The Role of Small Telescopes in Modern Astronomy

October 14-October 15, 1996

Poster Papers

  • Asteroid Physical Studies with Small Telescopes, Richard Binzel (MIT)
  • Monitoring T Tauri Stars and Supernovae with a 0.6 m Telescope on the Wesleyan CampusBill Herbst (Wesleyan University)
  • Research and Education through Eastern US Skies: Astronomy at ASU's Dark Sky Observatory, Dan Caton (Appalachian State University)
  • New Developments for the Automatic Imaging Telescope, Don Epand (Fairborn Observatory)
  • Finding Variables with Small TelescopesArne Henden (USRA/USNO)
  • Research and Education in Solar and Stellar Variability with Lowell's 1.1-m Telescope, Jeff Hall (Lowell Observatory)
  • Variable Star Research at Behlen Observatory, Edward G. Schmidt (University of Nebraska)
  • Scheduling Telescopes Automatically, Will Edgington (NASA Ames)
  • The USNO Red-Lens Astrometric SurveyMarvin E. Germain (USNO)
  • Occultation Prediction Astrometry, Edward Dunham (Lowell Observatory)
  • The Use of Small Telescopes for Physical Observations of Solar System Objects, Marc W. Buie (Lowell Observatory)
  • LONEOS, Edward Bowell (Lowell Observatory)
  • A Survey of Small Telescopes in the Western United States, Robert L. Millis (Lowell Observatory)
  • Eclipsing Binary Research and Education at Baker ObservatoryGeorge Wolf (Baker Observatory)
  • The SARA 0.9-m Telescope at Kitt Peak, Michael Castelaz (East Tennessee State University)
  • Void Cosmology Using the 24/36" Burrell Schmidt TelescopeJ. Ward Moody (Brigham Young University)
  • Monitoring Quasar Variability with the Lowell/NURO 31" Telescope, David Shaffer (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
  • Small Telescopes at McDonald Observatory: Two NichesTom Barnes (McDonald Observatory/University of Texas)
  • The Iowa Robotic Observatory, Robert Mutel (University of Iowa)
  • A Program of Photometric CCD Study of Mira-Type and SR Variables, Werner Scharlach
  • A New 50-inch Telescope at USNO, Hugh Harris (U. S. Naval Observatory, Flagstaff Station)
  • Photometry with the Four-College Automatic Telescope: Secular Changes in Short-Period CP Stars, Diane Pyper Smith (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
  • The Hands-On Universe: An Active Science and Technology Education and Research Program, Susana Deustua (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)