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Upcoming National Radio Science Meeting: USNC-URSI 2014 National Radio Science Meeting : January 8-10 in Boulder, CO
Go to www.nrsmboulder.org for abstract submission. Commission J Tentative Topics Hydrogen Based Cosmology Co-Chairs: TBD; Wide Field Imaging and Power Spectrum Measurements Co-Chairs: TBD; Radio Astronomy from Space Chair: Joe Lazio; Co-Chair: TBD New Telescopes, Techniques, and Observations Chair: Dave DeBoer; Co-Chair: Rich Bradley Timely Technical Tutorials Chair: Rich Bradley; Co-Chair: Dave DeBoer There are ten 20 minute talks per each regular session and four 40 minute tutorials. We will also have our keynote presentation, Lessons from History, to be given by Dr. Jim Moran (CfA).

                                                                  
Radio Science BannerRadio Science, a fully refereed journal published by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and cosponsored by URSI, carries original scientific contributions on all aspects of electromagnetic phenomena related to physical problems. These contributions can include propagation through and interaction of electromagnetic waves with geophysical media, biological media, plasmas, and man-made structures. Coverage includes, but is not limited to, the application of electromagnetic techniques to radio astronomy, the ionosphere, remote sensing of the Earth and its environment, telecommunications, and signals and systems. All frequencies (including optical) are considered.


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