Didymos Observer Workshop--Schedule
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Tuesday June 19
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"Observations of Near-Earth Asteroids"; Chair: S. Naidu
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9:00-9:30Birlan
Surveillance and opportunities for observing Near-Earth Objects
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9:30-10:00Husarik
Recent observations of 3200 Phaethon and 1981 Midas
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10:00-10:30Galiazzo
Photometry of 2002 GZ32 and 2012 DR30
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10:30-11:00Break
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11:00-11:30Moskovitz
NEO Lightcurves from the Mission Accessible Near-Earth Object Survey (MANOS)
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11:30-12:00Rozitis
Thermal inertia of binary near-Earth asteroids
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12:00-12:30Discussion
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12:30-1:30Lunch
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"Results from Past Observations of Didymos"; Chair: C. Snodgrass
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1:30-2:00Pravec
Photometric observations of Didymos in 2003–2017, and outlook for observations in 2019 and beyond
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2:00-2:30Scheirich
Determination of the orbit of Didymoon from past and future photometric observations
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2:30-3:00Naidu
Ground-Based Radar Observations of 65803 Didymos
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3:00-3:30Break
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3:30-4:00 Thomas-Osip
Lessons learned from Gemini observations of Didymos mutual events in 2017
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4:00-5:00Discussion
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Wednesday June 20
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"Ground-based Telescopes"; Chair: P. Scheirich
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8:30-9:00Foglia Manzillo
TIRI: a multi-purpose Thermal InfraRed payload for asteroid observation
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9:00-9:30Rozek
The Thermal Response of Asteroid Surfaces: Results from ESO Large Programme
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9:30-10:00Jehn
Status and Predicted Performance of ESA’s Flyeye Telescope
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10:00-10:30Taylor
Status and Future of Arecibo Observatory
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10:30-11:00Break
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11:00-11:30Lister
NEOexchange: A Target and Observation Manager For NEO Follow-up and Characterization
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11:30-12:00Discussion
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12:00-1:00Lunch
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"DART, Hera, and Future Observations"; Chair: P. Abell
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1:00-1:30Carnelli
The European Contribution to the Asteroid Impact And Deflection Assessment mission: Hera
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1:30-2:00Rivkin
The Double Asteroid Redirection Test: Summary and Preliminary Observing Plans
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2:00-2:30Snodgrass
Planning for 2022: lessons learned from the Rosetta 67P observing
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2:30-3:00Break
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3:00-3:30Thomas
Future Didymos Observing Strategy
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3:30-4:00 Green
Potential for thermal IR detection of dust plume from DART impact on Didymos
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4:00-5:00Discussion
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Thursday June 21
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"Space-based Assets"; Chair: C. Thomas
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9:00-9:30Abell
The Hayabusa2 Sample Return Mission and its Small Carry-on Impactor Experiment
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9:30-10:00Kohout
Asteroid Spectral Imaging Mission (ASPECT) CubeSat to characterize asteroid surfaces
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10:00-10:30Break
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10:30-12:00
Final Discussion
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