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InfraRed Science Interest Group (IR SIG)

IR STIG “AAS” Winter Meeting: Dawn of a New Decade in IR Astrophysics

Tuesday, January 4, 2022 | 1:00 P.M.–3:00 P.M. EST | Webinar

Agenda

IRSTIG1:00 PMIntroduction and Welcome [PDF]
Rachel Osten1:05 PMImpressions of the Decadal Review [PDF]
Jorge L. Pineda1:15 PMThe Astrophysics Stratospheric Telescope for High Spectral Resolution Observations at Submillimeter-wavelengths, ASTHROS [PDF]
Carrie Volpert1:23 PMAn Update on the Experiment  for Cryogenic Large- Aperture Intensity Mapping  (EXCLAIM): an instrument advancing line-intensity-mapping techniques, and the use of KID-based microwave spectrometers. [PDF]
Jason Glenn1:31 PMScience, Required Technology, and Scope of a Probe-Class Far-Infrared Observatory [PDF]
Serena Tramm1:39 PMThe Cosmic Infrared Background ExpeRiment-2: First Flight Status Report [PDF]
Margaret Meixner1:47 PMSOFIA Supporting the IR/FIR Community [PDF]
Edward L Wright1:55 PMThe Near Earth Object Surveyor [PDF]
Sunil Golwala2:03 PMThe Leighton Chajantor Telescope
Kathleen Kraemer2:11 PMIRB: The Infrared Balloon Payload for High-Accuracy, High-Precision Photometry [PDF]
Elizabeth Tarantino2:19 PModeling Ionized Gas at Low Metallicities: The Wolf-Rayet Emission Nebula N76 [PDF]
Christopher K. Walker2:27 PMOrbiting Astronomical Telescope for Investigating Stellar Systems: OASIS
Paul Goldsmith2:35 PMThe GUSTO Balloon Mission [PDF]
Andrey Baryshev2:43 PMMillimetron Space Mission [PDF]
IRSTIG2:51 PMOpen Discussion & Adjourn


Meeting Connect Information

Tuesday, January 4, 2022
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