Join Us for "Low Radio Frequency Observations from Space"
The space environment, particularly the farside of the Moon, will further open a window to the low-radio-frequency universe. The Network for Exploration and Space Science (NESS) at the University of Colorado, Boulder, has organized a multisession Meeting-in-a-Meeting on this topic during the 232nd AAS meeting to be held 3-7 June 2018 in Denver. We encourage you to join us!
We'll have three sessions:
1. Low Frequency Radio Heliophysics from Space (Tue., 5 June, afternoon)
Radio cubesats and space-based arrays will investigate the impacts of the Sun's activity, interplanetary plasmas, and interstellar inputs on the energetic particle and dust environment in the inner solar system.
2. Magnetospheres & Space Weather Environments of Extrasolar Planets (Wed., 6 June, morning)
Low frequency radio arrays will probe extrasolar space weather and detect magnetospheres of potentially habitable planets.
3. Redshifted 21-cm Hydrogen Cosmology from Space (Wed., 6 June, afternoon)
Hydrogen cosmology with single antennas (monopole) or arrays (power spectrum) will open a new window into Cosmic Dawn.