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With exciting new results coming from both exoplanet observations and solar system exploration missions, it sometimes seems that the two fields of “planetary studies” aren’t talking to each other.
XSEDE15 Conference program will offer tutorials, plenary talks, panels and in-depth technical content that will challenge experts in the field while also providing introductions to all aspects—the tools, technologies and methods—of computational science to people new to the use of these resource
This Calendar includes meetings 1) occurring in North, South and Central America; 2) meetings of the IAU; and 3) meetings submitted by AAS Members.
A more comprehensive list of world-wide astronomy meetings is maintained by the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre, Victoria, BC.
The AAS also distributes a printed Membership Calendar.