[SatNews] The Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies Conference 2014 (AMOS) has just released information regarding their technical program for their upcoming event.
Lt. Gen. John Hyten, current AFSPC/CV and incoming Commander of AFSPC, will deliver the opening Keynote Address. More than 100 technical papers will be presented over the three-days. Click here to download a copy.
- JAC Software, Solving Conjunction Assessment Issues, Francois Laporte, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES)
- Orbit Determination Analysis for a Joint UK-Australian Space Surveillance Experiment, Mark Rutten, Defence Science and Technology Organisation
- Validation of Accuracy and Efficiency of Long-Arc Orbit Propagation Using the Method of Manufactured Solutions and the Round-Trip-Closure Method, Robyn Woollands, Texas A&M University
- The Case for GEO Hosted SSA Payloads, Carol Welsch, Orbital Sciences Corp.
- Bi-static Optical Observations of GEO Objects, Patrick Seitzer, University of Michigan Astronomy
- A Wavefront Sensor to Detect Dim Objects, Mala Mateen, Air Force Research Laboratory
- The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope: A project update, Thomas Rimmele, National Solar Observatory
- Propagation of Forecast Errors from the Sun to LEO Trajectories: How Does Drag Uncertainty Affect Conjunction Frequency?, John Emmert, Naval Research Laboratory
- Image Stacking Techniques for GEO Satellites, Grant Privett, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
- Next Generation Space Surveillance System-of-Systems, Bill McShane, Lockheed Martin
- Follow-up Observatory for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Objects with a Detection Algorithm Using Streaks, Makoto Tagawa, Kyushu University
Take advantage of the early conference rate by registering prior to July 15th. Military, students, and international participants receive a discounted rate. Click here for registration details.