Science at Low Frequencies VI
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We are pleased to announce the next Science At Low Frequencies (SALF) Meeting, in Tempe, AZ. Details will be posted on the meeting website as they become available.
Spurred by substantial upgrades to existing facilities and the construction of new radio telescopes, the capabilities of low frequency radio science are constantly expanding. Continually advancing technologies enable significant progress in high redshift 21-cm cosmology including the cosmic dawn and epoch of reionization, pulsar and transient science, and the understanding of planetary and exoplanetary magetospheres, radio sky surveys, space weather, and solar physics. The Science at Low Frequencies conference provides a forum for astronomers to share and discuss early science results, techniques, and technologies, as well as to plan a coordinated path forward to next generation facilities.
- September 15, 2019: Talk abstract submission closes
- December 9-11, 2019: SALF Conference
11 December 2019
Tempe campus of Arizona State University