Titan Through Time IV Workshop

Greenbelt, Maryland
Monday, April 03, 2017

Town Hall Meetings

Monday April 3rd, 1-2 pm: Titan Monitoring Campaign after Cassini-Huygens.                                                       Chair G. Bjoraker et al.

Prior to Cassini-Huygens, important breakthroughs in Titan science were made using a variety of ground and space-based telescopes, including albedo and light-curve measurements small telescopes, imaging with large aperture ground-based telescopes equipped with adaptive, radio/radar, and space-based telescopes (Hubble). These breakthroughs included the first detection of surface features and clouds. The Town Hall meeting will discuss the requirements and options for a sustained ground-based campaign to monitor Titan’s changing appearance at multiple wavelengths during the interim between the end of Cassini-Huygens, and the arrival of a next-generation Titan mission in the Saturn system. Such a campaign is not only scientifically important for extending the temporal baseline of the Cassini-Huygens dataset, but also for planning new missions.

POC for Questions: Gordon.L.Bjoraker@nasa.gov

Tuesday April 4th, 1-2 pm: Cassini-Huygens Data Products. Chairs T. Ray, J.Pitesky, S. Edgington, K. Mitchell.

This TH meeting is being held to invite feedback from attendees, especially those not directly involved in the Cassini-Huygens mission, concerning the types, formats and documentation of final archive data products to maximize the utility to the planetary science community. At the start of the workshop, a survey questionnaire will be released. During the Tuesday Town Hall meeting, results of the questionnaire survey will be discussed, and further comments invited.

POC for questions: Trina.L.Ray@nasa.gov



 

Payment Instructions

  • CAPACITY NOTICE:
    Due to room capacity attendance will be limited to the FIRST 80 PEOPLE enrolled.
    CONTACT INFORMATION
    For questions concerning the Workshop please contact:
    Conor Nixon
    NASA GSFC
    conor.a.nixon@nasa.gov
    301-286-6757

    For questions concerning registration and abstract submission please contact:
    Mary Floyd
    Ingenicomm
    mfloyd@ingenicomm.com
    571-321-5315
    IMPORTANT DEADLINES:
    Abstract Submission:
       Submission Closed
    Registration for Non-US Citizens:
       Friday, February 24, 2017

    Registration for US Citizens:
       Friday, March 24, 2017

    NASA Conference Tracking System (NCTS) Number: #27498-17
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