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Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA

Tuesday, May 6, 2003

8:15 a.m.

Introductory Remarks

Gary Zank, University of California, Riverside

Session 1: The Role of the Voyager Interstellar Missions—Convener, Edward Stone

8:30

Overview of the Voyager Spacecraft

Edward Stone, California Institute of Technology

9:00

Plasma Instrument: Voyager

Edward Stone, California Institute of Technology

9:30

Magnetic Field: Voyager

Norman Ness, Bartol Research Institute

10:00

Low Energy Charged Particles: Voyager

Tom Krimigis, Johns Hopkins University

10:30

Break

10:45

Cosmic Rays: Voyager

Alan Cummings, University of Hull

11:15

Plasma/Radio Waves: Voyager

Donald Gurnett, University of Iowa



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Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medium: A Workshop Report B Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Tuesday, May 6, 2003 8:15 a.m. Introductory Remarks Gary Zank, University of California, Riverside Session 1: The Role of the Voyager Interstellar Missions—Convener, Edward Stone 8:30 Overview of the Voyager Spacecraft Edward Stone, California Institute of Technology 9:00 Plasma Instrument: Voyager Edward Stone, California Institute of Technology 9:30 Magnetic Field: Voyager Norman Ness, Bartol Research Institute 10:00 Low Energy Charged Particles: Voyager Tom Krimigis, Johns Hopkins University 10:30 Break 10:45 Cosmic Rays: Voyager Alan Cummings, University of Hull 11:15 Plasma/Radio Waves: Voyager Donald Gurnett, University of Iowa

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Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medium: A Workshop Report Session 2: The Role of Theory—Conveners, Gary Zank and Frank McDonald 11:45 Overview: Theory Gary Zank, University of California, Riverside 12:15 p.m. Lunch 1:15 Cosmic Rays: Theory J. Randy Jokipii, University of Arizona 1:45 Particle Injection and Acceleration at the TS: Theory Jakobus le Roux, University of California, Riverside 2:15 ISM: Theory Priscilla C. Frisch, University of Chicago 2:45 Break 3:00 Neutral Atoms, Heavy Ions: Theory Hans-Reinhard Müller, Bartol Research Institute 3:30 Magnetic Structure in the Heliosheath: Theory Paulett Liewer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Session 3: Imaging of Heliospheric Boundaries—Conveners, Len Fisk and Thomas Zurbuchen 4:00 Microstructure of the Termination Shock: Theory Joe Giacalone, University of Arizona 4:30 Non-Standard Models of the Heliospheric Interface Vladimir Florinski, University of California, Riverside 5:00 Break 5:30 Reception Wednesday, May 7, 2003 Session 3: Imaging of Heliospheric Boundaries—Conveners, Len Fisk and Thomas Zurbuchen (Cont’d) 8:30 a.m. PUIs + Superthermal Ions Len Fisk, University of Michigan 9:00 Low Energy Neutral Atoms + Superthermal Ions Eberhard Moebius, University of New Hampshire

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Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medium: A Workshop Report 9:30 EUV Backscatter Observations John Vallerga, University of California, Berkeley 10:00 Break 10:15 X-ray Imaging Tom Cravens, University of Kansas 10:45 Lyman-alpha Absorption Brian Wood, Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics 11:15 3D Solar Wind Mapping in EUV Michael Gruntman, University of Southern California 11:45 HENA/IMAGE Emission from the TS Michael Gruntman, University of Southern California 12:00 noon Lunch Session 4: Interstellar Probe—Conveners, Richard Mewaldt and Herb Funsten 1:00 p.m. Science Objectives: Outer Heliospheric Missions Richard Mewaldt, California Institute of Technology 1:30 Outer Solar System Science Renu Malhotra, University of Arizona 1:50 Mission Design Issues Juan Ayon, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2:10 Nuclear-Electric Propulsion Garry Burdick, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2:30 The Solar Probe Approach to ISP Ralph McNutt, Johns Hopkins University 2:50 Break 3:10 NASA and the Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Local ISM Eric Christian, NASA Headquarters 3:30 Solar Sail Propulsion Juan Ayon, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 5:00 Adjourn

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Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Local Interstellar Medium: A Workshop Report PARTICIPANTS Juan Ayon, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory James Burch, Southwest Research Institute Garry Burdick, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Anthony Chan, Rice University Peter Chi, University of California, Los Angeles Eric Christian, NASA Headquarters Tom Cravens, University of Kansas Alan Cummings, University of Hull Janine L. Daughters, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Len Fisk, University of Michigan Vladimir Florinski, University of California, Riverside Priscilla C. Frisch, University of Chicago Herb Funsten, Los Alamos National Laboratory Joe Giacalone, University of Arizona Michael Gruntman, University of Southern California Donald Gurnett, University of Iowa J. Randy Jokipii, University of Arizona Edisher Kaghashvili, University of California, Riverside Craig Kletzing, University of Iowa Tom Krimigis, Johns Hopkins University William Kurth, University of Iowa Jakobus le Roux, University of California, Riverside William S. Lewis, Southwest Research Institute Gang Li, University of California, Riverside Paulett Liewer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Renu Malhotra, University of Arizona Frank McDonald, University of Maryland Ralph McNutt, Johns Hopkins University Richard Mewaldt, California Institute of Technology Eberhard Möbius, University of New Hampshire Hans-Reinhard Müller, Bartol Research Institute Norman Ness, Bartol Research Institute Erik Nilsen, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Merav Opher, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory James Randolph, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Dastgeer Shaikh, University of California, Riverside Edward Stone, California Institute of Technology John Vallerga, University of California, Berkeley Olga P. Verkhoglyadova, University of California, Riverside Gary Webb, University of California, Riverside Brian Wood, Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics Gary Zank, University of California, Riverside Thomas Zurbuchen, University of Michigan