Special Session 2

Astronomy in Antarctica

and

Future Visions for Antarctic Astronomy

UNSW

18th July 2003

IAU XXV GA | General Info | Conference Program | Poster Papers | Submitting Contributions | Future Visions for Antarctic Astronomy Meeting


Oral Presentations

Time
IAU Number
Type
Subject
Speaker
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09:00 - 10:30    
Overview of Antarctic Astronomy
     
Introductory Remarks
SOC
IAU01205
Rev
The potential for astronomy in Antarctica
Michael Burton
IAU02293
Rev
Photonastronomy from Antarctica
Jim Jackson
IAU02270
Rev
Particle astronomy from Antarctica
Per-Olof Hulth
IAU01232
P
The 23 November 2003 Total Solar Eclipse in Antarctica
Jay Pasachoff
11:00 - 12:30
Infrared and Sub-millimetre Astronomy
IAU01451
Res
Site testing and automation
Michael Ashley
IAU02502
Res
MM site testing at Dome C: Results and Plans
Luca Valenziano
IAU01331
Res
Results from the South Pole InfraRed EXplorer Telescope
Jill Rathborne and Michael Burton
IAU01301
Res
The AST/RO survey of the Galactic Center region
Tony Stark
IAU01975
Res
Sub-mm Opacity and Stability at the South Pole
Jeff Peterson
13:00 - 13:45
Live tele-conference with South Pole Station
14:00-15:30
CMBR and High Energy Astrophysics
IAU02440
Res
Balloon-borne CMBR results from Antarctica
Paolo de Bernardis
IAU02242
Res
DASI and future ice-based CMB observations
John Carlstrom + John Kovac
IAU02329
Res
Antarctic cosmic ray astronomy
Marc Duldig
IAU01207
P
Prospects for Antarctic balloon-borne neutrino astronomy
Francis Halzen + Peter Gorham
IAU02075
Res
The South Pole Astrophysical Observatory research activities
Vladimir Papitashvili
IAU02377
Res
Concordia Station at Dome C: a site for astronomical research
Maurizio Candidi +
Attilio Ferrari
16:00-17:30
The Future of Astronomy in Antarctica
IAU02181
P
The South Pole exoplanet transit search
Doug Caldwell
P
French astronomy at dome C
Eric Fossat
IAU02240
P
The 8m South Pole Telescope (SPT)
John Carlstrom
IAU02338
P
IRAIT: a facilty for IR astronomy at Dome C
Gino Tosti
IAU02469
P
ICECUBE: A Kilometre-Scale Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole
Francis Halzen
IAU02044
P
Beyond Dome C
John Storey, Michael Ashley, Michael Burton and Jon Lawrence
Key Talk Type:
Rev: Review
P: Plans
Res: Results

UNSW | School of Physics | Department of Astrophysics and Optics | Astronomy in Antarctica


 
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