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By SpaceRef Editor
December 27, 2021
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January 2022 AAS Special Session, titled Astrophysics Science Smallsat Studies, Results 

SESSION DATE:  Monday, January 10, 2022

SESSION TIME: 12:30 PM – 4:00 PM  (Mountain time!)  EST is 2:30PM-6:00PM

With the announcement that the AAS is canceling the January 2022 Salt Lake City (SLC) meeting, we are switching attendance for our special session to 100% virtual.  All are invited to attend, please feel free to forward this invite to anyone you think may be interested. Attendance is via the WebEx link below.  Talks will be 20 minutes with 5 minutes Q/A. Please feel free to put questions in the chat and we will attempt to read them in the order they appear.

Agenda is as follows: 

Mountain Time, local at SLC

12:30-12:55 Asantha Cooray: MISE, The Mid-Infrared Sky Explorer

12:55-1:20 Derek Buzasi: MAGIC, The Massive star AsteroseismoloGy Instrument Cubesat

1:20-1:45   Jeremy Drake: NExtUP, The Normal-incidence Extreme Ultraviolet Photometer

1:45-2:10   Baroujan Gorjian: BHAGERA, The Black Hole Accretion and Growth Experiment with Reverberation Analysis

2:10-2:20   10 min Break


2:20-2:45   Michelle Hui: MoonBEAM, A Beyond Earth-orbit Gamma-ray Burst Detector for Multi-Messenger Astronomy

2:45-3:10   Eliad Peretz: ORCAS,  The Orbiting Configurable Artificial Star.

3:10-3:35   Herman Marshall: GOSoX, The Globe Orbiting Soft X-ray Polarimeter

3:35-4:00   Sara Seager: A Constellation of Small Satellites to Search for a Transiting Earth-Size Planet in an Earth-like Orbit about a Bright Sun-Like Star

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