Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 13:05:22 -0500
Subject: DPS Mailing #06-25:  DPS Pasadena Meeting Reminders...
Greetings, DPS members,
  1)  DPS Pasadena Meeting Reminders
  2)  Upcoming Workshops and Meetings
The final program and the daily session schedule are available at the 
meeting website,
The deadlines for early meeting pre-registration, hotel booking, and 
late abstract submission are all September 8.  Further details can be 
found on the meeting website.
1)  DPS Workshop:  Observations in Support of the New Horizons Jupiter 
The New Horizons spacecraft will fly past Jupiter on February 28th 2007, 
conducting an extensive series of observations of the Jupiter system.  
There are many ways in which ground-based observations, or observations 
by other spacecraft, can complement the New Horizons observations.  
Leslie Young and I are organizing a lunchtime workshop at the DPS 
meeting, on Thursday October 12th, to discuss support observations, but 
time on most telescopes should be requested before then (most 
relevant groundbased telescope deadlines are at the beginning of 
September or October).  Please see for more 
information, including a detailed description of the New Horizons flyby 
and observation plans, and contact me (spencer @ if 
you are interested in coordinating ground-based observations.
2)  AGU session IN16: Technology and Application of Sensor Webs in
Earth and Space Science at the Fall AGU meeting in San Francisco, CA 
on 11-15 December 2006
This is a great opportunity to present your work and experience involving
sensor webs to a wide audience of Earth and Space scientists. Please follow
the AGU web link below to find out more details on the session:
Please note that the submission deadline is 7 September 2006.
To submit your abstract, follow the link from the AGU Fall Meeting 
web site at:
Michael Goodman
256 961 7890 voice
Send submissions (no attachments, please) to:
Linda French Emmons, DPS Secretary (lfrench @
Department of Physics
Illinois Wesleyan University
P. O. Box 2900
Bloomington, IL 61702