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AAS Electronic Announcement #214 – November 2010

Date Emailed: 10 November 2010

CONTENTS:

1. AAS RELEASES 2009 ANNUAL REPORT
2. 2011 AAS MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS
3. AAS ELECTRONIC VOTING
4. SPONSORS SOUGHT FOR 217th MEETING OF THE AAS
5. SEATTLE MEETING NEWS
6. NEEDED: JUDGES FOR CHAMBLISS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
7. 2011 CONGRESSIONAL VISITS DAY
8. NSO OBSERVING PROPOSAL DEADLINE
9. SPITZER SPACE TELESCOPE CYCLE-8 CALL FOR PROPOSALS
10. SPITZER SPACE TELESCOPE DATA ARCHIVE
11. KEPLER GUEST OBSERVER PROGRAM - CYCLE 3
12. ASP INVITES NOMINATIONS FOR 2011 AWARDS
13. REQUEST FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE DDA'S BROUWER AWARD
14. INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR US GRADUATE STUDENTS (IRES)
15. AAAC ISSUES LETTER ON WFIRST
16. SOLVING THE MYSTERIES OF THE PLASMA UNIVERSE
17. THE KEPLER PROJECT
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1. AAS RELEASES 2009 ANNUAL REPORT

The AAS is happy to announce its first annual report in a new format, published electronically apart from the BAAS. The 2009 Annual Report is available at http://aas.org/publications/annual_report. For future years, the report will be available at the beginning of July each year for the year prior. This is due to needing Council approval of the audit report for the prior year before we include the financial results in the annual report. Comments or questions about the annual report are welcome publications at aas.org.
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2. 2011 AAS MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS

Renewal season is underway! Please take a moment and renew your membership for 2011 to avoid unnecessary reminders and reduce administrative costs. You can renew and contribute to our programs online at members.aas.org. Please contact Faye Peterson, Manager, Membership Services at peterson at aas.org if you have any questions.
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3. AAS ELECTRONIC VOTING

The AAS conducts online elections. When balloting opens, each eligible AAS member with a valid email address on file will receive an emailed request to vote. Voting will be accomplished through the "members-only" area of the AAS website which requires your ID and password. Members for whom we do not have email addresses will receive a paper ballot by first class mail.

Any other member wishing to use a paper ballot may request one by fax to (202) 234-2560 or by email to ballot at aas.org. Please include your member number with your request.
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4. SPONSORS SOUGHT FOR 217th MEETING OF THE AAS

Early registration numbers for the 217th meeting of the AAS in Seattle 9-13 January 2010 are keeping pace with early registration totals for the most recent Washington, DC meeting, which set a historic record for the largest astronomy meeting in history. This significant turnout of astronomers provides the perfect opportunity for organizations that support and enable astronomy, astrophysics, heliophysics and planetary
science to support the research community, while garnering significant recognition among the Nation's astronomers. A wide range of sponsorship opportunities are available, from promotional space in the meeting program to sponsorship of refreshment breaks, the primary meeting reception or attendee-focused options such as registrant material provisions. In addition, unique opportunities are available to reach out to undergraduate and graduate students as well as postdoctoral researchers. For additional details contact Debbie Kovalsky at debbie.kovalsky at aas.org.
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5. SEATTLE MEETING NEWS

Important Deadlines:
Regular Registration: 17 September - 18 November 2010
Late Registration: 19 November - 20 December 2010
Childcare Grants: 1 December 2010
Late Abstract Submission: 1 December 2010, 9:00 pm EST
Splinter Meeting Requests: 1 December 2010
Hotel Reservations: 13 December 2010
Onsite Registration: 21 December 2010 - 13 January 2011

Register by 18 November 2010 and save up to $70. Registration rates will increase 19 November. Register online at www.aas.org/aas217threg/

Hotel Information
The AAS has contracted blocks of rooms at the following hotels:
Sheraton Seattle Hotel & Towers
Single: $155.00
Double: $165.00

Hilton Seattle
Single/Double: $140.00

Crowne Plaza Seattle
Single/Double: $109

Grand Hyatt Seattle
Single: $159
Double: $179

Please visit the Hotel Reservation Site at https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=2560581 to make your reservation. Reservations can also be made through the
Call Center:
Toll free: 1-888-877-0255
Direct dial: 1-206-461-5881
Open Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm Pacific time.
The deadline to make reservations is 13 December 2010. Booking outside of our reserved block results in significant increase in meeting costs for everyone.

Seattle Scientific Program Online
The Scientific Schedule for the Seattle meeting can now be viewed online at http://www.abstractsonline.com/plan/start.aspx?mkey=%7B89D4DA6A%2D02AE%2....

Splinter Meetings
Please remember if you are requesting a splinter meeting you will need to submit a Splinter Meeting Proposal form by 1 December 2010. This form is available at http://aas.org/meetings/splinter_proposal_form.php. Splinter meetings are reserved on a first come, first served basis. Splinter meetings are typically small group meetings from 5 to 50 individuals to discuss mission planning, collaborative science efforts or other non-science issues. They are not meant to replace science sessions at the meeting and will not be widely advertised by the AAS as meeting content. The splinter meeting concept is provided as a service to our members.

Childcare
The AAS will provide childcare during the meeting through the Kiddie Corps service. Childcare will be available Sunday, 9 January through Thursday, 13 January 2010. The cost of care is $8 per hour. The advance registration deadline for childcare is 13 December 2010. Please visit the Child Care information page at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/child_care to download the registration form or for more information.

Because of a charitable donation, the AAS can still provide small childcare grants to meeting attendees. To apply visit http://aas.org/meetings/childcaregrants.php.

Seattle Workshops, Special Events, and Splinter Meetings Details for all workshops, events, and splinter meetings are available at http://www.abstractsonline.com/plan/start.aspx?mkey=%7B89D4DA6A%2D02AE%2....

Do not forget that you can add these to an itinerary in the online program. Simply click on "My Itinerary" in the Program Planner, login or create a new account, and you will be set to start creating and saving a meeting itinerary.

AAS Council Meeting
9 January, 8:00am-5:00pm
The AAS Council is the board of directors for the AAS, which is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation incorporated in the District of Columbia. The Council meeting, which is open to AAS members except for any executive sessions, allows for routine corporate business (such as approval of prize winners and setting each year's budget) as well as discussion of current conditions in the field of astronomy and closely related sciences, setting of long term goals and allocation of resources to achieve those goals.
No registration required; gallery seating is limited.

CAE/CATS Astro 101 Tier 1 Teaching Excellence Workshop
8-9 January, 8:00am-5:30pm
The cost for this 2-day workshop is $35. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Gina Brissenden, gbrissenden at as.arizona.edu

Exoplanet Exploration Program Advisory Group
8-9 January, 8:30am-5:00pm
No registration required.
Organizer: Wesley Traub, wesley.a.traub at jpl.nasa.gov

2011 NSF Postdoctoral Fellows Symposium
8 January, 1:00pm-6:00pm
9 January, 9:00am-6:00pm
Organizer: John P. Wisniewski, jwisnie at u.washington.edu

CAE/CATS Tier II Technology Special Topic Workshop
9 January, 8:00am-5:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $35. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Gina Brissenden, gbrissenden at as.arizona.edu

Getting Started in Astronomy Education Research
9 January, 9:30am-12:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $35. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Tim Slater, timslaterwyo at gmail.com

Astronomy is a Verb: Engaging ASTR 101 Students in Astronomical Research
9 January, 2:00pm-5:00pm
The cost for this workshop is $35. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Tim Slater, timslaterwyo at gmail.com

K-12 Educator Reception
9 January, 4:30pm-6:00pm
Organizer: Jacob Noel-Storr, jake at cis.rit.edu

AAS Professional Development: Conveying Messages with Graphs
10 January, 8:30am-12:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $50. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Kelle Cruz, kellecruz at gmail.com

AAS Career Workshop: Advancing Your Career in Astronomy: Identifying
and Seizing Opportunities, Learning and Honing Professional Skills
10 January, 12:30pm-4:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $50. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Alaina Levine, alaina at alainalevine.com

AAS Professional Development: Making the Most of your Presentation
10 January, 3:40pm-5:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $50. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Kelle Cruz, kellecruz at gmail.com

WorldWide Telescope in Research and Education
11 January, 10:00am-6:00pm
No registration required.
Organizer: Dan Fay, dan.fay at microsoft.com

AAS Professional Development: Emerging Leadership: Development of
Leadership Skills in Problem-Solving and Leading Change
11 January, 1:00pm-4:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $50. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Kelle Cruz, kellecruz at gmail.com

NASA Herschel Science Center: Herschel Data Processing Overview and Demo
11 January, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Organizer: Bidushi Bhattacharya, bhattach at ipac.caltech.edu

Community Use of the Dark Energy Camera on the CTIO Blanco 4m Telescope
11 January, 5:30pm-7:00pm
Organizer: Alistair Walker, awalker at ctio.noao.edu

AAS Donor Reception
11 January, 5:30pm-7:00pm
By Invitation Only.
Organizer: Faye Peterson (AAS Membership Manager), faye.peterson at aas.org

Early Results from the SOFIA Observatory
11 January, 5:30pm-7:00pm
Organizer: Bob Gehrz, gehrz at astro.umn.edu

AAS Professional Development: Basic Negotiations, Problem Solving, and
Conflict Resolution
12 January, 9:00am-12:30pm
The cost for this workshop is $50. Workshop registration can be completed through the AAS registration form, available at http://aas.org/meetings/aas217/registration.
Organizer: Kelle Cruz, kellecruz at gmail.com

NASA Astrophysics Research Program Discussion
12 January, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Organizer: Linda Sparke, sparke at astro.wisc.edu

CAE/CATS Reunion Reception
12 January, 6:30pm-8:00pm
No registration required.
Organizer: Gina Brissenden, gbrissenden at as.arizona.edu

Cosmic Origins Program Analysis Group Meeting
13 January, 1:00pm-4:00pm
Organizer: Eric P. Smith, eric.p.smith at nasa.gov

Program Ads
Increase your organization's visibility by placing an ad in the meeting program book. The inside (front or back) covers are available as well as full page ads throughout the program.

Pricing
Inside Covers (color): $2,500
Full Page Ad (black and white): $1,250

To secure an ad, please contact Crystal Tinch by 19 November 2010.

Boston Workshop Proposals If you would like to propose for a Workshop for the 2011 Summer Meeting in Boston, proposals are due 15 December 2010. See http://aas.org/meetings/summer_session_organizer_deadlines.php for information and deadlines.

Please direct questions to lisa.idem at aas.org.
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6. NEEDED: JUDGES FOR CHAMBLISS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

We need members to judge posters for the Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Awards at the Seattle meeting. You'll be asked to evaluate no more than five undergraduate- and/or graduate-student posters according to defined criteria; see the rules (http://aas.org/grants/Chambliss_Astronomy_Achievement_Student_Award_Rule...) on our website.

The student poster authors will sincerely appreciate your expertise in judging their work. Judging will occur on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (January 10, 11, and 12) from 9:30-11:00 a.m., 1:00-3:00 p.m., and 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Please indicate your willingness and availability by filling out the Chambliss Judge Sign-Up Form (http://aas.org/meetings/chambliss_judge_sign_up_form) by Friday, 19 November 2010.

Please contact Crystal Tinch at tinch at aas.org if you have any questions.
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7. 2011 CONGRESSIONAL VISITS DAY

The AAS is recruiting volunteers to participate in the annual Congressional Visits Day to be held on 6-7 April 2011. Organized by the Science-Engineering-Technology Working Group, this event brings scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, and technology executives to Washington to raise visibility and support for science, engineering, and technology. Information on the SET CVD held in 2010 is available http://www.setcvd.org/cvd2010/index.html

To participate you must contact Bethany Johns, AAS John Bahcall Public Policy Fellow at bjohns at aas.org or 202-328-2010. Participation is limited and slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
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8. NSO OBSERVING PROPOSAL DEADLINE

Deadline: 15 November 2010

The current deadline for submitting observing proposals to the National Solar Observatory is 15 November 2010 for the first quarter of 2011. Information is available from the NSO Telescope Allocation Committee at P.O. Box 62, Sunspot, NM 88349 for Sacramento Peak facilities (sp at nso.edu) or P.O. Box 26732, Tucson, AZ 85726 for Kitt Peak facilities (nsokp at nso.edu). Instructions may be found at http://www.nso.edu/general/observe/. A web-based observing-request form is at http://www2.nso.edu/cgi-bin/nsoforms/obsreq/obsreq.cgi. Users' Manuals are available at http://nsosp.nso.edu/dst/ for the SP facilities and http://nsokp.nso.edu/ for the KP facilities. An observing-run evaluation form can be obtained at ftp://ftp.nso.edu/observing_templates/evaluation.form.txt.

Proposers are reminded that each quarter is typically oversubscribed, and it is to the proposer's advantage to provide all information requested to the greatest possible extent no later than the official deadline. Observing time at National Observatories is provided as support to the astronomical community by the National Science Foundation.
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9. SPITZER SPACE TELESCOPE CYCLE-8 CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Release Date: 15 October 2010
Exploration Science Letters of Intent Due: November 15, 2010
Primary Proposal Deadline: January 28, 2011, 5:00 PM PST
Secondary Kepler* update deadline: March 1, 2011, 5:00 PM PST
(*Kepler targets = Kepler Targets released on 1 Feb 2011)
Cycle-8: August 2011 - September 2012

On behalf of NASA and the Spitzer Space Telescope Project, the Spitzer Science Center (SSC) at Caltech is pleased to announce the release of the Cycle-8 Call for Proposals (CP). The Cycle-8 CP solicits Exploration Science (ES) General Observer, regular General Observer (GO) and Snapshot proposals. We expect to select 6,000 hours of ES programs and 1,000 hours of priority 1 regular GO programs, plus an additional 3,000 hours of priority 2 regular GO and Snapshot programs. Cycle-8 will run from August 2011 through September 2012. Cycle-8 is currently the last funded observing cycle. The Spitzer project will be returning to the NASA Senior Review in 2012 to request funding to support Cycle-9 observations planned for October 2012 through December 2013.

The Spitzer Space Telescope is an important element of NASA's exoplanet program and is committed to support open and fair access to observing time for the entire community. The delay in the release of ~400 Kepler observations until 1 February 2011, has received substantial coverage in the press and the community. To provide the broader community the opportunity to include Kepler targets from the February 1 release in Cycle-8 proposals, we are planning a two-phase proposal process. All of the necessary details are provided in the CP.

Investigators worldwide from all types of institutions are eligible to submit proposals in response to this CP. All proposals must be submitted electronically using Spot, the SSC proposal planning and submission software. The S18 version of Spot is now available from the SSC website and via the auto-update feature in Spot. Proposers must use this version of the software to submit their proposals.

Programs are categorized as small (< 50 hours), large (50-500 hours) and Exploration Science (> 500 hours). ES and regular GO proposals can include science programs that are highly constrained, with the usual caveat that the more constrained the program the harder it is to schedule. The Snapshot programs are specifically solicited to provide a substantial number of hours of unconstrained science that can be easily scheduled to fill gaps in the schedule introduced by highly constrained programs. Joint HST or Chandra observations can be proposed as part of a Spitzer Cycle-8 proposal.

** Proposal PDF files MUST be prepared with the separate Cycle-8 proposal templates available at the Proposal Kit website. **

All programmatic and technical information for Cycle-8 is available electronically from the Proposal Kit section of the Spitzer Science Center website (http://ssc.spitzer.caltech.edu/warmmission/propkit/). Any questions should be addressed to the Spitzer Helpdesk at help at spitzer.caltech.edu.
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10. SPITZER SPACE TELESCOPE DATA ARCHIVE

The Spitzer Science Center (SSC) and the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC) at Caltech are pleased to announce that on 4 November 2010, the permanent Spitzer data archive has formally moved. Data downloads from the SSC archive interface (Leopard) will be disabled and all Spitzer data will be available from their new permanent home, the Spitzer Heritage Archive (SHA) resident at the NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive (IRSA).

http://irsa.ipac.caltech.edu/applications/Spitzer/SHA/

The SHA provides:
1. a web-based archive interface
2. a more efficient data packaging process
3. enhanced queries, visualization and data download options

Recipes for downloading data from the SHA have been added to the Spitzer Data Analysis Cookbook (http://ssc.spitzer.caltech.edu/dataanalysistools/cookbook/). Any questions regarding the SHA or the Leopard retirement should be directed to the SSC Helpdesk at help at spitzer.caltech.edu.
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11. KEPLER GUEST OBSERVER PROGRAM - CYCLE 3

Proposals due: 17 December 2010

The Kepler Guest Observer Program solicits proposals for the acquisition and analysis of new scientific data from the Kepler mission. Cycle 3 observations will commence on or near 28 June 2011. Proposals submitted to this program are expected to address areas of astrophysics outside of the primary exoplanet transit survey. The instrument's high-precision photometry capability provides opportunities for variability analyses of galactic and extragalactic sources, including, but not limited to, asteroseismology, stellar activity cycles, rotation rates, mass loss, flare stars, stellar accretion and active galactic nuclei. The Kepler instrument permits two observing modes of 1 minute and 30-minutes duration, providing continuous source monitoring over Guest Observer-defined windows ranging from 1 to 12 months. Programmatic information is available on the Kepler Guest Observer webpage located at http://keplergo.arc.nasa.gov. Successful GO proposals will be funded by NASA's Science Mission Directorate. Questions about this program should be directed by email to the Kepler Guest Observer Office at keplergo at mail.arc.nasa.gov.
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12. ASP INVITES NOMINATIONS FOR 2011 AWARDS

Deadline: 15 December 2010

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific is now accepting nominations for the Society's 2011 awards honoring accomplishments in astronomy education and public outreach. Recipients receive a cash award and engraved plaque, as well as travel and lodging to accept the award at the Society's 2011 Meeting, to be held in Baltimore, Maryland.

Submission guidelines, and lists of past recipients can be found at http://www.astrosociety.org/membership/awards/awards.html.

The deadline for nominations is 15 December 2010. You do not need to be a member of the Society to make or second a nomination.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Albert Silva at 415.337.1100 x 100 or asilva at astrosociety.org.
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13. REQUEST FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE DDA'S BROUWER AWARD

Nomination deadline: 31 December 2010

Nominations are invited for the 2010-11 Dirk Brouwer Award of the Division on Dynamical Astronomy. The Brouwer Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of Dynamical Astronomy, including celestial mechanics, astrometry, geophysics, stellar systems, galactic and extra galactic dynamics. Nominations are due 31 December 2010 and should be sent to Bill Bottke (bottke at boulder.swri.edu). For more information see http://dda.harvard.edu/brouwer_award/
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14. INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR US GRADUATE STUDENTS (IRES)

Deadline: 4 February 2011

This program is administered by the National Solar Observatory (NSO), sponsored by the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE), and is open to US graduate students in any discipline of astronomy or astrophysics who are US citizens or permanent residents, age 21 years or older, and have a passport. The main goal of the program is to expose potential researchers to an international setting at an early stage in their careers. The program will take place in Bangalore, India, under the auspices of the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA), a premier national center devoted to research in astronomy, astrophysics and related physics.

The program supports up to six summer research positions for eight weeks starting 13 June 2011 (this start date is firm and does not include travel time). For each participant, the program will provide a stipend of US $500 per week, round-trip air travel to/from India, accommodation, miscellaneous travel (field trips), incidental expenses, and medical expenses/insurance.

Additional information and application materials are available on the Web at http://eo.nso.edu/ires/. All application materials must be received by 4 February 2011.
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15. AAAC ISSUES LETTER ON WFIRST

The Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee (AAAC) has issued a letter that concurs with the advice of the NASA Advisory Council's Science Committee in stressing the importance and primacy of the WFIRST mission among recommended space missions in the Decadal Survey as well as recognizing the important step of establishing a WFIRST Science Definition Team (SDT), which the agency has taken recently. The letter is available on the AAAC homepage, hosted by the NSF (http://www.nsf.gov/attachments/117235/public/AAAC-WFIRST.pdf). The WFIRST SDT call is available on this web page https://exep.jpl.nasa.gov/researchOpportunities/wfirstcall/.
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16. SOLVING THE MYSTERIES OF THE PLASMA UNIVERSE

Workshop on Opportunities in Plasma Astrophysics Report Released

Plasma physicists, space physicists, and astrophysicists have identified 10 major questions for plasma astrophysics in a recently released report from the Workshop on Opportunities in Plasma Astrophysics (WOPA), which was held earlier this year in Princeton, N.J. The goal of WOPA is to articulate a unified, comprehensive set of major questions and research opportunities in the broad areas of plasma astrophysics from three communities: laboratory plasma physics, space and solar physics, and astrophysics. Ten major questions were generated by this community activity and ten topical areas are covered by ten chapters, respectively, in the report. WOPA participants, numbering about 100, were from universities, national laboratories, government research institutions, and private industry, including several scientists from outside the U.S. The report, "Research Opportunities in Plasma Astrophysics," is available at: http://www.pppl.gov/conferences/2010/WOPA. Additional links relating to the workshop, report, and news release are at: http://www.pppl.gov/ and http://www.pppl.gov/PPPLnews123.cfm.
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17. THE KEPLER PROJECT

The Kepler project wishes to inform the community that it is moving the next data release date (originally planned for June 2011) forward to 1 February 2011. This data set (Quarter 2) is the first consisting of a complete 3 months of observations. It will contain light curves for approximately 165,000 stars (most of which are late-type Main Sequence stars) brighter than 16th magnitude in the Cygnus & Lyra constellations sampled at a 30-minute cadence. Three subsets of one-month each of 512 stars were sampled at 1 min cadence. The shorter cadence data will be released on the same schedule.

The new release will augment the Quarter 0 & Quarter 1 data that were released mid-2010. Q0 data is a unique set of ~10 days of data taken during commissioning of ~53,000 stars of all spectral types with kepmag<13.9. Q1 data consisted of 33 days of data of ~150,000 stars taken between the end of commissioning and the first quarterly roll. The motivation for the early data release is to better support the 2011 NASA Astrophysics Data Analysis Program (ADAP), a funding opportunity which supports the analysis and interpretation of data in the public archives. By tripling the volume of Kepler data in the public archive, we hope to open the floodgates to research opportunities that might be captured under the ADAP umbrella.

The project will hold a splinter session at the AAS meeting in Seattle to inform potential users of how to make use of the archive.

Further information about Kepler can be found at http://kepler.nasa.gov/

The data will be made available through MAST at http://archive.stsci.edu/kepler/
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