AAS 202nd Meeting, May 2003
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Session 38 Robotic Astronomical Observatories

Topical Oral, Wednesday, May 28, 2003, 8:30-10:00am and 10:45am-12:30pm, 209/210

38.01 Science Results and Expansion Plans for the Global Network of Astronomical Telescopes (GNAT)
E.R. Craine (WRC/GNAT)
38.02 Twelve Years of Monitoring CVs with RoboScope
R. K. Honeycutt (Indiana University)
38.03 The MAGNUM (Multicolor Active Galactic NUclei Monitoring) Project
Y. Yoshii (Institute of Astronomy, University of Tokyo), Y. Kobayashi (National Astronomical Observatory, Japan), T. Minezaki (Institute of Astronomy, University of Tokyo)
38.04 The Search for Optical and NIR Counterparts of GRBs with the Super-LOTIS Telescope
G. G. Williams (MMTO), H. S. Park (LLNL), S. Barthelmy (NASA/GSFC), D. Hartmann, K. Lindsay (Clemson U.), M. Bradshaw (U. of Arizona)
38.05 The Robotic KAIT and its SN/GRB Program
W. Li, A. V. Filippenko, R. Chornock, S. Jha (University of California, Berkeley)
38.06 Building and operating the Automated Telescope Array for the Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey (TAOS)
S. Marshall, K. Cook, R. Porrata (LLNL), C. Alcock, R. Dave, J. Giammarco, M. Lehner (UPenn), W.-P. Chen (NCU), T. Lee, S.-K. King, A. Wang, S.-Y. Wang, C.-Y. Wen (ASIAA), Y.-I. Byun (Yonsei), I. de Pater, C. Liang, J. Rice (UC Berkeley), J. Lissauer (ARC)
38.07 The Iowa Robotic Telescope Facility: Lessons from Five Years of Robotic Telescope Operation
R. L. Mutel (University of Iowa)
38.08 The TSU 2-m Automatic Spectroscopic Telescope: Capabilities and Experience
J. A. Eaton (Tennessee State University)
38.09 Running MONET and SALT with Remote Telescope Markup Language 3.0
F.V. Hessman (Universitäts-Sternwarte Göttingen), E. Romero (South African Astronomical Observatory)
38.10 Networking Robotic Telescopes
J.R. Mattox (Francis Marion University)
38.11 Robotic Observatory System Design-Specification Considerations for Achieving Long-Term Sustainable Precision Performance
J. D. Wray (SciTech Astronomical Research)
38.12 The ACE multi-user web-based Robotic Observatory Control System
P. Mack (Astronomical Consultants & Equipment, Inc.)
38.13 TTL robotic telescopes and Robonet: new possibilities for robotic astronomical observatories
C. Moss (Telescope Technologies Limited, Liverpool John Moores University.)

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