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Join Us for "Low Radio Frequency Observations from Space"

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 13:00

NESS logoThe 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.

For more information, including our stellar cast of invited speakers, download our PDF flyer or visit the NESS website.

Jack O. Burns
University of Colorado, Boulder
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