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When
11-14 Dec 2015
Starting 08:00 am
Where
London, UK
Meeting Room, from The Shark

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Energistically optimize multifunctional portals without revolutionary channels. Monotonectally network leveraged methodologies with cost effective ideas. Dramatically leverage existing client-centric experiences with flexible initiatives. Phosfluorescently cultivate clicks-and-mortar leadership skills through maintainable value. Continually enhance user friendly methodologies before standards compliant methodologies.

Dramatically leverage existing client-centric experiences with flexible initiatives. Phosfluorescently cultivate clicks-and-mortar leadership skills through maintainable value. Continually enhance user friendly methodologies before.

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Phosfluorescently reintermediate multimedia based content rather than excellent processes. Collaboratively synergize future-proof bandwidth rather than 24/7 web services.

Phosfluorescently reintermediate multimedia based content rather than excellent processes. Collaboratively synergize future-proof bandwidth rather than 24/7 web services.

Phosfluorescently reintermediate multimedia based content rather than excellent processes. Collaboratively synergize future-proof bandwidth rather than 24/7 web services.

Phosfluorescently reintermediate multimedia based content rather than excellent processes. Collaboratively synergize future-proof bandwidth rather than 24/7 web services.

Phosfluorescently reintermediate multimedia based content rather than excellent processes. Collaboratively synergize future-proof bandwidth rather than 24/7 web services.

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Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Social Event
Social Event

Monday – Tour

  17:30 start
Street Art Tour 2.5 hours in duration, street artist tour guides through the streets and alleyways of Melbourne, VIP tour of the studios, drinks and refreshment at the end of the tour (beer/wine/soft drinks, cheese platter, assorted dip) Begins at 5:30 at the ACMI sign next to beer deluxe. Meeting Point: ACMI (the block letter […]
Krystal De Napoli
Krystal De Napoli

Tuesday – Social Event & Lecture – Krystal De Napoli

  18:00 start
A research student in astronomy at Monash University and Kamilaroi woman, Krystal will describe the ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people encoded vast wealth of astronomical knowledge into their oral traditions. She will recount a few exciting discoveries made thousands of years before modern science, and explain traditional uses for the night’s […]
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Wednesday – Conference Dinner

  from 17:30
Let us eat, drink and be merry, to celebrate new collaborations! Location: Nymphaea Lake West, Royal Botanic Gardens Time: from 5:30pm
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Monday – Lunch

  12:00 - 13:00
Get together with some new colleagues and recharge!
Alexander Obradovic
Alexander Obradovic

Session 2a – Duncan Galloway

  14:10 - 14:25
The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer and it’s role in astronomy education
Food, Glorious Food!
Food, Glorious Food!

Tuesday – Lunch

  12:15 - 13:05
More new colleagues, some old colleagues, let’s us discuss over some food!
Rob Hollow
Rob Hollow

Session 7b – Rob Hollow

  16:00 - 16:15
Lowering the wavelength – advantages and opportunities with radio astronomy in the classroom
Rachel Freed
Rachel Freed

Session 7c – Rachel Freed

  16:15 - 16:30
Astronomy Research Experiences for Teachers and Students – Instruments to Measure Self-Efficacy
Tim Jones
Tim Jones

Session 7d – Tim Jones

  16:30 - 16:45
A new distance estimate to RX Eri and a teachers’ first experience at astronomy research
Carolyn Brown
Carolyn Brown

Session 7e – Carolyn Brown

  16:45 - 17:00
USQ’s Astronomy for Schools and Community Groups Program – Engaging the Southern Queensland Region for Over 20 Years
Kate Meredith
Kate Meredith

Keynote – Kate Meredith

  09:15 - 10:15
Afterglow Access – The Redesign of Image Processing Software to Provide Greater Access to Astronomical Data for Persons With Blindness and Low Vision Through the Methods of User-Centered Design
Urban Eriksson
Urban Eriksson

Session 8b – Urban Eriksson

  10:25 - 10:40
What do students see when they see an astronomical image? Not what a scientist might expect (or see)!
David Morris
David Morris

Session 9b – David Morris

  11:55 - 12:10
The University of the Virgin Islands B.S. in Physics: A Robotic Telescope Project That Became a Physics Degree Program

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  • DATE

    December 18-21,2014
  • LOCATION

    San Francisco, Usa
  • REMAINING

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