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Review of USAF-Supported Astronomical Research: Letter Report Attachment 2 Committee Meeting Agenda Maui High Performance Computing Center, Makai Conference Room Kihei, Maui, Hawaii May 28-29, 2004 Friday, May 28, 2004 CLOSED SESSION 8:30 am Opening Thoughts Bias and Conflict of Interest Discussion OPEN SESSION 9:15 am AEOS Research Program Introduction Maj. David Byers, AFOSR 9:45 am Proposal Solicitation and Evaluation Process Dr. Andrew Clegg, NSF 10:15 am Break 10:30 am High Definition Imaging of the Exospheres of Io and Europa Dr. Michael Mendillo, Boston University 11:00 am AMOS Telescope Mission and Unique Capabilities Dr. Paul Kervin, MSSS Chief Scientist 11:30 am Discussion 12:00 pm Lunch 1:00 pm AEOS System Detailed Overview Dr. Lewis Roberts, Boeing Staff Scientist 1:45 pm Polarimetric IR Circumstellar Imaging Dr. Jeff Kuhn, University of Hawaii 2:30 pm AEOS Observations of Titan, Monitoring Titan’s Atmosphere Dr. Antonin Bouchez, Keck Observatory 3:15 pm Break 3:30 pm Computer Tomography Imaging Spectrometer with AO Dr. Keith Hege, University of Arizona 4:15 pm Diffraction-limited Coronagraph, AO Survey of Dwarf Stars in Double Star Systems Dr. James Lloyd, Caltech 5:00 pm Discussion 5:30 pm Adjourn for the Day
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Review of USAF-Supported Astronomical Research: Letter Report Saturday, May 29, 2004 CLOSED SESSION 8:30 am Reconvene Discussion OPEN SESSION 9:00 am Rapid Deep Observation of GRB Optical Counterparts Dr. Donald Smith, University of Michigan 9:45 am Faint Companion Search and Multiplicity Survey Dr. Theo ten Brummelaar, Georgia State University 10:30 am Break 10:45 am General Discussion and Responses to Questions 12:15 pm Lunch CLOSED SESSION 1:15 pm Discussion and Letter Writing 5:00 pm Adjourn
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