- LATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY SEP 28
- SET UP YOUR DPS MEETING ITINERARY AHEAD OF TIME
- COMMUNITY WORKSHOP ON FUTURE PLANETARY OBSERVATIONS WITH THE NEW HORIZONS SPACECRAFT
- RMS NODE USERS GROUP DURING DPS MEETING
- DPS EARLY CAREER REVIEW OF MATERIALS – SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR NEXT WEEK SEPTEMBER 28 AND 29, REGISTRATION REQUIRED
- INTERNATIONAL OBSERVE THE MOON NIGHT: SATURDAY OCTOBER 1, 2022
LATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY SEP 28
The 54th meeting of the DPS is next week! The last chance to register is this Wednesday. If you have not registered, please do so here:
SET UP YOUR DPS MEETING ITINERARY AHEAD OF TIME
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COMMUNITY WORKSHOP ON FUTURE PLANETARY OBSERVATIONS WITH THE NEW HORIZONS SPACECRAFT
Workshop Date: Sunday Oct. 2
Workshop Time: 3-5 PM EDT
The New Horizons team is hosting a community workshop for creative discussion of future planetary science that may be conducted with the New Horizons spacecraft. Please join us and bring your ideas/expertise for potential planetary applications and observations! We will give an overview of the instruments and resources available, and use the remainder of the time for active brainstorming. The 2-hr workshop will be hybrid, both in-person (at the DPS conference venue) and virtual attendance will be supported. The workshop is free to attend. You do not need to be registered for the DPS meeting to attend virtually, but all participants, both in person and virtual, should fill out the separate registration form specific to this workshop at the following link: https://bit.ly/DPS_NH_22. Please contact Kelsi Singer ([email protected]) with questions.
RMS NODE USERS GROUP DURING DPS MEETING
We plan to convene the RMS Node Users Group on Tuesday, October 4, at 3:40pm Eastern = 12:40pm Pacific. This will be a hybrid meeting, taking place in person at the DPS Meeting in London ON, Canada, and also accessible via Zoom. The meeting will take up to two hours.
The PDS Ring-Moon Systems Node (RMS) hosts data and tools in which the focus is on rings, moons, and/or their primary bodies viewed as a dynamical system. Our user community includes researchers interested in icy satellite surfaces and planetary atmospheres, in addition to researchers interested in rings and other dynamical systems.
This meeting is an opportunity for friends of the PDS Ring-Moon Systems Node to hear us report on RMS Node updates and accomplishments during the past year, and for us to solicit your feedback regarding how we should proceed.
Those attending the DPS Meeting are welcome to join us in person. Please note that, although we are on the block schedule as starting at 3:30pm, we will actually start at 3:40pm in order to allow people to arrive from the plenary session that ends at 3:30pm.
For remote attendees, the Zoom coordinates and agenda will be sent by email. To be added to our list, please contact Matt Tiscareno ([email protected]).
DPS EARLY CAREER REVIEW OF MATERIALS – SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR NEXT WEEK SEPTEMBER 28 AND 29, REGISTRATION REQUIRED
In preparation for the upcoming DPS meeting, the DPS education committee is offering an opportunity for you to practice your presentation (talk or poster) before the meeting. You will be able to practice your slides/visuals as well as timing and get feedback in a constructive and welcoming environment.
These sessions are open to any presenter who would like feedback and is presenting at the 54th DPS meeting. All review sessions will be held over Zoom. The reviews will be held on Wednesday September 28 from 11amPT/12pmMT/1pmCT/2pm ET to 5pm PT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET and on Thursday September 29 from 11amPT/12pmMT/1pmCT/2pm ET for one hour.
These sessions are scheduled to allow you to make changes to your presentation before the deadline to upload your talk on September 30 https://warpspeedtech.com/aas-dps54presenter-page/.
Register for a one hour slot at https://www.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJIsdOuprDgjH1dJgoGqsBrhuKNUnr-q_aM. You will be sent a Zoom link and a reminder for your practice session. During the session, you will be asked to share your screen with your slides or poster and run through your talk or presentation. You will receive feedback from more senior members of the DPS who have volunteered to give feedback.
Please reach out to the Early Career Presenter Review Coordinator for the DPS Meeting, Christine Shupla Christine Shupla [email protected] with any questions. During the session, you may also ask other questions about attending the meeting, uploading presentations, etc.
INTERNATIONAL OBSERVE THE MOON NIGHT: SATURDAY OCTOBER 1, 2022
International Observe the Moon Night is a worldwide celebration of lunar science and exploration, celestial observation, and the cultural and personal connections we have to the Moon. Everyone, everywhere can participate. You can join by hosting or attending an event, or observing the Moon with your family, friends, or on your own.
Learn more about International Observe the Moon Night, find our program Moon Map and other resources and activities, links to livestreams of the Moon from telescopes and a NASA TV Broadcast, and register your participation on:
Raise awareness and share your experience participating on social media, tagging #ObserveTheMoon.
Send submissions to: Maria Womack, DPS Secretary ([email protected])
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