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Jeff Kruk (n/a)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Harald Kutshner  (ECF)
No description found.
2010 Slitless Spectroscopy Workshop
Harald Kutshner  (n/a)
No description found.
Thursday Oct 28, 2010
2010 IFUs - JWST
Rob Sharp  (RSAA, Australian National University)
I will present resent results focusing on nearby galaxies which exhibit large scale galactic winds. This work exploits the wide fields-of-view and high sensitivity to low surface brightness features provided by the current generation of IFS facilitie ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Guillermo Blanc  (University of Texas, Austin)
Wide field of view integral field spectroscopy is a powerful tool to study star formation across cosmic time. In this talk I will present results from two surveys being conducted with the integral field spectrograph VIRUS-P, currently the largest fie ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Emily Freeland  (Texas A&M University)
Galaxy evolution on group scales is key to our understanding of how environment affects the galaxies we observe today because (1) most galaxies in the local universe are in groups, and (2) hierarchical structure formation predicts that galaxy cluster ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Lise Christensen  (Excellence Cluster Universe, TUM)
Long duration Gamma-ray Bursts (GRBs) are believed to be related to the core-collapse of massive stars. The relatively rare nature of GRBs compared to regular Supernovae implies that some special conditions, such as low metallicity, is necessary for ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
James Larkin  (UCLA)
Integral field spectrographs have blossomed on telescopes in the last decade and are providing innovative new ways to observe our Universe. In the era of the JWST, even more powerful spectrographs coupled to adaptive optics systems on the proposed ne ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Peter McGregor  (RSAA, Australian National University)
GMTIFS has been selected as one of six instruments for the Giant Magellan Telescope for which conceptual design studies are underway. GMTIFS will be used with GMT's Laser Tomography Adaptive Optics system, and will address most of the adaptive optics ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Fraser Clarke  (University of Oxford)
HARMONI is a visible/near-infrared integral field spectrograph currently being considered as one of the first light instruments for the 42-m European Extremely Large Telescope. HARMONI will provide medium-high resolution (R~5000-20000) spectroscopy i ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Luis Colina  (CSIC)
Results of an on-going near-IR integral field spectroscopic survey of a representative sample of low-z luminous and ultraluminous infrared galaxies will be presented. Survey consists of data (H & K bands) taken with VLT SINFONI integral field spectro ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Torsten Böeker  (European Space Agency)
The James Webb Space Telescope will be the first observatory to offer integral-field spectroscopy from space. Both the NIRSpec and MIRI instruments contain slicer-based IFUs that together will enable IFU spectroscopy over the complete wavelength rang ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Anne Ealet  (CPPM/CNRS, France)
Supernovae have been shown to be one of the most powerful cosmological distance indicator to tag the dark energy component. To improve their precision, spectroscopy has been identified as a very important tool needed to control them and then to impro ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Scott Croom  (University of Sydney)
The current generation of massive galaxy surveys such as 2dF and SDSS have made major advances in our understanding of galaxy formation. However, the single fibres they use fundamentally limit the data that is obtained, as well as introducing various ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Jay Gallagher  (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
No description found.
2010 IFUs - JWST
Ryan Houghton & SWIFT Team  (Unknown)
No description found.
Wednesday Oct 27, 2010
2010 IFUs - JWST
João Steiner (Universidade de São Paulo)
PCA Tomography is a technique to analyse, reduce noise and extract information from data cubes using Principal Component Analysis (Steiner et al, 2009, MNRAS,395,64). This technique produces the principal components from the matrix in where the "obje ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
James Turner (Gemini Observatory)
IFUs allow us to map the properties of galaxies undergoing evolutionary changes in full spatial and spectral detail, to study the processes at work by close comparison with model predictions. Our current project looks at a sample of low-to-intermedia ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Christer Sandin (Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam)
Integral-Field Spectroscopy Data Reduction Made Easy with p3d Christer Sandin(Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam)
2010 IFUs - JWST
James Larkin/Katrina Exter (UCLA Department of Physics and Astronomy)
Integral field spectrographs have blossomed on telescopes in the last decade and are providing innovative new ways to observe our Universe. In the era of the JWST, even more powerful spectrographs coupled to adaptive optics systems on the proposed ne ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann (Instituto de Fisica – UFRGS, Brazil)
I report recent observations of the inner few hundred parsecs (pc) of host galaxies of nearby Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) at a sampling of a few to tens of pc, using optical and near-IR Integral Field Unit (IFU) observations obtained with the Gemini ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Santiago Arribas (CSIC)
I will present recent results of our Integral Field Spectroscopic (IFS) survey of Luminous and Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies (U/LIRGs) based on the use of several currently available northern and southern IFU facilities. I will also show the potent ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Tucker Jones  (Caltech)
The detailed study of high-redshift galaxies is hampered by problems of poor physical resolution. While increased resolution and sensitivity for high-redshift galaxy studies is a primary science driver for next-generation facilities such as JWST, TMT ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Marie Lemonie-Busserolle  (Gemini Observatory)
The study of the physical properties of high-redshift galaxies has become one of the major goals of extragalactic astronomy. In particular the mass-assembly histories of galaxies have been the focus of many studies at redshift 1 to 3. We will present ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Shelley Wright  (University of California, Berkeley)
Resolved studies of galaxies in the early universe (z > 1) have greatly benefited from recent advances in adaptive optics and integral field spectroscopy at 8-10 meter telescopes. I will present diffraction-limited integral field spectrograph (IFS) o ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Andy Green for (Karl Glazebrook)  (Swinburne University)
IFU observations of galaxies in the early Universe have revealed a picture where large amounts of star formation takes place on 'turbulent' disk galaxies characterised by high velocity dispersions, up to a factor of ten higher than known in local spi ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Andy Green  (Swinburne University)
Kinematic studies of star forming galaxies suggest a correlation between velocity dispersions and star formation rates, where high redshift galaxies tend to have higher dispersions due to the cosmic star formation rate density. Simulations and morpho ...
Tuesday Oct 26, 2010
2010 IFUs - JWST
Matt Mountain (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 IFUs - JWST
Roger Davies  (University of Oxford)
Integral field spectroscopy (IFS) has grown into a general purpose tool that is in use at almost all 8-10m telescopes with large field and multiple object versions under development. The next generation extremely large telescope projects are designin ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Michael Dopita  (RSAA, The Australian National University)
The Wide Field Spectrograph (WiFeS), operating on the ANU 2.3m telescope at Siding Spring Observatory since April 2009 has been shown to provide a 25 x 38 arc sec field of view at a resolution of 1 arc sec. It has a double-beam configuration, providi ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Laurent Drissen (Université Laval)
At the 1999 NGST science and technology conference in Hyannis, three groups presented designs and the science capabilities of wide-field imaging Fourier transform spectrometers (IFTS) for the future JWST. While this option was not selected by the spa ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Martin Roth (Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam)
PMAS, the Potsdam Multi-Aperture Spectrophotometer, was initially designed and built as an experimental travelling instrument. It is optimized for high throughput and good image quality throughout the optical wavelength range, good UV response, and l ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Matt Bershady (University of Wisconsin)
Large-grasp IFUs are rare, yet offer the only viable means to map the composition and kinematics of diffuse, low surface-brightness emission from stars and gas at high spectral resolution. We present science highlights of the DiskMass Survey, enabled ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Lutz Wisotzki (Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam)
The Multi-Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) is a 2nd generation IFU instrument for the ESO-VLT, currently being built by a European consortium and scheduled for first light at the telescope in 2012. MUSE in its wide-field mode will provide high angu ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Lisa Fogarty (University of Oxford)
We will present the first science results from the SWIFT IFU, covering several key projects. The first project investigates the kinematic and physical properties of a local interacting galaxy system, Arp147. This system consists of a collisionally-cr ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Tracy Beck (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Ever since the introduction of integral field spectrographs at ground-based observatories in the mid 1990's, IFUs have excelled at revealing the structure and kinematics of galaxies in the nearby and distant universe. Yet, the same capabilities that ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Matthias Tecza (University of Oxford)
Integral field spectrographs, coupled with the technique of spectral deconvolution, show great promise in directly imaging and spectroscopically characterising extra-solar planets. The latest conceptual designs of ELT exo-planet direct detection inst ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Phil Appleton (NASA Herschel Science Center, Caltech)
The PACS IFU Spectrometer on board the Herschel Space Telescope is allowing astronomers to rapidly map the distribution and kinematics of fundamental coolants in the ISM of nearby galaxies. Ranging from low- metallicity dwarf systems, through mergers ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Benjamin Weiner (University of Arizona, Stewart Observatory)
The sensitivity and field of view of the IR channel of HST/WFC3 and its grisms open the possibility to do slitless spectroscopic surveys of deep fields. H-alpha can be detected from a significant number of galaxies at z~1 in a single GOODS field, all ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Bethan James (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The study of the chemical and physical evolution of Blue Compact Dwarf (BCDs) galaxies is fundamental in our understanding of galaxy formation in the early Universe. Being nearby, BCDs serve as excellent laboratories to study chemical enrichment proc ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Ana Monreal-Ibero (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia)
The mechanisms that govern the interaction between the recent/on-going star formation and the surrounding gas in starburst galaxies are not yet fully understood. Because of their a priori simplicity, the subgroup of HII galaxies constitute the ideal ...
2010 IFUs - JWST
Conference Audience (N/A)
No description found.
Wednesday Sep 15, 2010
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Ruud Visser (Leiden Observatory)
In order to probe possible pathways for delivering volatiles to the Earth and other rocky planets or exoplanets, it is necessary to understand when and where these volatiles were formed in the first place. We present a model that follows the chemical ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Thayne Currie (NASA/GSFC)
We describe Spitzer IRS spectroscopic observations of the ~ 10 Myr-old star, EF Cha. Analysis of the EF Cha spectra from 5 microns to 35 microns confirms that it is surrounded by a luminous, terrestrial zone debris disk. Comparing its IR spectrum to ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Drake Deming (NASA/GSFC)
Nearby lower main sequence stars host a class of planets known as Super-Earths, that have no analog in our own solar system. Super-Earths are rocky and/or icy planets with masses up to about 10 Earth masses. They are expected to host atmospheres gene ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Leslie Rogers (MIT)
GJ 1214b, one of the first discovered transiting super Earths, must have a significant gas component to account for its low average density (M_p=6.55 M_earth, R_p=2.678 R_earth). We use interior structure models to constrain GJ 1214b’s gas envelope m ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Siyi Xu (UCLA)
We describe a simple model that shows that extrasolar minor planets can retain much of their internal water during their host star’s red giant stage. These water-rich bodies might be accreted onto helium white dwarfs (DB) and produce an observable am ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Mark Clampin (NASA (GSFC))
No description found.
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Shogo Tachibana (University of Tokyo)
The Hayabusa spacecraft returned to the Earth on June 13, 2010, and its sample capsule was safely recovered. It is expected that the capsule contains particles from the asteroid Itokawa although the sampling did not go as originally planned. X-ray fl ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Dante Lauretta (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Hal Weaver (Johns Hopkins University)
The Primitive Material Explorer (PriME) is a proposed NASA Discovery mission that will launch in 2016 and rendezvous with comet 46P/Wirtanen in 2021. During an intensive yearlong science phase starting in August 2023 and ending two months after perih ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Steve Mojzsis (University of Colorado)
No description found.
Tuesday Sep 14, 2010
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Paule Sonnentrucker (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Interstellar grains in molecular clouds are coated with icy mantles once the visual extinction exceeds about 3 magnitudes within the cloud. The existence of these mantles is revealed by the presence of various molecular absorption bands that are dete ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
David Neufeld (John Hopkins University)
When stars leave the main sequence, having exhausted their supply of hydrogen at the core, their luminosities increase dramatically and the snow line moves outward. Any comets - or dwarf planets - within a Kuiper belt analog will be vaporized, releas ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Geoffrey Blake (STScI)
With the advent of high dynamic range infrared observations from space (Spitzer IRS) and the ground (principally with Keck-NIRSPEC and VLT-CRIRES), widespread molecular emission from the inner regions of circumstellar disks has recently been observed ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
John Carr (Naval Research Laboratory)
One of the interesting results of the Spitzer mission is the observation that classical T Tauri stars (CTTS) show a rich molecular emission spectrum in the mid-infrared. The spectrum is typically dominated by rotational transitions of H2O, along with ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Edward Bergin (University of Michigan)
I will outline our current knowledge of the water vapor and ice distribution in protoplanetary disks. In the past few years through both ground and space based efforts we have been able to place important observational constraints on the presence or ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Thomas Bethell (University of Michigan)
The radiative environment inside protoplanetary disks is extremely important for the generation and destruction of a wide range of molecular species; from the simple H_2 molecule to complex organics. High energy stellar photons (UV and X-rays) not on ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Ilaria Pascucci (Space Telescope Science Institute)
I will present a comparative Spitzer/IRS study of the gas properties of disks around young Sun-like stars and very low-mass stars/brown dwarfs. I will show that there is a striking difference in the two samples in the presence of simple, gas-phase or ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Fred Ciesla (University of Chicago)
Protoplanetary disks are not static objects--rather the gas and solids they contain are constantly in motion, being jostled by gravitational torques and magnetic fields. The net motions are inward, with most of the mass accreting onto the central sta ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Daniel Apai (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Although one of the most abundant elements in the Universe nitrogen is very rare on Earth (ppm levels). In spite of its low concentration in terrestrial environments, nitrogen plays a fundamental role in all ammino acids and proteins and, correspondi ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Conference Audience (n/a)
No description found.
Monday Sep 13, 2010
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Steve Mojzsis (University of Colorado)
No description found.
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Keith Noll (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Kuiper Belt objects are the surviving remnants of the Sun's protoplanetary disk. The large range of colors in these objects can be shown to be primordial for objects larger than D~100 km. Dynamical segregation of objects with differing surface compos ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Dante Lauretta (University of Arizona )
I will provide an overview of the CI, CM, and CR carbonaceous chondrite meteorite groups. In addition, I will review recent work linking the CI chondrites with samples returned from comet Wild 2 by the Stardust mission, the alteration of metal in the ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Michael Mumma (GSFC)
Viewed from a cosmic perspective, Earth is a dry planet yet its oceans are enriched in deuterium by a large factor relative to nebular hydrogen. The question of exogenous delivery of organics and water to Earth and other young planets is of critical ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Hal Levision (SwRI)
The formation and early dynamical evolution of the Solar System was a violent process that led to the wholesale redistribution of its small bodies. Many of these objects collided with the Earth. Indeed, the Earth currently contains material from ever ...
Delivery of Volatiles & Organics: From Earth to Exoearths in the Era of JWST
Conference Audience (n/a)
No description found.
Friday Jul 23, 2010
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Sean Carey (Spitzer Science Center / Caltech)
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
John Mather (NASA GSFC)
The James Webb Space Telescope is now in the construction phase, having passed its Mission Critical Design Review in April 2010. I will review the key scientific objectives that were used to set the engineering parameters, and I will describe the ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Matthew Greenhouse (NASA GSFC)
The Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM) of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is discussed from a systems perspective with emphasis on development status and element-level I&T plans. The ISIM is one of three elements that comprise the J ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Robert Jedrzejewski (STScI)
The JWST Mission will, like HST, have a dedicated Calibration Pipeline that will be used to calibrate all science data from the observatory. Rather than follow the HST model of creating separate calibration pipeline programs for each Science Instru ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Karl Gordon, Ralph Bohlin (STScI)
The planning for the absolute flux calibration of all four JWST science instruments will be described. The main goal is to provide a uniform calibration (photometric and spectrophotometric) across all instruments using a common set of calibration sta ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Theodore Nakos (University of Ghent)
We present a list of 32 stellar sources selected for the in-orbit calibration/characterisation of the Relative Spectral Response Function (RSRF) of the Medium Resolution Spectrometer (MRS) of the Mid-InfraRed Instrument (MIRI) onboard the James W ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Tracy Beck (STScI)
The Space Telescope Science Institute will serve as the main Science and Operations Center for the James Webb Space Telescope, which is a segmented 6.5m telescope that will operate in deep space at L2. There are some telescope characteristics that ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Andy Fruchter (STScI)
We describe new developments in MultiDrizzle intended to allow users to easily and accurately align and combine HST images taken at multiple epochs, and even with different instruments. In the first part of this program, the correction of the time ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Edward Weiler, John Grunsfeld, Dave Soderblom (NASA HQ, STScI)
Thursday Jul 22, 2010
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Bernard Rauscher (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Robert O'Connell  (University of Virginia)
I will describe some of the new scientific capabilities enabled by the extended wavelength coverage (0.2-1.7um), large suite of specialized filters, and improved "discovery efficiency" of HST's Wide Field Camera 3. Some examples from Cycle 17 program ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
John Mackenty (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The Wide Field Camera 3 was installed in HST in May 2009 during SM4. Designed to provide a factor of 10 or better increase in the near-ultraviolet and near-infrared imaging capabilities of the observatory, WFC3 has surpassed these expectations by lar ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Jason Kalirai (STScI)
We characterize the total system throughput of HST/WFC3 by imaging both hot and cool HST spectrophotometric standard stars with both the UVIS and IR cameras. For the UVIS channel, our measurements indicate that efficiencies are higher than ground tes ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Elena Sabbi (STScI)
Flat fielding is a standard calibration of step for astronomical data, which allows us to correct for variations in the local response of a detector and improve the accuracy of photometric analysis. As for ACS, ground based flat-fields (Sabbi et al., ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Michael Wong (UC Berkeley)
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Nor Pirzkal (STScI)
The near infrared background, as seen using the WFC3 IR channel, varies by several orders of magnitude. Ever since WFC3 was installed on HST, we have been monitoring and examining incoming observations of sparse fields. This monitoring has enabled u ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Harald Kuntschner (ESO/ST-ECF)
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Bryan Hilbert (STScI)
Using data taken during Servicing Mission Observatory Verification (SMOV4) and Cycle 17, we have characterized many aspects of the on-orbit behavior of the IR Channel. We find the dark current in the IR channel to be 0.043 - 0.050 e-/s/pixel. The ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Knox Long (STScI)
As is the case for most if not all modern IR arrays, bright sources observed with the IR detector in WFC3 leave faint residual images in subsequent exposures. Persistence has been observed not only in dithered exposures by one observer of a single t ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Adam Riess (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Previous HgCdTe detectors on HST have suffered from a count-rate dependent non-linearity, motivating an investigation of a similar effect on the WFC3-IR detector. An initial measurement of this effect was made by comparing the photometry of star clus ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Howard Bushouse (STScI)
Standard WFC3 image processing consists of the calwf3 task, which removes instrumental signatures from the images, and multidrizzle, which corrects images for geometric distortion and combines dithered sets of exposures. The status and future plan ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
David Golimowski  (STScI)
The newly replaced CCD electronics box (CEB-R) for the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) features a programmable SIDECAR ASIC manufactured by Teledyne. The CEB-R has fully restored the functionality of the ACS Wide Field Camera (WFC) and allows opt ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Jay Anderson (STScI)
Based on a study of the trails seen behind warm pixels in long dark exposures, we have constructed an empirical model for the capture and release of charge that happens during readout of the WFC detector. The model assumes an even distribution of t ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Paul Feldman (JHU)
Following the failure of STIS in August 2004, attempts to obtain ultraviolet spectroscopy and photometry of solar system objects shifted to the Solar Blind Channel (SBC) of the ACS. These included spatially resolved spectroscopy using the PR130L p ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Markus Loose (Markury Scientific)
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
William van Altena (Yale University)
For the past 20 years, the HST has occupied a unique niche in astrometry, that of high-resolution imaging and interferometry-based astrometry. As a consequence of its small field of view, HST astrometry has been primarily oriented towards the observ ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Vera Kozhurina-Platais (STScI)
We summarize the results of one year of Charge Transfer Efficiency (CTE) monitoring of the WFC3 UVIS in-flight detector, based on data acquired during the monthly internal Extended Pixel Edge Response (EPER) test. We present an algorithm for CTE a ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Ed Nelan  (STScI)
HST's three Fine Guidance Sensors are critical for the fine pointing and stabilization of the observatory. The ability of the FGS to measure the position of a guide star to ~1 milli-arcsecond at 40 Hz also empowers it to serve as an astrometric and ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Tony Sohn (STScI)
Over the past few years, it has been demonstrated that HST is well suited for high accuracy astrometric sciences. For example, HST's imagers have been used to measure relative proper motions of stars for deriving the internal dynamics of globular ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Nathan Cole (JHU)
The Hubble Legacy Archive (HLA) is composed of hundreds of thousands of images taken by a number of different instruments all across the sky. A large number of these images are of overlapping fields and therefore contain many of the same objects. T ...
Wednesday Jul 21, 2010
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Susana Deustua, Matt Mountain (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
J. Christopher Howk (University of Notre Dame)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
James Green (University of Colorado)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Alessandra Aloisi (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Thomas Ake (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The COS FUV channel employs a detector comprised of two microchannel plate (MCP) segments with cross delay line anodes. The detector shows several types of non-uniformities due to the hexagonal and moire patterns in the MCPs, dead spots, gain variati ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Rachel Osten (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Steve Osterman (CASA)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Charles Proffitt (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Thomas Ayres (University of Colorado (CASA))
On the J.J. Drake "Ladder of Cosmic Sexiness," the calibration rung falls even below the lowly ones of "Stars" and "The Sun." Nevertheless, we cognoscenti of such things know full well that without good calibrations, there will be little signal and m ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Jeremy Walsh (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Elena Pancino (INAF-OABO)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Mary Elizabeth Kaiser (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Kyan Schahmaneche (LPNHE-IN2P3-Paris 7 University)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
John Biretta (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Pey Lian Lim (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) was installed on Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in December 1993 during Servicing Mission 1 by the crew of Shuttle Mission STS-61. WFPC2 replaced Wide Field Planetary Camera 1 (WFPC1), providing improved UV perform ...
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Anton Koekemoer (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Tomas Dahlen (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Glenn Schneider (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona)
No description found.
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Pascal Ripoche (LBL)
No description found.
Tuesday Jul 20, 2010
2010 HST Calibration Workshop
Andy Fruchter, Howard Bushouse, Max Mutchler (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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Wednesday May 12, 2010
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Beauvalet, Benecchi and Owen (Observatory Paris, PSI, JPL,Washington University)
Dr. William Owen (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Continuing astrometric observation of Solar System bodies remains important, to ensure that the quality of the ephemerides remains high. For 15 years JPL has been obtaining accurate astrometry to support ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
John Spencer  (Southwest Research Institute )
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2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Mark Showalter, Doug Hamilton  (SETI Institute, UMD)
Dr. Mark Showalter (SETI Institute) Many of the small moons orbiting the outer planets are associated with faint rings of dust. Such rings are understood to arise as ejecta from meteoroid impacts into the moons' surfaces. Once freed from the moon, ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Bryan Butler  (NRAO )
The next generation millimeter to submillimeter wavelength synthesis telescope, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA), will be an excellent instrument for solar and extrasolar system studies. With outstanding antennas, receivers, and site (at 500 ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Alessandro Morbidelli (given by William Bottke) (Observatoire Cote d'Azur )
I will discuss our preferred scenario for the dynamical evolution of the trans-Neptunian population: this population was part of a massive planetesimal disk that was dynamically excited, depleted and transported during a phase of orbital instability ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
William Bottke (Southwest Research Institute)
Craters can be used to tell us not only about the history of a world but also that of the population striking it over time. The problem is that both are subject to many different evolutionary processes. Thus, to interpret the impact history of the wo ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Hal Weaver, Alan Stern (JHU/APL, SwRi)
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Tuesday May 11, 2010
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
John Grunsfeld (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Alan Stern (SwRI)
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2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Hal Weaver (JHU Applied Physics Laboratory)
The Pluto system has never easily surrendered its secrets. After Pluto’s discovery in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh, 48 years passed before James Christy and Robert Harrington announced the discovery of Charon in 1978, which enabled the first accurate estim ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Alan Stern (SwRI)
Pluto’s three known satellites, Charon, Nix, and Hydra, have similar colors and are known to share orbital planes and near commensurabilities in mean motion resonances. They also share the dynamical quality of each having nearly circular orbits, and ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Andrew Steffl (SwRI, STScI)
Dr. Andrew Steffl (Southwest Research Institute) In May 2005 we obtained two orbits of HST time to observe the Pluto system with the Wide Field Channel (WFC) of the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS). These observations resulted in the discovery of ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Keith Noll (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Among the seeming oddities of Pluto was the discovery of Pluto's large companion, Charon. The Pluto-Charon binary remained unique in the solar system in terms of the relative sizes of the binary components until the discovery of many similar-sized sy ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Hilke Schlicting (Caltech)
A wide variety of multiple systems have been discovered in the Kuiper Belt to date. Among these multiple systems we can identify, broadly speaking, two classes of binaries. The first class consists of collisionally formed satellites around the larges ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Max Mutchler (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Leslie Young (SwRI)
No description found.
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Marc Buie (SwRI)
No description found.
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
William (Bill) Ward (SwRI)
No description found.
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Stanton Peale, Man Hoi Lee, Toby Cheng (UC Santa Barbara, Univ of Hong Kong)
Stan Peale (UCSB) W. H. Cheng, and M. H. Lee (Univ. of Hong Kong) If Charon is created by a giant impact with Pluto along with debris left in orbit, the limited extent of the debris disk requires an additional process to account for the current d ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Will Grundy (Lowell Observatory)
This talk will review what is known about the spectral properties of Nix and Hydra from Hubble Space Telescope observations in the visible and near infrared. Relevant observations were obtained through programs 10427, 10774, 10786, and 11556 (the lat ...
2010 Hydra-Nix Meeting
Cathy Olkin (SwRI)
No description found.
Tuesday Dec 8, 2009
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Nancy Roman (n/a)
Although telescopes in space are close analogues of those on the ground, adapting them to work satisfactorily in earth orbit proved challenging, particularly for observations of sources other than the sun. For high energies, the basic detectors were ...
Thursday Oct 1, 2009
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Mark Heyer (University of Massachusetts)
The Properties of Giant Molecular Clouds in the Milky Way Prof. Mark Heyer (University of Massachusetts) Giant Molecular Clouds (GMCs) and the subsequent stars that form within their domain are the products of large scale interstellar processes op ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Sven van Loo (University of Leeds)
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Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Fabian Heitsch (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
The Flow-Driven Formation of Molecular Clouds: Insights from Numerical Models Dr. Fabian Heitsch (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Galactic star formation occurs at a surprisingly low rate. Yet, recent large-scale surveys of dark cloud ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Keiichi Wada (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
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Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Rosa Gonzalez-Lopezlira (UNAM, Centro de Radioastronomia y Astrofisica)
Dynamics and large scale star formation in disk galaxies. Dr. Rosa A. Gonzalez-Lopezlira (UNAM, Centro de Radioastronomia y Astrofisica) Azimuthal color (age) gradients across spiral arms are one of the main predictions of density wave theory; gra ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Brad Whitmore (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Gerhardt Muerer (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Various Speakers (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Wednesday Sep 30, 2009
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Eva Schinnerer (Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie)
Spiral Structure in the Radio: What Do We See? Dr. Eva Schinnerer (MPI for Astronomy) I will review recent results using high resolution radio continuum imaging data in spiral galaxies with a focus on the radio-infrared relation. In addition an ou ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Andrew Fletcher (Newcastle University)
Radio Polarization Observations of Magnetic Fields in Spiral Arms Dr. Andrew Fletcher (Newcastle University) Radio polarization intensity and orientation, Faraday rotation and even Faraday depolarization can be used to study the magnetic propertie ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Frank Shu (University of California, San Diego)
The Role of Magnetic Fields in Star Formation Prof. Frank Shu (UCSD) We review modern theories of how dense rotating cores of molecular clouds that are partially supported against their own gravity by magnetic fields slowly slip past such fields a ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Mark Wolfire  (University of Maryland)
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Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Jonathan Heiner; S. Kendall, R. C. Kennicutt Jr., C. Clarke; Guilin Liu; Eric E. Martinez-Garcia; Nurur Rahman (Université Laval; TBD; (Astronomy Department, University of Massachusetts); (Centro de Investigaciones de Astronomia (CIDA)); University of Maryland)
No description found.
Tuesday Sep 29, 2009
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Ron Allen (Space Telescope Science Institute/Johns Hopkins University)
Welcome, opening remarks, and background on the Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Sub-structure in Nearby Galaxies workshop.
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Jim Pringle (Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge)
No description found.
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Stuart Vogel (University of Maryland)
No description found.
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Jin Koda (California Institute of Technology, Stony Brook University)
Formation of Giant Molecular Associations and Spurs Across Spiral Arms Prof. Jin Koda (Stony Brook University) Based on the recent CO observations of M51 with CARMA and the Nobeyama 45m telescope, I will discuss the formation and evolution of Gian ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Adam Leroy (Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie)
Arm-Interarm Contrasts in HERACLES and THINGS Dr. Adam Leroy (Max Plack Institute for Astronomy) HERACLES and THINGS are overlapping surveys of the molecular and atomic interstellar medium in nearby galaxies. I will give a short description of the ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Peter Tueben (University of Maryland)
The (im)persistance of Spiral Structure(s) in NGC 5055 Dr. Peter Teuben (University of Maryland) The structure and kinematics of spirals in disk galaxies from interferometers (especially ones that mosaic) is susceptible to a variety of numeric eff ...
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Eve Ostriker (University of Maryland)
No description found.
Pearls-09: Spiral Arm Substructure in Nearby Galaxies
Clare Dobbs (University of Exeter)
I will present calculations which show the formation of GMCs by the agglomeration of smaller clouds in spiral shocks, and the subsequent shearing of GMCs into interarm spurs. I will discuss how magnetic fields, thermodynamics and self gravity aid or ...
Friday May 8, 2009
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Alexander Tielens (Leiden University)
No description found.
Friday Apr 17, 2009
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Christine Jones-Forman (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
No description found.
Friday Mar 27, 2009
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Edwin Turner (Princeton University Observatory & IPMU)
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Seth Redfield (Wesleyan University)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Thomas Brown (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
David Schiminovich (Columbia University)
No description found.
Thursday Mar 26, 2009
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Rob Strain (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Heidi Hammel (Space Science Institute)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Julianne Dalcanton (University of Washington - Department of Astronomy)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Mauro Giavalisco (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Rychard Bouwens (University of California, Santa Cruz)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Tupper Hyde (NASA)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
John Trauger (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Mark Clampin (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Gautam Vasisht (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Olivier Guyon (University of Arizona / Subaru Telescope)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Webster Cash (University of Colorado)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Rolf Jansen (Arizona State University)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Ken Sembach (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Marc Postman (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Ken Carpenter (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
Beyond JWST: The Next Steps in UV-Optical-NIR Astronomy
Priya Natarajan (Yale University)
No description found.
Friday Oct 31, 2008
IVOA Interoperability Workshop
Tom McGlynn, Mireille Louys, Jesus Salgado, Rob Seaman, Matthew Graham, Pedro Osuna, Ray Plante, Sebastien Derriere, Francois Ochsenbein, Masatoshi Ohishi, Herve Wozniak, Bob Hanisch, Francoise Genova, Dave De Young  (n/a)
No description found.
Tuesday Oct 28, 2008
IVOA Interoperability Workshop
Severin Gaudet, Andy Lawrence, Masatoshi Ohishi, Christophe Arviset, Francoise Genova, Masatoshi Ohishi  (n/a)
No description found.
Monday Oct 27, 2008
IVOA Interoperability Workshop
Bob Hanisch, Matt Mountain, Dave De Young, Christophe Arviset, et al. (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
IVOA Interoperability Workshop
Bob Hanisch, Matt Mountain, Dave De Young, Christophe Arviset, et al.  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Friday Apr 4, 2008
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Regina Schulte-Ladbeck (University of Pittsburgh)
No description found.
Friday Nov 16, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Gillian Wright  (The Royal Observatory, Edinburgh)
No description found.
Friday Oct 12, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Jean Turner  (University of California, Los Angeles)
No description found.
Friday Sep 14, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Silvia Torres-Peimbert (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico)
No description found.
Monday Jul 9, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Janet Drew  (University of Hertfordshire)
No description found.
Friday Jul 6, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Eva Grebel  (University of Heidelburg)
No description found.
Saturday May 12, 2007
2007 Women's Science Forum
Sheryl Bruff  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2007 Women's Science Forum
Carol Christian  (n/a)
No description found.
2007 Women's Science Forum
L J Martinez-Miranda  (n/a)
No description found.
2007 Women's Science Forum
Mary Cleave  (n/a)
No description found.
2007 Women's Science Forum
Tania Laguerre  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Tuesday May 8, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Neta Bahcall (Princeton University)
No description found.
Tuesday Apr 17, 2007
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Linda Sparke (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Oct 25, 2006
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Steve Chien (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Gina Moylan  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Steve Chien (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
John Jaap (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Bradley Clement  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Robert Morris  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Terri Wood  (n/a)
No description found.
Tuesday Oct 24, 2006
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Robert Shendock  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Sylvain Damiani  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Marcelo Oglietti  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Nazma Ferdous  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Rob Sherwood  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Alice Berman (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Sandra Mau  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Andrew Carrel  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Alessandro Donati  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Gerard Verfaillie  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Reiko Rager  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Amedeo Cesta  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Theresa Beech  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Derek Long  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Mark Boddy (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Daniel Gaines  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Mark Giuliano  (n/a)
No description found.
Monday Oct 23, 2006
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Peggy Stanley (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Sylvie Thiebaux (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Brennan Sellner and Reid Simmons (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Erhard Rabenau (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Nicola Bianchessi, Giovanni Righini (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Mark D. Johnston (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
David Kortenkamp  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Roman Bartak (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
John Bresina  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Rob Hawkins (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Matthieu Gallien (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Sergio De Florio (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Anthony Barrett  (n/a)
No description found.
International Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space
Bill Workman  (n/a)
No description found.
Friday Oct 6, 2006
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Yuexing Li (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
No description found.
Thursday Oct 5, 2006
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Claudia Scarlata (n/a)
Wednesday Oct 4, 2006
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Brad Whitmore (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Eric Bell (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Scott Trager (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Sheila Kannappan (University of Texas at Austin)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Ricardo Schiavon (University of Virginia)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Michael Fall (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Joshua Barnes (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Jennifer Lotz (National Optical Astronomy Observatory)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Sadegh Khochfar (University of Oxford)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Thorsten Naab (University Observatory Munich)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Barry Rothberg (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Gregory Novak (University of California, Santa Cruz)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Mathieu Puech (GEPI - Paris Observatory)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Paul Goudfrooij (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Lisa Kewley (University of Hawaii)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Avishai Dekel (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
David Rupke (University of Maryland)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Philip Hopkins (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Pieter van Dokkum (Yale University)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Kristin Woodley (McMaster University)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Daniel McIntosh (UMass Amherst)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Nicole Homeier (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Michael Cooper (University of California, Berkeley)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Morad Masjedi (New York University)
No description found.
Galaxy Mergers: From the Local Universe to the Red Sequence
Marc Balcells (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
No description found.
Wednesday Mar 15, 2006
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Massimo Stiavelli  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
I will briefly discuss the Hubble Ultra Deep Field and its present and future followup observations and their potential to investigate the Universe at redshift greater than 7. I will then discuss the strategies that the James Webb Space Telescope wil ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Jonathan Gardner (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
The scientific capabilities of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) fall into four themes. The End of the Dark Ages: First Light and Reionization theme seeks to identify the first luminous sources to form and to determine the ionization history of t ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Richard Ellis  (California Institute of Technology)
I will provide an update of the growing evidence that the assembled stellar mass at z~5-6 implies an earlier era of significant star formation, activity that has yet to be directly detected by extant searches. This puzzle provides a strong motivation ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Nino Panagia  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Reionization is a process that depends on the ultraviolet (UV) output of galaxies integrated over the time interval when they are active UV sources. This fact is particularly relevant for the case of Balmer-break galaxies (BBG) because, when these ga ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Masami Ouchi (Space Telescope Science Institute)
I will present our results and on-going efforts of clustering analysis for Ly-a emitters and dropout galaxies at z=3-7. We have carried out very deep wide-field optical broad- and narrow-band imaging down to i'=27.5 for the contiguous 1 deg^2 field o ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Massimo Ricotti  (University of Maryland)
I discuss several possible sources sources of reionization such as globular clusters, population III stars and accreting black holes and how reionization may happen in these different scenarios.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Bahram Mobasher  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
I present results of the search for a new population of extremely massive and evolved galaxies at z > 5.
Tuesday Mar 14, 2006
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Mike Fall  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Elizabeth Stanway (University of California, Irvine)
Recent observations indicate that the epoch of reionization ended at redshift z ~ 6, motivating direct searches for the star forming galaxies that are its the most likely cause. Star-forming galaxies at redshifts z > 7 may be detectable and mappable ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Anton Koekemoer (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Candidate AGN at redshifts ~ 6 - 7 can be selected by means of their lack of optical detections, as compared with their relatively bright X-ray flux. The discovery of Extreme X-ray / Optical sources (`EXO's) has provided samples of such sources, whic ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Rychard Bouwens  (University of California, Santa Cruz)
I will summarize what we know about z~6 galaxies from the observations.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Paul Shapiro  (The University of Texas at Austin)
When the universe was reionized, small-scale cosmic structure exerted a strong feedback effect which left its imprint on all scales from the smallest to the largest. When the first stars formed inside minihalos of mass ~ 106 solar masses at redshifts ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Elizabeth Barton (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
I will discuss observations of galaxies at extreme redshifts (z>5) and what these tell us about the history of star formation and the assembly of stellar of stellar mass. I will describe how HST imaging with ACS (for example the Ultra Deep Field) has ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Renyue Cen (Princeton University)
I will discuss how the universe might have been reionized, how one might construct a physical picture that is consistent with several different, seemingly contradictory observations, how the consequence of reionization may be related to star formatio ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Rodger Thompson (Steward Observatory)
We have traced the star formation history of the NICMOS region of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (HUDF) to a redshift of 6 and have compared it to similar results in the Northern Hubble Deep Field (NHDF). The HUDF offers and independent measure of the s ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Lennox Cowie  (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
I will discuss the evolution, in the range z = 5 - 6.5, of potential neutral intergalactic medium tracers, such as OI/CII absorption lines and dark gaps in the quasar spectra, and compare with the evolution of ionized tracers, such as Lyman alpha emi ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
James Rhoades  (n/a)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Nobunari Kashikawa (NAOJ)
We report an extensive search for Lyman alpha emitters at z=6.5 (z6p5LAEs) in the Subaru Deep Field. Subsequent spectroscopy with Subaru/Keck identified eight more z6p5LAEs, giving us a total of 17 spectroscopically confirmed z6p5LAEs. Based on these ...
Monday Mar 13, 2006
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Mike Hauser  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Rick White  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The most distant quasars act as beacons for the study of the gas in the intergalactic medium when the universe was less than one billion years old. We argue that there is strong evidence for a change in the ionized fraction of hydrogen at z=6, which ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Presenter: Kyungjin Ahn (The University of Texas at Austin)
The first stars are believed to have formed at redshift z>~20 inminihalos of mass ~10^6 solar masses. The energy released by these first stars had a strong feedback effect on the surrounding gas. One recent study suggests that the ionizing radiation ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Gerard Kriss  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The neutral hydrogen and ionized helium absorption in the spectra of quasars probe the structure of intergalactic gas in the early universe. At redshifts above 3.5, the universe is opaque to He II absorption. At lower redshifts, this opacity decrease ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Steven Furlanetto (Yale University)
Recent observations paint a complex picture of reionization, implying that the ionizing sources and the intergalactic medium interact through a rich set of physical processes. Unfortunately, disentangling these processes requires new windows into thi ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Benedetta Ciardi  (MPA)
With the advent in the near future of the new generation of low frequency radio telescopes a new window on the high-redshift universe will be opened. In particular, it will be possible, for the first time, to observe the 21cm signal from the diffuse ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Sangeeta Malhotra (Arizona State University)
The visibility of Lyman-alpha emission from galaxies should be suppressed completely or partially at redshifts beyond reionization. By comparing luminosity function of Lyman-alpha emitters at z=5.7 and z=6.5, we conclude a factor of three attenuation ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Llian Iliev  (CITA)
Reionization is a complex process, many features of which can only be modelled by detailed numerical radiative transfer simulations. I will review the current status of the field. In particular, I will discuss the basic requirements for such simulati ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Brian O'Shea  (Los Alamos National Lab)
We use the cosmological adaptive mesh refinement code Enzo to do a suite of high-resolution numerical simulations of the formation of Population III protostellar clouds in a cosmological context. These simulations cover a range of box sizes and distr ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Olivier Dore (n/a)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Matt McQuinn (Harvard University)
A number of radio interferometers are currently being planned or constructed to observe 21 cm emission from reionization. Not only will such measurements provide a detailed view of the Epoch of Reionization, but, since the 21 cm emission also traces ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Tomonori Totani  (Kyoto University)
The gamma-ray burst (GRB) 050904 at z = 6.3 provides the first opportunity of probing the intergalactic medium (IGM) by GRBs at the epoch of the reionization. Here we present a spectral modeling analysis of the optical afterglow spectrum taken by the ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Tommy Wiklind  (ESA/STScI)
Applying a selection technique based on near- and mid-infrared photometric data and targeting the Balmer break feature, it is possible to define a sample of galaxies that are old (>200 Myr), massive (~10^11 Msun) and situated at redshifts z > 5. We h ...
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Tomonori Totani (Kyoto University)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Jonathan P. Gardner (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Brian O'Shea (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Elizabeth Barton (University of California, Irvine)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Matt McQuinn (Harvard University)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Steven Furlanetto (Yale University)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Kyungjin Ahn (The University of Texas at Austin)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Paul Shapiro (The University of Texas at Austin)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Rodger Thompson (Steward Observatory)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Michael Fall (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Nino Panagia (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Tommy Wiklind (ESA/Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Nobunari Kashikawa (NAOJ)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Roban Kramer (Columbia University)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Masami Ouchi (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Massimo Ricotti (University of Maryland)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Gerard Kriss (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Bahram Mobasher (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Renyue Cen (Princeton University)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Richard L. White (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Benedetta Ciardi (MPA)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Rychard Bouwens (University of California, Santa Cruz)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Ilian Iliev (CITA)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Massimo Stiavelli (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Anton Koekemoer (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Elizabeth Stanway (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Sangeeta Malhotra (Arizona State University)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Lennox Cowie (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
Richard Ellis (California Institute of Technology)
No description found.
Wednesday Mar 1, 2006
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Judy Cohen  (California Institute of Technology)
No description found.
Friday Oct 28, 2005
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Roelof de Jong (Space Telescope Science Institute)
NICMOS Status I will give an overview of the current status of NICMOS. I will highlight some of the changes that have occurred now NICMOS has been working at a different temperature over the last three years after the cryo-cooler was installed. Impr ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Bahram Mobasher (Space Telescope Science Institute)
A Study of NICMOS Non-linearity Observations of standard stars with NICMOS grism (G096), when compared with the same standards taken with STIS (G750L), show a disagreement over the wavelength range 0.8 to 1 micron. Further comparison with ACS F850LP ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Rodger Thompson (n/a)
NICMOS Calibration Challenges in the Ultra Deep Field NICMOS observations in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field provide particular challenges. Effects that are either subtle or negligible in other observations can become prominent effects when observing ve ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Eddie Bergeron (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Temperature and Bias Variation and Measurement in the NICMOS Detectors The NICMOS detectors on HST are extremely sensitive to changes in operating temperature and supply voltage. These temperature and voltage variations affect quantum efficiency and ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Dean Hines (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Polarimetry with NICMOS NICMOS cameras 1 and 2 (43 and 76 mas/pixel, respectively) each carry a set of three polarizing elements to provide high sensitivity observations of linearly polarized light. The polarizers are bandpass limited and provide mi ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Ronald Gilliland (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Differential NICMOS Spectrophotometry at High Signal-to-Noise Transiting extrasolar planets present an opportunity for probing atmospheric conditions and constituents by taking advantage of different apparent radii, hence transit depth as a function ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Eddie Bergeron  (Space Telescope Science Institute)
NIC3 FOM Dithered Observations of the Orion Nebula The HST Treasury program 10246 used the ACS WFC to survey a large portion of the Orion nebula cluster. In parallel with the ACS, NIC3 observations in F110W and F160W were also taken. In order to cov ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
James Rhoads (n/a)
HST Observations in support of JWST Calibration The James Webb Space Telescope will be NASA's flagship observatory in the next decade, and will be a worthy successor to the Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescopes. I will outline plans for HST observatio ...
Thursday Oct 27, 2005
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Kenneth Sembach (Space Telescope Science Institute)
ACS Calibration Status The Advanced Camera for Surveys is producing spectacular science results that require careful instrument calibration. This talk will provide an overview of recent calibration highlights and calibration plans for Cycle 14. It w ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Jason Rhodes (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Modeling and Correcting the Time-Dependent ACS PSF for Weak Lensing The shapes of background galaxies are distorted by foreground dark matter in a process known as weak gravitational lensing. These distortions can be used to map out the foreground m ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Marco Sirianni (n/a)
The photometric calibration of ACS During more than three years of on-orbit operation ACS has proven to be a very stable and repeatable instrument. Several calibration programs have been devoted to directly or indirectly improve the photometric cali ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Robert O'Dell (Vanderbilt University)
Calibration of the ACS Emission-Line Filters On-orbit calibration of the ACS emission-line filters F502N, F658N, and F660N have been made using a bright portion of the Orion Nebula as a reference source. This calibration is important because the con ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Martin Kuemmel (n/a)
Slitless spectroscopy with the Advanced Camera for Surveys The Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) enables low resolution slitless spectroscopic imaging in the three channels. The most-used mode is grism imaging with the WFC (40A/pixel), and the same ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Max Mutchler (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Pipeline calibrations of ACS data Our strategies for collecting ACS calibration data, and converting it into reference files for use in the the pipeline, have been continually evolving since the instrument was installed during Hubble Servicing Missi ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Gerhardt Meurer (n/a)
Selection and characterization of "interesting" grism spectra The G800L grism used in conjunction with the ACS WFC allows the detection of numerous emission line and other "interesting" sources in relatively shallow exposures of a few orbits. Howeve ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Jay Anderson (n/a)
Distortion in the WFC Camera The material in this talk will come largely from the ISR I am putting together on the distortion solution for the WFC camera. Distortion in the WFC comes from three primary sources: (1) the off-axis optics of the telesco ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Jennifer Mack (Ron Gilliland presenting) (Space Telescope Science Institute)
ACS Flatfield Update and New SBC L-flats We present an overview of the flatfields currently in use by the calibration pipeline. A recent comparison with sky flats obtained via observations of the bright Earth limb indicate that the CCD flats are acc ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
John Biretta (Space Telescope Science Institute)
WFPC2 Status and Calibration We review the current status of WFPC2 and its calibration, as well as future plans for special close-out calibrations prior to its eventual de-orbit. WFPC2 continues to perform flawlessly with very little change in its b ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Randy Kimble (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Calibration Status and Results for Wide Field Camera 3 Wide Field Camera 3 is a general purpose imager with broad wavelength coverage (200-1700 nm), currently in development for installation in place of WFPC2 in Servicing Mission 4. The instrument f ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Harvey Richer (University of British Columbia)
Finding Stars in Undersampled ACS Images We present a new method of finding stars in undersampled ACS images. The algorithm produces hands off clean stellar finding lists that are largely devoid of galaxies, lumps on diffraction spikes and saturatio ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Anton Koekemoer (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Multidrizzle Overview and Future Plans The MultiDrizzle program provides a powerful, unified interface to the various steps involves in registering, cleaning and combining dithered HST data using the "drizzle" software. MultiDrizzle can be run on AC ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Andy Fruchter (Space Telescope Science Institute)
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Wednesday Oct 26, 2005
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Matt Mountain (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Paul Goudfrooij  (Review and Status of STIS Closeout)
Review and Status of STIS Closeout The huge archive of STIS observations constitutes a unique source of spectroscopic data in the UV and spatially-resolved spectroscopic data at UV and optical wavelengths. To enable the astronomical community to tak ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Charles Proffitt (Space Telescope Science Institute)
STIS First Order Spectroscopic Flux Calibration. During the operational lifetime of STIS, the primary emphasis of throughput measurements was the accurate determination of broad band point source fluxes observed using the low dispersion modes at the ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Michael Gregg (U. California, Davis and Lawrence Livermore National Lab)
The HST/STIS Next Generation Spectral Library During Cycles 10, 12, and 13, we obtained STIS G230LB, G430L, and G750L spectra of 378 bright stars covering a wide range in abundance, effective temperature, and luminosity. This HST/STIS Next Generatio ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Paul Bristow (n/a)
STIS Calibration Enhancement: Implementation of Model Based Techniques for Wavelength Calibration and Charge Transfer Inefficiency The Instrument physical Modelling Group at the Space Telescope European Co-ordinating Facility is investigating areas ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Paul Goudfrooij (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Correcting STIS CCD Spectra for CTE Loss Since the installation of STIS onto HST in Feb 1997, radiation damage to the CCD (primarily due to high energy protons encountered in crossings of the South Atlantic Anomaly) has caused a degradation of its C ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Kris Davidson (n/a)
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2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Paul Barrett (n/a)
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2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Linda Dressel (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Improving the Rectification of Spectral Images Single rows in STIS rectified spectral images are being analyzed in science programs where the highest obtainable spatial resolution is needed. I will discuss two problems that have limited the accuracy ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Alessandra Aloisi (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Towards a Comprehensive Sensitivity Calibration of the STIS Echelle Modes I will present the state of the art of the final sensitivity calibration for all the STIS spectroscopic Echelle modes. This includes 1) the derivation of a new absolute sensit ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Florian Kerber (ST-ECF)
STIS Calibration Enhancement: Dispersion solutions based on a physical instrument model The Space Telescope European Co-ordinating Facility (ST-ECF) embarked on the STIS Calibration (STIS-CE) effort as part of the extension of the Memorandum of Unde ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Jesus Maiz (Space Telescope Science Institute)
NUV-MAMA Prism Calibration A flux calibration for the STIS NUV-MAMA objective prism that yields a precision of 1% rms in the 1300-3000 ? range with respect to the first-order modes G140L and G230L will be presented. I will also discuss MULTISPEC, a ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
James Green (University of Colorado)
Results from the Calibration of the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph The Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (COS)had a full thermal-vacuum calibration run in summer 2003, and will undergo another full calibration in 2006 in anticipation of a late 2007 launch. W ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Kenneth Sembach (Space Telescope Science Institute)
HST Two Gyro Mode The Hubble Space Telescope was originally designed to use three rate-sensing gyroscopes to provide fine pointing control of the observatory during science observations. In order to conserve the lifetime of the HST gyros, one of the ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Ed Nelan (n/a)
FGS Astrometry in Two-Gyro Mode The FGS is used for astrometric measurements with accuracies that are typically good to 0.2 mas, as well as to resolve binary systems with separations that are less than HST's diffraction limit. One might expect some ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Barbara McArthur (Ed Nelan Presenting) (n/a)
The Optical Field Angle Distortion Calibration of HST Fine Guidance Sensors 1R and 3 To date five OFAD (Optical Field Angle Distortion) calibrations have been performed with a star field in M35, four on FGS3 and one on FGS1, all analyzed by the Astr ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Brian McLean (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The New GSC-II and its use for HST The second generation HST Guide Star Catalog (GSC-II) provides a significant improvement over the original GSC-I. It provides ICRS-based positions with improved accuracy for almost a billion objects as faint as J~2 ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Rick White (Karen Levay presenting) (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The HST Archive Recent and planned enhancements to the Hubble and MAST archives will be described. Many of our new capabilities make use of the Virtual Observatory, including access to thousands of astronomical catalogs through VizieR, VO-compatible ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Perry Greenfield (Space Telescope Science Institute)
Where Will PyRAF Lead Us? The Future of Data Analysis Software at STScI PyRAF, which allows the running and scripting of IRAF tasks from Python, was just the first step in STScI's migration to a more flexible and productive data analysis software en ...
2005 HST Calibration Workshop
Bob Hanisch (Space Telescope Science Institute)
The National Virtual Observatory and HST In the past several years the National Virtual Observatory has progressed from concept to implementation. The NVO provides a suite of core applications for data discovery, multi-wavelength data comparison and ...
Thursday Oct 20, 2005
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Taku Takeuchi (Kobe University)
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Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Herve' Beust (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Grenoble)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Jean-Charles Augereau (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Grenoble)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Alexis Brandeker (University of Toronto)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Pawel Artymowicz (University of Toronto)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Wayne Holland (UK ATC, Royal Observatory Edinburgh)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Mark Wyatt (University of Cambridge)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Alice Quillen (University of Rochester)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Alycia Weinberger (Carnegie Institutes of Washington, DTM)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Geoffrey Bryden (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Glenn Schneider (Steward Observatory, Universty of Arizona)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Christopher Stark (n/a)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Mike Hauser (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Oct 19, 2005
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
David Koerner (Northern Arizona University)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
David Golimowski (Johns Hopkins University)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Michael Liu (University of Hawaii, Institute for Astronomy)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
David Wilner (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Paul Kalas (University of California, Berkeley)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Kate Su (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Michael Werner's presented by Kate Su (JPL/Caltech)
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Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Jane Greaves (University of St. Andrews)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
JJ Kavelaars (Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Massimo Marengo (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Mark Clampin (Goddard Space Flight Center)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Amaya Moro-Martin (Princeton University)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Mini-Workshop: Nearby Resolved Debris Disks
Various Speakers (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Oct 5, 2005
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Debra Elmegreen  (n/a)
No description found.
Wednesday Aug 31, 2005
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Francesca Matteucci  (Universita di Trieste)
No description found.
Wednesday Aug 10, 2005
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Monica Tossi (Osservatorio di Bologna)
Wednesday Jun 29, 2005
Caroline Herschel Distinguished Lectures
Rachel Webster (University of Melbourne )
No description found.
Friday Oct 18, 2002
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Daniela Calzetti (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Torsten Boeker (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Mark Dickinson (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Rodger Thompson (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Glenn Schneider (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Brad Whitmore (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Anton Koekemoer (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Andrew Dolphin (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Ivan King (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Erich Karkoschka (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Ed Nelan (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Fritz Benedict (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
John MacKenty (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Dennis Ebbets (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Anton Koekemoer (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
Thursday Oct 17, 2002
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Charles Proffitt (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Paul Goudfrooij (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Ralph Bohlin (Space Telescope Science Institute)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Chuck Bowers (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Carol Grady (n/a)
No description found.
2002 HST Calibration Workshop
Ted Gull (n/a)
No description found.