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  • Fermi Large Area Telescope
    goal for mission operations is 10 years The Fermi LAT instrument collaboration is an international effort funded by agencies in several countries The LAT is an imaging high energy gamma ray telescope covering the energy range from about 20 MeV to more than 300 GeV Such gamma rays are emitted only in the most extreme conditions by particles moving very nearly at the speed of light The LAT s field of view covers about 20 of the sky at any time and it scans continuously covering the whole sky every three hours Currently the LAT scientific collaboration includes more than 400 scientists and students at more than 90 universities and laboratories in 12 countries The collaboration has published papers on pulsars active galactic nuclei globular clusters cosmic ray electrons gamma ray bursts binary stars supernova remnants diffuse gamma ray sources and other subjects Data from the LAT are available to the public along with standard analysis software from NASA s Fermi Science Support Center For general questions about Fermi Fermi science or Fermi classroom materials please contact Fermi Answers Latest results The most recent publications from the LAT collaboration Recent preprints based on LAT results Recent refereed papers related to

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  • The Fermi mission

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  • Fermi Large Area Telescope Instrument
    shows more details of the instrument s design The 18 tungsten converter layers and 16 dual silicon tracker planes are stacked in 16 modular towers 37 cm square and 66 cm tall Each of the 16 calorimeter modules consists of 96 long narrow CsI scintillators stacked in 8 layers alternating in orientation so that the location and spread of the deposited energy can be determined The plastic anticoincidence scintillator around the outside is made of 89 individual sections so that it can distinguish charged particles coming from the direction of the incident gamma ray and ignore others A sophisticated flexible data acquisition system combines information from all the components to decide when a likely gamma ray has been detected and to choose what information to send to the ground The upper part of the instrument is wrapped in a multilayer blanket which provides thermal insulation and protects from micrometeoroids and debris The LAT is 0 72 m deep and 1 8 m square Its total mass is 2789 kg It uses 650 W of electric power Calibration and Performance Parts of the instrument were calibrated in particle beams at CERN SLAC and GSI but it was not possible to test the whole instrument with realistic gamma ray and proton beams The calibration relies on a detailed Monte Carlo simulation of all the instrument s components The simulation software was refined until its predictions agreed with the results obtained from beam tests and cosmic ray muons The performance of a gamma ray telescope can be characterized by its effective area field of view and angular resolution The field of view is very wide with useful response out to about 60 from the instrument axis covering about 20 of the sky The angular resolution depends on the gamma ray s energy its

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  • NASA web sites
    NASA links Home Mission Instrument Institutions Publications NASA Pictures Internal NASA web sites NASA s official Fermi site Fermi mission site Fermi Science Support Center Fermi Education and Public Outreach

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  • Fermi pictures
    floods the edges of field the high intensity yellow ring tracing Earth s limb Gamma ray sources in the sky along the relatively faint Milky Way stretch diagonally across the middle Launched June 11 2008 to explore the high energy Universe this week Fermi celebrated its 2 000th day in low Earth orbit This was NASA s Astronomy Picture of the Day APOD for December 06 2013 Exploring the cosmos at extreme energies the Fermi Gamma ray Space Telescope orbits planet Earth every 95 minutes By design it rocks to the north and then to the south on alternate orbits in order to survey the sky with its Large Area Telescope LAT The spacecraft also rolls so that solar panels are kept pointed at the Sun for power and the axis of its orbit precesses like a top making a complete rotation once every 54 days As a result of these multiple cycles the paths of gamma ray sources trace out complex patterns from the spacecraft s perspective like this mesmerising plot of the path of the Vela Pulsar Centered on the LAT instrument s field of view the plot spans 180 degrees and follows Vela s position from August 2008 through August 2010 The concentration near the center shows that Vela was in the sensitive region of the LAT field during much of that period Born in the death explosion of a massive star within our Milky Way galaxy the Vela Pulsar is a neutron star spinning 11 times a second seen as the brightest persistent source in the gamma ray sky This was NASA s Astronomy Picture of the Day APOD for May 04 2012 What shines in the gamma ray sky The answer is usually the most exotic and energetic of astrophysical environments like active galaxies powered

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  • Upcoming Scientific Conferences of Interest to Fermi LAT Scientists
    Conference ICRC The Hague The Netherlands 2015 Jul 30 Aug 6 Mar 19 34th International Cosmic Ray Conference ICRC 2015 The Hague The Netherlands 2015 Jul 30 Aug 6 Mar 19 LISHEP 2015 The International Conference of High Energy Physics On a River of Discovery Manaus Brazil 2015 Aug 2 Aug 9 Jul 15 XXIX IAU General Assembly Hawaii Honolulu HI 2015 Aug 3 Aug 14 Mar 15 2015 Meeting of the APS Division of Particles and Fields DPF 2015 Ann Arbor MI 2015 Aug 4 Aug 8 May 15 43rd SLAC Summer Institute SSI 2015 Menlo Park CA 2015 Aug 10 Aug 21 Rencontres du Vietnam on Cosmology Quy Nhon Vietnam 2015 Aug 16 Aug 22 Jul 15 XXVII International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies Ljubljana Slovenia 2015 Aug 17 Aug 22 May 5 17th Lomonosov Conference on Elementary Particle Physics Moscow Russia 2015 Aug 20 Aug 26 Mar 1 4th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics ICNFP2015 Crete Greece 2015 Aug 23 Aug 30 Jun 15 MIAPP 2015 Workshop The many faces of neutron stars Garching Germany 2015 Aug 24 Sep 18 Nov 23 The Future of Research on Cosmic Gamma Rays La Palma Canary Islands 2015 Aug 26 Aug 29 XIV International Conference on Topics in Astroparticle and Underground Physics TAUP 2015 Torino Italy 2015 Sep 7 Sep 11 Cosmic Ray International Seminar 2015 CRIS 2015 Gallipoli Lecce Italy 2015 Sep 14 Sep 16 101 esimo Congresso Nazionale del SIF Roma Italy 2015 Sep 21 Sep 25 Sep 9 The many facets of extragalactic radio surveys towards new scientific challenges Bologna Italy 2015 Oct 20 Oct 23 TeV Particle Astrophysics 2015 Kashiwa Japan 2015 Oct 26 Oct 30 Sixth International Fermi Symposium Washington DC USA 2015 Nov 2 Nov 6 Aug 31 2nd

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  • Scientific Conferences of Interest to Fermi LAT Scientists
    Symposium Frontiers of Astrophysics Charlottesville VA 2007 Jun 18 Jun 21 Apr 15 Roma International Conference on Astro Particle Physics Rome 2007 Jun 20 Jun 22 Apr 30 Energetic Events in the Universe Marseille 2007 Jun 25 Jun 28 Apr 30 Euro VO Workshop Madrid 2007 Jun 25 Jun 29 May 15 Tracing Cosmic Evolution with Clusters of Galaxies Sesto Puzeria Italy 2007 Jun 25 Jun 29 Apr 30 Italian Korean Workshop on Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics Gran Sasso 2007 Jun 25 Jun 30 Large Scale Applications Radiation Hardness of Semiconductor Detectors Florence Italy 2007 Jun 27 Jun 29 May 18 AGILE e GLAST Frascati 2007 Jul 1 Jul 2 Astrophysics of Compact Objects Huangshan China 2007 Jul 1 Jul 7 May 15 Particles Strings Cosmology London 2007 Jul 2 Jul 7 International Cosmic Ray Conference Merida Mexico 2007 Jul 3 Jul 11 Feb 28 Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics Manchester England 2007 Jul 19 Jul 25 Apr 1 Nuclear Astrophysics Beyond the First 50 Years Pasadena CA 2007 Jul 24 Jul 27 Joint Statistical Meetings Salt Lake City 2007 Jul 29 Aug 2 Feb 1 SLAC Summer Institute Dark Matter SLAC 2007 Jul 30 Aug 10 GLAST LAT Collaboration Meeting Stanford 2007 Jul 31 Aug 2 Nuclear Theory Astrophysical Applications Dubna 2007 Aug 7 Aug 17 2nd Multi wavelength Workshop for Next Generation Gamma Ray Experiments Chicago 2007 Aug 9 Aug 10 Institute for Gravitation the Cosmos Inaugural Conference State College PA 2007 Aug 9 Aug 11 40 Years of Pulsars Montréal 2007 Aug 12 Aug 17 JENAM Our Non Stable Universe Yerevan 2007 Aug 20 Aug 25 May 1 SPIE Optical Engineering Applications San Diego 2007 Aug 27 Aug 30 Feb 26 TeV Particle Astrophysics Venice 2007 Aug 27 Aug 31 May 31 A Century of Cosmology Venice 2007 Aug 27 Aug 31 Mar 15 CHEP Victoria Canada 2007 Sep 2 Sep 7 EPO and a Changing World Chicago 2007 Sep 5 Sep 7 High Time Resolution Astrophysics Edinburgh 2007 Sep 11 Sep 13 Apr 30 Topics in Astroparticle Underground Physics Sendai Japan 2007 Sep 11 Sep 15 European Strategy for Astroparticle Physics Amsterdam 2007 Sep 20 Sep 21 ADASS XVII London 2007 Sep 23 Sep 26 Jul 1 Dark Matter in Astro Particle Physics Sydney 2007 Sep 24 Sep 28 Apr 1 High Energy Phenomena in Relativistic Outflows Dublin 2007 Sep 24 Sep 28 Cosmic Matter Würzburg 2007 Sep 24 Sep 29 Jul 31 Schule für Astroteilchenphysik Obertrubach Bärnfels Germany 2007 Oct 4 Oct 12 Communicating Astronomy with the Public Athens 2007 Oct 8 Oct 11 Jul 15 Astroparticle Particle Space Physics Detectors amp Medical Physics Applications Como Italy 2007 Oct 8 Oct 12 High Energy in Space Palermo 2007 Oct 11 Oct 13 Astronomy with Virtual Observatories Pune India 2007 Oct 15 Oct 19 Five Years of INTEGRAL Sardinia 2007 Oct 17 Oct 19 Jul 31 IEEE Nuclear Science Dresden 2007 Oct 18 Oct 25 May 9 International Telemetering Conference Las Vegas 2007 Oct 22 Oct 25 Mar 1 Eight Years of Science with Chandra Huntsville AL 2007 Oct 23 Oct 25 Sep 16 APS California Section Berkeley 2007 Oct 26 Oct 27 Oct 18 IEEE Nuclear Science Honolulu 2007 Oct 28 Nov 3 Flight Software Workshop Laurel MD 2007 Nov 5 Nov 6 Jul 27 Gamma Ray Bursts Santa Fe NM 2007 Nov 5 Nov 9 Sep 15 Toward the Future of Very High Energy Gamma ray Astronomy SLAC 2007 Nov 8 Nov 9 Astrophysics 2020 Large Space Missions Beyond the Next Decade Baltimore 2007 Nov 13 Nov 15 GLAST LAT Collaboration Meeting NRL Washington DC 2007 Nov 13 Nov 16 Galaxy Black Hole Evolution Tucson 2007 Nov 28 Nov 30 The Suzaku X ray Universe San Diego CA 2007 Dec 10 Dec 12 Oct 30 IAU 250 Massive Stars as Cosmic Enginges Kauai HI 2007 Dec 10 Dec 14 May 31 Astrophysics Particle Physics with TeV Gamma Rays Leeds UK 2007 Dec 14 Dec 14 211th AAS Austin TX 2008 Jan 7 Jan 11 Oct 17 Accretion Outflow in Astrophysics Kyoto 2008 Jan 8 Jan 11 Oct 31 School Relativistic Astrophysics Tasmania 2008 Jan 13 Jan 24 Non Thermal Hadronic Mechanisms in Galactic Sources Heidelberg 2008 Jan 14 Jan 16 Magnetic Fields in the Universe II Cozumel Mexico 2008 Jan 28 Feb 1 Nov 16 Evolution of Galaxies through the Neutral Hydrogen Window Arecibo 2008 Feb 1 Feb 3 Dec 3 Observational Evidence for Black Holes in the Universe Kolkata India 2008 Feb 10 Feb 16 AAAS Annual Meeting Boston 2008 Feb 14 Feb 18 Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe Marina del Rey CA 2008 Feb 20 Feb 22 Jan 15 LAT Collaboration meeting SLAC 2008 Mar 10 Mar 13 APS New Orleans 2008 Mar 10 Mar 14 Nov 27 School Compact Objects and Their Emission La Plata Argentina 2008 Mar 10 Mar 14 Nov 15 Accelerators in the Universe Tsukuba Japan 2008 Mar 12 Mar 14 Jan 31 Communicating Science Tools for Scientists and Engineers San José CA 2008 Mar 14 Mar 14 Mar 10 Moriond Cosmology Val d Aosta Italy 2008 Mar 15 Mar 22 Jan 31 Cool discs hot flows The varying faces of accreting compact objects Funäsdalen Sweden 2008 Mar 25 Mar 30 Astrophysical Tests of Fundamental Physics Porto Portugal 2008 Mar 27 Mar 29 HEAD Los Angeles 2008 Mar 31 Apr 3 Jan 25 Ground System Architectures Workshop Redondo Beach CA 2008 Mar 31 Apr 3 APS St Louis 2008 Apr 12 Apr 15 Jan 15 Astronomy in the Next Decade Synergies with the Square Kilometre Array Bonn 2008 Apr 14 Apr 18 Cosmology in Northern California SLAC 2008 Apr 18 Apr 18 Apr 9 Blazar Variability acrosss the Electromagnetic Spectrum Paris 2008 Apr 22 Apr 25 International Astroparticle Physics Symposium Golden CO 2008 May 6 May 8 Astronomical Data Analysis Heraklion Crete 2008 May 7 May 9 The Warm Hot Universe New York NY 2008 May 7 May 9 Mar 26 Dynamical Processes in Space Plasmas Dead Sea Israel 2008 May 11 May 19 Feb 1 Challenges in Particle Astrophysics Blois France 2008 May 18 May 23 Apr 15 Compact Stars in the Rockies Banff Canada 2008 May 25 May 28 Neutrino Physics Astrophysics Christchurch New Zealand 2008 May 26 May 31 The X Ray Universe Granada Spain 2008 May 27 May 30 Mar 7 212th AAS St Louis MO 2008 Jun 1 Jun 5 Mar 19 GLAST LAT Collaboration meeting Cocoa Beach FL 2008 Jun 2 Jun 3 Understanding the Nature and Multiwavelength Multimessenger Characteristics of TeV Unidentified Objects State College PA 2008 Jun 4 Jun 5 The Central Kiloparsec AGN and Their Hosts Elounda Crete 2008 Jun 4 Jun 6 Apr 15 Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows St John US Virgin Islands 2008 Jun 8 Jun 14 School Statistics for Astronomers State College PA 2008 Jun 9 Jun 14 Apr 18 MAXI Workshop RIKEN Japan 2008 Jun 10 Jun 12 Mar 31 NASA Instrument Capability Study Adelphi MD 2008 Jun 13 Jun 13 Merging Black Holes in Galaxies Galaxy Evolution AGN and Gravitational Waves Katoomba Australia 2008 Jun 15 Jun 20 May 15 ASTRONET Infrastructure Roadmap Liverpool 2008 Jun 16 Jun 19 Nanjing GRB Conference Nanjing China 2008 Jun 23 Jun 27 May 1 SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation Marseille 2008 Jun 23 Jun 28 Dec 10 Astrophysics of Neutron Stars Istanbul 2008 Jun 30 Jul 4 High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy Heidelberg 2008 Jul 7 Jul 11 May 15 Protostellar Jets in Context Rhodes Greece 2008 Jul 7 Jul 11 Apr 7 Dark Energy and Dark Matter Lyon France 2008 Jul 7 Jul 11 Apr 4 COSPAR Montréal 2008 Jul 13 Jul 20 Feb 17 School Astrophysics of Galaxy Clusters Varenna Italy 2008 Jul 15 Jul 25 May 10 Putting Gravity to Work From Black Holes to Galaxy Clusters Cambridge England 2008 Jul 21 Jul 25 Nuclei in the Cosmos Mackinac Island MI 2008 Jul 27 Aug 1 IAU 256 The Magellanic System Stars Gas Galaxies Keele England 2008 Jul 28 Aug 1 School High Energy Astrophysics Urbino Italy 2008 Jul 28 Aug 1 May 9 ICHEP 34 Philadelphia 2008 Jul 30 Aug 5 Apr 18 SLAC Summer Institute Cosmic Accelerators SLAC 2008 Aug 4 Aug 15 Sierra Conference Lodgepole Pine Campground 2008 Aug 15 Aug 18 Identification of Dark Matter Stockholm 2008 Aug 18 Aug 22 High Performance Computing Stanford 2008 Aug 28 Aug 29 7th Microquasar Workshop zmir Turkey 2008 Sep 1 Sep 5 May 31 INTEGRAL Workshop Compact Objects Copenhagen 2008 Sep 8 Sep 11 Jun 20 LAT collaboration meeting SLAC 2008 Sep 15 Sep 19 School Gamma Astrophysics Asiago Italy 2008 Sep 21 Sep 27 Sep 15 TeV Particle Astrophysics Beijing 2008 Sep 24 Sep 28 Jul 30 High energy sources at different time scales Kathmandu 2008 Sep 29 Oct 3 Jul 31 Innovative Particle Radiation Detectors Siena Italy 2008 Oct 1 Oct 4 Jul 10 Kinetic Modeling of Astrophysical Plasmas Kraków Poland 2008 Oct 5 Oct 9 Science with the New Generation of High Energy Gamma Ray Experiments the GeV TeV Connection Abano Terme Padova Italy 2008 Oct 8 Oct 10 Sep 1 Classification and Discovery with Large Astronomical Surveys Ringberg Castle Germany 2008 Oct 14 Oct 17 Jun 30 Polarimetry days in Rome Crab status theory and prospects Rome 2008 Oct 16 Oct 17 IEEE Nuclear Science Dresden 2008 Oct 19 Oct 25 May 9 GRB Symposium Huntsville AL 2008 Oct 20 Oct 23 Jul 15 The impact of high energy astrophysics experiments on cosmological physics Chicago 2008 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 3 ADASS XVIII Québec 2008 Nov 2 Nov 5 Aug 15 IAU 259 Cosmic Magnetic Fields Tenerife Spain 2008 Nov 3 Nov 7 Jun 15 18th Workshop on General Relativity and Gravitation in Japan Hiroshima 2008 Nov 17 Nov 21 Deciphering the Ancient Universe with Gamma Ray Bursts Tokyo 2008 Nov 27 Nov 29 Nov 9 Simbol X Paris 2008 Dec 1 Dec 5 High Energy Astrophysics of Outflows from Compact Objects Ringberg Castle Germany 2008 Dec 7 Dec 13 Texas Symposium Vancouver Canada 2008 Dec 7 Dec 14 Oct 1 The Highly Energetic Universe London 2008 Dec 12 Dec 12 LOFAR and the Transient Radio Sky Amsterdam 2008 Dec 15 Dec 17 Oct 17 American Geophysical Union San Francisco 2008 Dec 15 Dec 19 Sep 15 IFT UAM CSIC Christmas Workshop Madrid 2008 Dec 17 Dec 19 213th AAS Long Beach CA 2009 Jan 4 Jan 8 Oct 1 Space Science Symposium Sagamihara Japan 2009 Jan 6 Jan 7 LHC and Dark Matter Ann Arbor MI 2009 Jan 6 Jan 9 High Energy Gamma rays and Neutrinos from Extra Galactic Sources Heidelberg 2009 Jan 13 Jan 16 Dark 2009 Christchurch NZ 2009 Jan 18 Jan 24 New Horizons for Modern Cosmology Arcetri 2009 Jan 19 Mar 13 Jun 30 Understanding the Dark Sector Aspen CO 2009 Jan 25 Jan 31 Oct 15 Data Preservation and Long Term Analysis in HEP Hamburg 2009 Jan 26 Jan 28 Jan 5 Thirty Years of Magnetars Aspen CO 2009 Feb 1 Feb 7 Oct 15 Workshop on Particle Astrophysics Astronomy Cosmology Snowbird UT 2009 Feb 1 Feb 7 Jan 1 Moriond Very High Energy Phenomena in the Universe La Thuile Italy 2009 Feb 1 Feb 8 Jan 10 High Energy Phenomena in Massive Stars Jaén Spain 2009 Feb 2 Feb 5 Dec 20 ENTApP Dark Matter Workshop CERN 2009 Feb 2 Feb 6 Jan 31 XXXVII International Meeting on Fundamental Physics Benasque Spain 2009 Feb 8 Feb 13 Jan 9 Dark Matter Arcetri Florence 2009 Feb 9 Feb 11 Dec 15 AAPT AAAS Winter Meeting Chicago 2009 Feb 12 Feb 16 Sep 19 Progress in Particles Physics Kyoto 2009 Feb 16 Feb 19 Rencontres de Physique La Thuile Italy 2009 Mar 1 Mar 7 LAT Collaboration Meeting Hiroshima 2009 Mar 2 Mar 5 Feb 25 First results from Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope Tokyo 2009 Mar 7 Mar 7 Rencontres de Moriond La Thuile Italy 2009 Mar 7 Mar 14 Jan 15 IEEE Aerospace Conference Big Sky MT 2009 Mar 7 Mar 14 Jul 1 Technology and Instrumentation in Particle Physics Tsukuba Japan 2009 Mar 12 Mar 17 Oct 31 Variety and Universality of Astrophysical Jets Matsuyama Japan 2009 Mar 16 Mar 18 Government Microcircuit Applications and Critical Technology Orlando FL 2009 Mar 16 Mar 19 APS March Pittsburgh 2009 Mar 16 Mar 20 Nov 21 Computing in High Energy Physics CHEP Prague 2009 Mar 21 Mar 27 Nov 13 Astronomical Society of Japan Osaka 2009 Mar 24 Mar 26 Dec 16 Physical Society of Japan Ikebukuro Tokyo 2009 Mar 27 Mar 30 PANDA Symposium on Products of Stellar Outflows Lijiang China 2009 Mar 30 Apr 3 Feb 12 Neutron Stars GRBs Alexandria Egypt 2009 Mar 30 Apr 4 Dec 5 Shedding Light on Dark Matter College Park MD 2009 Apr 2 Apr 4 Incontri di Fisica delle Alte Energie Bari 2009 Apr 15 Apr 17 Mar 31 JENAM Hatfield England 2009 Apr 20 Apr 23 Mar 9 Zeldovich Meeting the Sun the Stars the Universe and General Relativity Minsk 2009 Apr 20 Apr 23 Mar 15 School Detectors and Electronics for HEP Astrophysics Space Applications and Medical Physics Legnaro Italy 2009 Apr 20 Apr 24 AGILE Workshop Milano 2009 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 15 Hotwiring the Transient Universe II Real Time Astronomy Santa Cruz CA 2009 Apr 26 Apr 30 Apr 1 The Coming of Age of X Ray Polarimetry Rome 2009 Apr 27 Apr 30 Feb 28 STEREO SOHO Workshop Bournemouth England 2009 Apr 27 May 1 Feb 27 Gamma Ray Astronomy at High Altitude Shijiazhuang China 2009 Apr 28 Apr 30 Apr 20 Shock Waves in Space and Astrophysical Environments Hawaii 2009 May 1 May 7 Apr 15 APS April Denver 2009 May 2 May 5 Jan 9 TANGO in PARIS Testing Astroparticle with the New GeV TeV Observations Positrons And electRons Identifying the Sources Paris 2009 May 4 May 6 Mar 31 Congresso Società Astronomica Italiana Pisa 2009 May 4 May 8 Mar 25 GRB Physics Beijing 2009 May 4 Jun 19 Apr 1 PAMELA Physics Workshop Rome 2009 May 11 May 12 Pheno 2009 Madison WI 2009 May 11 May 13 Roma International Conference on Astro Particle Physics Frascati 2009 May 13 May 15 Mar 10 Dutch Astronomers Club 2009 May 13 May 15 School Scientific Writing for Young Astronomers Blankenberge Belgium 2009 May 18 May 20 The Interconnection Between Particle Physics and Cosmology Norman OK 2009 May 18 May 22 Multi Messenger Relativistic Astrophysics Atlanta 2009 May 19 May 21 Apr 15 American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly Toronto 2009 May 24 May 27 Mar 4 School Cosmological Backgrounds and Statistical Methods for Astrophysics Bertinoro Italy 2009 May 24 May 29 Apr 20 Advanced Detectors Elba Italy 2009 May 24 May 30 Mar 15 Solar Orbiter Workshop Sorrento Italy 2009 May 25 May 29 Mar 20 Multifrequency Behavior of High Energy Cosmic Sources Vulcano Italy 2009 May 25 May 30 Jan 31 The Sun the Stars the Universe and General Relativity Fortaleza Brazil 2009 May 26 May 29 Intersections of Particle and Nuclear Physics San Diego CA 2009 May 26 May 31 Feb 28 Physics of Relativistic Flows An observational view Stockholm 2009 Jun 1 Jun 2 Apr 17 The Dark Side of the Universe Melbourne 2009 Jun 1 Jun 5 School Statistics for Astronomers State College PA 2009 Jun 1 Jun 6 May 1 214th AAS Pasadena CA 2009 Jun 7 Jun 11 Mar 2 Binaries Key to Comprehension of the Universe Brno 2009 Jun 8 Jun 12 May 8 New Lights on Dark Matter Waterloo Canada 2009 Jun 11 Jun 13 Wide Fast Deep Surveys New Astrophysics Frontier Aspen CO 2009 Jun 14 Jul 5 Jan 31 Dark Matter and Double Beta Decay Shanghai 2009 Jun 15 Jun 16 May 10 Searching for the Origins of Cosmic Rays Trondheim Norway 2009 Jun 15 Jun 18 Mar 31 Pulsars in their Diversity Elba Italy 2009 Jun 15 Jun 18 Feb 14 Physics of Galactic Nuclei Ringberg Castle Germany 2009 Jun 15 Jun 19 Mar 31 Rencontres de Blois Windows on the Universe Blois France 2009 Jun 21 Jun 27 Apr 15 The Universe Between Redshift 1 and 3 Marseille 2009 Jun 22 Jun 26 May 1 Accretion and Ejection in AGN A Global View Como Italy 2009 Jun 22 Jun 26 Apr 15 Synergies between solar and stellar modelling Rome 2009 Jun 22 Jun 26 Mar 1 The Many Faces of Centaurus A Sydney 2009 Jun 28 Jul 3 Mar 15 The Energetic Cosmos from Suzaku to Astro H Otaru Japan 2009 Jun 29 Jul 2 Mar 16 The Invisible Universe Paris 2009 Jun 29 Jul 3 Jun 1 Semaine de l Astrophysique Française Besançon 2009 Jun 29 Jul 4 May 31 School Multiwavelength Astronomy Paris 2009 Jun 29 Jul 10 Mar 15 School Nuclear and Particle Astrophysics Seattle 2009 Jun 29 Jul 10 May 1 Topics in Astroparticle and Underground Physics Rome 2009 Jul 1 Jul 5 Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering Oxford MS 2009 Jul 5 Jul 10 Apr 3 PASCOS Particles Strings and Cosmology Hamburg 2009 Jul 6 Jul 10 May 15 Sociét eacute Française de Physique Palaiseau 2009 Jul 6 Jul 10 Cosmology Summer Workshop Santa Fe NM 2009 Jul 6 Jul 24 Exploring the Foundations and Boundaries of Physics and Cosmology Ponta Delgada Azores 2009 Jul 7 Jul 12 May 13 International Cosmic Ray Conference ód Poland 2009 Jul 7 Jul 15 Mar 2 SNR and PWN in the Chandra Era Boston 2009 Jul 8 Jul 10 May 20 David Band Memorial Symposium GSFC 2009 Jul 10 Jul 10 MG12 Marcel Grossman Paris 2009 Jul 12 Jul 18 Jun 1 TeV Particle Astrophysics SLAC 2009 Jul 13 Jul 17 Jun 14 Europhysics HEP Kraków 2009 Jul 16 Jul 22 May 10 Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology Pasadena CA 2009 Jul 19 Jul 23 Nov 3 Low Temperature Detectors Workshop SLAC 2009 Jul 20 Jul 24 Apr 15 Cosmostats Ascona Switzerland 2009 Jul 26 Jul 31 Apr 30 APS Division of Particles and Fields Detroit 2009 Jul 26 Jul 31 Jun 15 Particle Acceleration in Astrophysical Plasmas Santa Barbara CA 2009 Jul 27 Oct 2 Dec 15 Neutron Stars Timing in Extreme Environments Rio de Janeiro 2009 Aug 3 Aug 5 Mar 31 XXVII IAU Rio de Janeiro 2009 Aug 3 Aug 14 Mar 31 SLAC Summer Institute Revolutions on the Horizon SLAC 2009 Aug 3 Aug 14 Astrophysical Outflows and Associated Accretion Phenomena Rio de Janeiro 2009 Aug 6 Aug 7 Mar 31 Evolution of Galaxies and Central Black Holes Feeding and Feedback Rio de Janeiro 2009 Aug 10 Aug 14 Mar 31 School Statistical Inferences from Astrophysical Data Heidelberg 2009 Aug 10 Aug 14 Jun 15 The Galactic Plane in depth and across the spectrum Rio de Janeiro 2009 Aug 11 Aug 14 Mar 31 Modern Problems of Astrophysics and Cosmology St Petersburg Russia 2009 Aug 14 Aug 14 Stellar Death and Supernovae Santa Barbara CA 2009 Aug 17 Aug 21 School Stellar Collapse Compact Objects SNe and GRBs Copenhagen 2009 Aug 17 Aug 21 Jul 1 Lepton Photon Symposium Hamburg 2009 Aug 17 Aug 22 May 31 CERN School of Computing Göttingen 2009 Aug 17 Aug 28 May 4 Lomonosov Conference on Elementary Particle Physics Moscow 2009 Aug 19 Aug 25 May 15 School Astroparticle Physics Nijmegen 2009 Aug 19 Aug 28 Jul 1 Roger Chevalier A Festival of Cosmic Explosions Pasadena CA 2009 Aug 21 Aug 23 Semiconductor Tracking Detectors Hiroshima 2009 Aug 29 Sep 1 Aug 1 Physics in Collision Kobe Japan 2009 Aug 30 Sep 2 May 31 Astrophysics of Neutron Stars Istanbul 2009 Aug 31 Sep 4 LAT Collaboration Meeting SLAC 2009 Sep 1 Sep 4 Angular momentum transport and energy release in accretion disks Cambridge UK 2009 Sep 7 Sep 8 X Ray Astronomy 2009 Bologna 2009 Sep 7 Sep 11 May 15 Cosmo09 Particle Physics and Cosmology CERN 2009 Sep 7 Sep 11 Jul 15 International Conference of Young Astronomers Cracow 2009 Sep 7 Sep 13 Jul 31 Physical Society of Japan Kobe 2009 Sep 10 Sep 13 May 31 Black Holes in Binary Systems Ferrara Italy 2009 Sep 11 Sep 12 Jul 15 Astronomical Society of Japan Yamaguchi 2009 Sep 14 Sep 16 Jun 23 The Shocking Universe Venice 2009 Sep 14 Sep 18 Jun 15 Particle Cosmology Institute CERN 2009 Sep 14 Sep 18 Jul 15 School Astrostatistics São José dos Campos Brazil 2009 Sep 14 Sep 18 Jul 24 School Astroparticle Physics Bad Honnef Germany 2009 Sep 20 Sep 25 School Highlights in Astrophysics Rabac Croatia 2009 Sep 20 Sep 30 May 25 From Quantum to Cosmos Bremen Germany 2009 Sep 21 Sep 24 Feb 26 Shining Light on Black Holes Ann Arbor MI 2009 Sep 21 Sep 25 Chandra s First Decade of Discovery Boston 2009 Sep 22 Sep 25 Aug 21 Nonlinear Processes in Astrophysical Plasmas Particle Acceleration Magnetic Field Amplification and Radiation Signatures Santa Barbara CA 2009 Sep 28 Oct 2 Dec 15 School Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology Barcelona 2009 Sep 28 Oct 2 Jul 15 Statistical Frontiers of Astrophysics Kashiwa Japan 2009 Sep 28 Oct 2 AGILE Workshop the Bright Gamma Ray Sky Frascati 2009 Sep 29 Oct 1 International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics Maresias Brazil 2009 Oct 4 Oct 8 Astroparticle Particle Space Physics Detectors and Medical Physics Applications Como Italy 2009 Oct 5 Oct 9 Aug 31 Science with the New Generation of High Energy Gamma Ray Experiments Assisi Italy 2009 Oct 7 Oct 9 Sep 20 Schule für Astroteilchenphysik Obertrubach Bärnfels Germany 2009 Oct 7 Oct 15 Toward Fundamental Breakthroughs in Astrophysics and Cosmology with the Next Decade Columbus OH 2009 Oct 12 Oct 14 Sep 14 School Architectures tools and methodologies for developing efficient large scale scientific computing applications Bertinoro Italy 2009 Oct 12 Oct 17 The Extreme Sky Sampling the Universe above 10 keV Otranto Italy 2009 Oct 13 Oct 17 Aug 15 Galactic Center Workshop Shanghai 2009 Oct 19 Oct 23 Jul 1 IEEE Nuclear Science Orlando FL 2009 Oct 25 Oct 31 May 11 High Energy Phenomena in Relativistic Outflows II Buenos Aires 2009 Oct 26 Oct 30 Aug 1 The Sun the Stars the Universe and General Relativity Shanghai 2009 Oct 26 Oct 30 The Sun the Stars the Universe and General Relativity Seoul Korea 2009 Nov 2 Nov 4 2009 Fermi Symposium Washington DC 2009 Nov 2 Nov 5 Oct 1 GEANT4 Tutorial SLAC 2009 Nov 2 Nov 6 Sep 8 School Accretion Process in Astrophysics Tenerife Canary Islands 2009 Nov 2 Nov 13 Jul 24 Workshop on Spacecraft Flight Software Pasadena CA 2009 Nov 4 Nov 4 Aug 21 Learning from Astroparticle Underground Neutrino Physics and Cosmology LAUNCH Heidelberg 2009 Nov 9 Nov 12 Oct 30 Swift Celebrating 5 Years State College PA 2009 Nov 17 Nov 20 Sep 20 Dark Matter Dark Energy and Matter Antimatter Asymmetry Hsinchu Taiwan 2009 Nov 20 Nov 21 General Relativity and Gravitation in Japan Tokyo 2009 Nov 30 Dec 4 Oct 2 Indirect Dark Matter Search Tokyo 2009 Dec 7 Dec 11 Nov 10 Fermi Data Analysis Workshop Stanford 2009 Dec 8 Dec 8 Dec 4 American Geophysical Union San Francisco 2009 Dec 14 Dec 18 Sep 3 School AstroParticle Physics Darjeeling India 2009 Dec 14 Dec 22 Cosmological Implications of the Extragalactic Background Light SLAC 2009 Dec 15 Dec 15 Astrophysics at the Extreme Jerusalem 2009 Dec 15 Dec 17 Miami 2009 elementary particles astrophysics and cosmology Fort Lauderdale FL 2009 Dec 15 Dec 20 The Sun the Stars the Universe and General Relativity Christchurch New Zealand 2009 Dec 16 Dec 18 School Particle Physics Astrophysics and Cosmology Sesimbra Portugal 2009 Dec 19 Dec 21 Black Holes Workshop Lisbon 2009 Dec 21 Dec 22 Oct 30 215th AAS Washington DC 2010 Jan 3 Jan 7 Oct 1 Fermi Data Analysis Workshop Washington DC 2010 Jan 7 Jan 7 Jan 1 Fermi Data Analysis Workshop Boston 2010 Jan 11 Jan 11 Jan 6 Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation Cosmology on the Beach Playa del Carmen Mexico 2010 Jan 11 Jan 15 Oct 15 Cosmic Ray Backgrounds in Dark Matter Searches Stockholm 2010 Jan 25 Jan 27 Dec 22 Data Analysis of the Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope Bangalore 2010 Feb 8 Feb 19 Oct 31 APS April Washington DC 2010 Feb 13 Feb 16 Oct 23 Probing Strong Gravity near Black Holes Prague 2010 Feb 15 Feb 18 Dec 15 Vienna Conference on Instrumentation Vienna Austria 2010 Feb 15 Feb 20 Nov 16 Dark Matter 2010 Marina del Rey CA 2010 Feb 24 Feb 26 Jan 15 HEAD Waikoloa HI 2010 Mar 1 Mar 4 Dec 1 IEEE Aerospace Conference Big Sky MT 2010 Mar 6 Mar 13 Jul 1 AMS Cosmic Ray workshop Annecy le Vieux France 2010 Mar 9 Mar 10 Feb 22 Starbursts Near and Far London UK 2010 Mar 12 Mar 12 Dec 31 Moriond Cosmology La Thuile Italy 2010 Mar 13 Mar 20 Jan 15 LAT collaboration meeting Saclay France 2010 Mar 15 Mar 18 APS March Portland OR 2010 Mar 15 Mar 19 Nov 20 Saas Fee Course Astrophysics at Very High Energies Les Diablerets Switzerland 2010 Mar 15 Mar 20 The Eventful Universe Tucson AZ 2010 Mar 17 Mar 20 Feb 10 SNOWPAC SNOWCLUSTER Snowbird UT 2010 Mar 23 Apr 2 Feb 1 Astronomical Society of Japan Osaka 2010 Mar 24 Mar 27 Steady Jets and Transient Jets Bonn 2010 Apr 7 Apr 8 Feb 28 International Astronomical Consortium for High Energy Calibration Woods Hole MA 2010 Apr 12 Apr 15 Mar 10 High energy Emission from Pulsars and their Systems Barcelona 2010 Apr 12 Apr 16 Dec 31 Deciphering the Ancient Universe with Gamma Ray Bursts Kyoto 2010 Apr 19 Apr 23 Feb 21 Variable Galactic Gamma Ray Sources Heidelberg 2010 Apr 20 Apr 23 Dark Matter Arcetri 2010 Apr 26 Jun 19 Sep 30 Astronomical Data Analysis Monastir Tunisia 2010 May 3 May 6 Jan 25 High Time Resolution Astronomy Crete 2010 May 5 May 7 Apr 1 Calorimetry in High Energy Physics Beijing 2010 May 10 May 14 Apr 1 Cosmology and Fundamental Physics Seoul 2010 May 17 May 19 Apr 15 Magnetic Fields on Scales from Kiloparsecs to Kilometres Cracow Poland 2010 May 17 May 21 Mar 21 School Exploring the Dawn of the Universe with the Gamma Ray Bursts Cargèse Corsica 2010 May 17 May 22 May 1 NASA ESA Workshop on Product Data Exchange Oslo 2010 May 18 May 20 Mar 19 216th AAS Miami 2010 May 23 May 27 Mar 1 Ultra Luminous X ray sources and Middle Weight Black Holes Madrid 2010 May 24 May 26 Mar 18 AGN Black Holes and Revelations Ferrara Italy 2010 May 24 May 27 Mar 31 Brookhaven Forum 2010 Brookhaven NY 2010 May 26 May 28 May 19 Workshop on High Energy Galactic Physics New York 2010 May 28 May 30 The Dark Side of the Universe León Mexico 2010 Jun 1 Jun 6 The First Galaxies Quasars Gamma Ray Bursts State College PA 2010 Jun 6 Jun 10 Mar 15 Innovative Particle and Radiation Detectors Siena Italy 2010 Jun 7 Jun 10 Mar 15 Black Holes Bad Honnef Germany 2010 Jun 7 Jun 11 Mar 10 Cosmic magnetism From stellar to intergalactic scales Kiama Australia 2010 Jun 7 Jun 11 Apr 30 School Statistics for Astronomers State College PA 2010 Jun 7 Jun 14 May 3 Great Lakes Cosmology Workshop Chicago 2010 Jun 13 Jun 16 Apr 23 GeV and TeV Sources in the Milky Way Aspen CO 2010 Jun 13 Jun 27 Jan 31 Neutrino 2010 Athens 2010 Jun 14 Jun 19 Mar 15 Dall eV al TeV tutti i colori dei GRB Cefalù Italy 2010 Jun 15 Jun 18 May 15 Explosive Transients Liverpool 2010 Jun 18 Jun 18 May 23 Fermi meets Jansky AGN in Radio and Gamma Rays Bonn Germany 2010 Jun 21 Jun 23 Apr 20 Managing Knowledge for Space Missions Darmstadt 2010 Jun 21 Jun 23 Mar 19 French Astronomical and Astrophysical society SF2A Marseille 2010 Jun 21 Jun 24 Binary Star Evolution Mykonos Greece 2010 Jun 22 Jun 25 Feb 15 Identifying the Physics Potential of Multi wavelength and Multi messenger Anisotropy Studies Columbus OH 2010 Jun 23 Jun 23 Jun 2 SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation San Diego 2010 Jun 27 Jul 2 Dec 14 CPT and Lorentz Symmetry Bloomington IN 2010 Jun 28 Jul 1 Jun 24 LISA Symposium Stanford 2010 Jun 28 Jul 2 Apr 5 Very High Energy Cosmic Ray Interactions Fermilab 2010 Jun 28 Jul 2 Jun 21 School Multiwavelength Astronomy Amsterdam 2010 Jun 28 Jul 9 Mar 22 Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Chamonix France 2010 Jul 4 Jul 9 Apr 11 Axions WIMPs and WISPs Zurich 2010 Jul 5 Jul 9 Jun 4 All Russian Conference on Cosmic Rays Moscow 2010 Jul 5 Jul 9 Exploring the Extreme Universe Leicester UK 2010 Jul 6 Jul 8 Jun 11 Frontiers of Fundamental Physics Paris 2010 Jul 6 Jul 9 Jun 15 School Cosmic Ray Astrophysics Erice Sicily 2010 Jul 11 Jul 18 Interconnection between Particle Physics and Cosmology Torino Italy 2010 Jul 12 Jul 16 May 31 School Nuclear Astrophysics in the Cosmos Darmstadt 2010 Jul 12 Jul 17 Accretion Processes in X Rays Boston 2010 Jul 13 Jul 15 May 26 School Multi Messenger Approach to Astroparticle Physics Zaragoza 2010 Jul 13 Jul 22 Apr 30 Particle Physics and Cosmlogy Blois France 2010 Jul 15 Jul 20 Jun 15 Physics and Astrophysics of Neutron Stars and Black Holes Bremen Germany 2010 Jul 16 Jul 17 May 15 COSPAR Bremen Germany 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Time Variability at High Energies a Probe of AGN Physics including VLBI COSPAR E11 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Dependable Computing in Space Applications COSPAR S1 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Radiation Belt Modeling for Applications COSPAR PRBEM1 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Dark Energy and Dark Matter COSPAR H01 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 The Next Generation Ground based Gamma ray Experiments COSPAR E110 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 New Insights into the Physics of Supernova Remnants and Pulsar Wind Nebulae COSPAR E19 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Origins of Cosmic Rays COSPAR E18 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 The Transient X Gamma ray Sky COSPAR E16 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Accretion on Compact Objects and Fast Phenomena in Multiwavelength Era COSPAR E13 Bremen 2010 Jul 18 Jul 25 Feb 26 Nuclei in the Cosmos Heidelberg 2010 Jul 19 Jul 23 May 21 IAU 272 Active OB Stars Paris 2010 Jul 19 Jul 23 Jun 1 TeV Particle Astrophysics Paris 2010 Jul 19 Jul 23 May 1 Particles Strings and Cosmology Valencia Spain 2010 Jul 19 Jul 23 May 31 School Cosmology Trieste 2010 Jul 19 Jul 30 Apr 10 ICHEP Paris 2010 Jul 21 Jul 28 May 15 Identification of Dark Matter Montpellier France 2010 Jul 26 Jul 30 May 30 Galaxy Clusters Observations Physics and Cosmology Garching Germany 2010 Jul 26 Jul 30 Apr 1 Physics of Accreting Compact Binaries Kyoto 2010 Jul 26 Jul 30 May 31 Astronomical Society of the Pacific Boulder CO 2010 Jul 31 Aug 4 Apr 23 RHESSI Workshop Annapolis MD 2010 Aug 1 Aug 5 Darkness Visible Dark Matter in astrophysics and Particle physics Cambridge UK 2010 Aug 2 Aug 6 May 31 Astrophysics of Neutron Stars Çe me zmir Turkey 2010 Aug 2 Aug 6 May 15 SLAC Summer Institute Neutrinos Nature s Mysterious Messengers SLAC 2010 Aug 2 Aug 13 European Cosmic Ray Symposium Turku Finland 2010 Aug 3 Aug 6 Apr 16 Cosmology Confronting theory with observations Copenhagen 2010 Aug 16 Aug 20 Jul 31 CERN School of Computing Uxbridge UK 2010 Aug 23 Sep 3 GRB workshop for dark universe observations Kyoto 2010 Aug 26 Aug 27 Fermi LAT collaboration meeting SLAC 2010 Aug 31 Sep 3 Physics in collision Karlsruhe 2010 Sep 1 Sep 4 Neutrino Oscillation Workshop Otranto Italy 2010 Sep 4 Sep 11 Analogue and Mixed Signal Integrated Circuits for Space Applications Noordwijk 2010 Sep 5 Sep 7 May 1 JENAM Lisbon 2010 Sep 6 Sep 10 Jun 30 Semiconductor Pixel Detectors for Particles and Imaging Grindelwald Switzerland 2010 Sep 6 Sep 10 May 31 Science with the New Generation of High Energy Gamma Ray Experiments Trieste Italy 2010 Sep 8 Sep 10 Jun 30 Physical Society of Japan Kyushu Japan 2010 Sep 11 Sep 14 IAU 275 Jets at All Scales Buenos Aires 2010 Sep 13 Sep 17 May 13 Astronomische Gesellschaft Bonn 2010 Sep 13 Sep 17 Jul 15 Cosmic Ray International Seminar Catania Italy 2010 Sep 13 Sep 17 Jun 10 School Frontiers of Particle Cosmology Lecce Italy 2010 Sep 13 Sep 17 Jul 31 Sociedad Española de Astronomía Madrid 2010 Sep 13 Sep 17 Apr 30 DICE2010 Castello Pasquini Italy 2010 Sep 13 Sep 17 Jul 15 School Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics Erice Sicily 2010 Sep 16 Sep 24 Jul 15 Evolution of galaxies their central black holes and their large scale environment Potsdam 2010 Sep 20 Sep 24 Jun 30 Società Italiana di Fisica Bologna 2010 Sep 20 Sep 24 Asociación Argentina de Astronomía Salta Argentina 2010 Sep 20 Sep 24 Multiwavelength Variability of Blazars Guangzhou 2010 Sep 22 Sep 24 Aug 10 Astronomical Society of Japan Kanazawa 2010 Sep 22 Sep 24 The Transient Universe from Exoplanets to Hypernovae Dublin 2010 Sep 23 Sep 24 Aug 27 The NExT Phase of Particle Physics Sussex UK 2010 Sep 23 Sep 24 Aug 30 8th INTEGRAL Workshop Dublin Ireland 2010 Sep 27 Sep 30 Jun 30 COSMO CosPA Tokyo 2010 Sep 27 Oct 1 Jul 30 APS Northwest section Walla Walla 2010 Sep 30 Oct 2 Aug 20 LHC days in Split Split Croatia 2010 Oct 4 Oct 9 Oct 4 High Energy View of Accreting Objects Crete 2010 Oct 5 Oct 14 May 15 Schule für Astroteilchenphysik Obertrubach Bärnfels Germany 2010 Oct 6 Oct 14 Sep 1 Cosmic Rays for Particle and Astroparticle Physics Como Italy 2010 Oct 7 Oct 8 Aug 31 Pulsar Conference 2010 Chia Laguna Sardinia Italy 2010 Oct 10 Oct 15 Jun 14 Accretion and Outflow in Black Hole Systems Kathmandu 2010 Oct 11 Oct 15 Jul 31 Monte Carlo 2010 Tokyo 2010 Oct 17 Oct 21 Feb 14 Computing in High Energy Physics Taipei 2010 Oct 18 Oct 22 May 14 Cosmology in Northern California Berkeley 2010 Oct 22 Oct 22 Sep 30 On Board Payload Data Compression Toulouse France 2010 Oct 28 Oct 29 Jun 28 APS California section Pasadena 2010 Oct 29 Oct 30 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Knoxville TN 2010 Oct 30 Nov 6 May 10 Gamma Ray Bursts Annapolis MD 2010 Nov 1 Nov 4 Sep 1 Stormy Cosmos Pasadena CA 2010 Nov 1 Nov 4 Aug 31 Dark Matter Dark Energy and Matter Antimatter Asymmetry Hsinchu Taiwan 2010 Nov 5 Nov 6 Oct 31 Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems Boston 2010 Nov 7 Nov 11 Sep 15 Fermi Swift GRB Data Analysis Workshop GSFC 2010 Nov 8 Nov 12 Sep 1 Cosmic Radiation Fields Sources in the early Universe Hamburg 2010 Nov 9 Nov 12 Sep 15 Probing physics beyond the standard model Abingdon England 2010 Nov 12 Nov 12 SuperComputing 2010 New Orleans 2010 Nov 13 Nov 19 Apr 2 Fermi Regional Workshop GSFC 2010 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 5 The Ins and Outs of Black Holes Annapolis MD 2010 Nov 15 Nov 17 Oct 31 Non thermal phenomena in colliding galaxy clusters Nice 2010 Nov 15 Nov 18 Sep 15 Exploring Physics with Neutron Stars Tucson AZ 2010 Nov 18 Nov 19 Decadal Survey Town Hall Berkeley 2010 Nov 29 Nov 29

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