Presentations from the 2020 CubeSat workshop at AAS

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Session I: Introduction / Astronomy CubeSats in Orbit 

Russ Genet (Cal Poly) and Mary Knapp (MIT), Call to Order and Announcements

Michael Garcia, Science Mission Directorate NASA Headquarters, NASA Astrophysics

CubeSats and SmallSats: Current and Future Prospects

Vanessa Bailey, Jet Propulsion Lab 

Arcsecond Space Telescope Enabling Research in Astrophysics (ASTERIA)

Chistopher Moore, Harvard-Smithsonian CfA 

The Miniature X-ray Solar Spectrometer (MinXSS) CubeSats

Jeremy Perkins, NASA Goddard SFC,

BurstCube: A CubeSat for Gravitational Wave Counterparts

Session II: Astronomy CubeSats Under Development 

Kevin France, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder

The Colorado Ultraviolet Transit Experiment (CUTE): Exploring Extreme Exoplanets

Joshua Gundersen, University of Miami

COSMMIC - CO Surveyor using a MMIC Low Noise Receiver on a CubeSat

Paul Scowen, Arizona State University

Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat (SPARCS)

Mary Knapp, MIT Haystack Observatory

Low Frequency Radio Observations

Daniel LaRocca, University of Iowa

HaloSat: Searching for a Hot Baryon Gas Galactic Halo

Session III: Future Expansion to Student and Citizen Science Research 

Russell Genet, California Polytechnic State University

Robotic Telescopes and Student Research

Beatrice Millar, Stanford Online High School

Looking for Pulsars with the Pulsar Search Collaboratory

Rachel Freed, Institute for Student Astronomical Research

Student Astronomical Research - Filling the Void with CubeSats

Jonathan Arenberg, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems 

Stella Splendida: Building the science and engineering workforce of the 21st Century

Marc Kuchner, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 

Building the NASA Citizen Science Community

Robert Zellem, JPL, Quinn Perian and Sujay Nair, Stanford Online High School

Exoplanet Transit Timing Initiative

Session IV: Future Advances in CubeSat Telescope Technology 

Rashied Amini, Jet Propulsion Lab 

Making CubeSats Autonomous - the Easy Way

Gurmehar Sing, Stanford Online High School

CubeSat Interferometry Array

Duncan Farrah

Extending CubeSat telescopes into the infrared

David Allred, Brigham Young University

Mirror coatings for EUV and soft X-Ray imaging

Institute for Student Astronomical Research (InStAR)
Rachel Freed

Email: r.freed2010@gmail.com   Phone: 707-326-8310

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