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Session 4 - Space Mission Status.
Display session, Monday, January 15
North Banquet Hall, Convention Center
Now in its second year, the Guest Investigator (GI) Science Program offered by the Center for EUV Astrophysics (CEA) is continuing to provide support to researchers interested not only in EUVE\/ data reduction and analysis, but also in CEA's cutting-edge technologies in satellite operations and on-line information distribution. The GI Program offers CEA's technical experience and intricate knowledge of EUVE\/ data, IRAF packages, satellite operations, and World Wide Web development. Through the GI Program, CEA has supported research programs at other observatories, helped the development of other projects' WWW sites (e.g., ORFEUS\/) and educated non-astronomer researchers about EUVE\/ data and its analysis with IRAF. Other benefits of the program include staff support and the use of computing resources at the CEA. No other institution offers such a comphrehensive support program. All those interested in EUVE\/ data, automated satellite operations, or seeking expertise in WWW initiatives are encouraged to apply. More information about the GI Program is available via the CEA World Wide Web site (http://www.cea.berkeley.edu/) or by contacting the EUVE\/ Science Archive (firstname.lastname@example.org; 510-642-3032). This work has been supported by NASA contract NAS5-29298.
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