AAS Special Session Madison
Monday, June 10, 1996, 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Program for the S.O.N.G. Special Session
at the Madison Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
2:00 - 3:30 PM, 10 June 1996
2:00-2:20 Pierre Demarque "What can we learn from astero-
seismology of solar type stars?"
2:20-2:40 Tim Brown "Where do we stand?"
2:40-3:00 Sam Barden "Instrumentation, protocols, and
3:00-3:30 Panel Discussion "How do we make it happen?"
The goals of this Special Session at the Madison AAS meeting are
Our goal is to organize a new project and to invite the
stellar physics community to participate. This organizational meeting
is planned by a steering committee. This
particular AAS meeting is appropriate because meetings of the Solar
Physics Division of the AAS and of the GONG Project will also take
place in conjunction with the Madison meeting. Many of the
astronomers who are interested in asteroseismology will already be
attending the Madison meeting.
- to inform the community about the project and to invite participation
- to establish a framework for further discussions leading to a better
understanding of what observational approach, what instrumentation,
and what facilities might most fruitfully be applied.
Last change: April 12, 1996