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xrt_co: - Fwd: AGU meeting Hinode presentations
OK - we are looking for someone to speak at the NASA
booth for 15mins. This sounds a bit like being a carnival barker
(So the J-side does not have to reach for the dictionary:
barker |ˈbärkər| |ˌbɑrkər| |ˌbɑːkə|
a person who stands in front of a theater, sideshow, etc., and
calls out to passersby to attract customers.)
Could be fun. If you are going to the AGU and would like
to gather the crowds for XRT and Hinode let me know.
There are several "tested" XRT overview talks available, so
the volunteer will not need to start from scratch.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Pevtsov, Alexei A. (HQ-DA000)" <Alexei.A.Pevtsov@nasa.gov>
> Date: October 1, 2007 4:42:04 PM EDT
> To: "Ed Deluca" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: "Ted Tarbell" <email@example.com>, "Ed Deluca"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Doschek, George"
> Subject: RE: AGU meeting Hinode presentations
> Hi Ed,
> Yes, these are 15-minutes talks that are given in the NASA booth.
> Rumburg is coordinating this effort, and she had asked me for names of
> potential presenters. You can contact her directly, but please,
> copy me
> on your intitial email to her.
> Best regards,
> Alexei A. Pevtsov, Ph.D.
> NASA Headquarters, Mail Suite 3R15, 300 E St., SW, Washington, DC
> Ph: 202-358-1106; FAX: 202-358-3987
> Solar Physics Discipline Scientist
> Program Scientist: Hinode, SDO, SOHO, RHESSI, TRACE
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ed Deluca [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 01, 2007 4:06 PM
> To: Pevtsov, Alexei A. (HQ-DA000)
> Cc: Ted Tarbell; Ed Deluca; Doschek, George
> Subject: Re: AGU meeting Hinode presentations
> Hi Alexi,
> I am not sure what you are asking for here. Are these 15min talks
> are given in the NASA booth or are they to a plenary session that
> introduces the instruments and says "learn more at the booth"?
> P.S. At the SPD meeting we had great success with the Hinode team
> members showing off the latest movies and talking about analysis
> Should we be planning on doing the same thing at the AGU?
> Jenny Rumburg coordinated the SPD event, is she still our contact?
> Dr. Edward E. DeLuca Smithsonian Astrophysical
> firstname.lastname@example.org MS 58
> Office 617 496 7725 60 Garden Street
> Fax 617 496 7577 Cambridge, MA 02138
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> On Sep 27, 2007, at 11:57 AM, Pevtsov, Alexei A. (HQ-DA000) wrote:
>> Dear Ed, George, and Ted:
>> NASA is planning to have 15-minute presentations on Hinode
>> overview at the Fall AGU. These 15 minute presentations will part of
>> the nine Heliophysics presentations given in the NASA Science Mission
>> Directorate booth over
>> the course of three days, December 11-13, 2007.
>> Can you suggest the most suitable speakers for these presentations?
>> PowerPoint format is fine, but I will need to know if internet
>> will be
>> required. The presentation schedule will be made once we have
>> commitments from all speakers. We would need short presentation
>> descriptions/abstracts asap to include in advertising materials.
>> Also, we have the opportunity to showcase about 10 minutes of
>> Heliophysics highlights on a large display in the conference hall,
>> would like to include each instrument in that activity as well.
>> Can you suggest the most scientifically compelling movies or stills
>> captions from all three instruments for this display?
>> Alexei A. Pevtsov, Ph.D.
>> NASA Headquarters, Mail Suite 3R15, 300 E St., SW, Washington, DC
>> Ph: 202-358-1106; FAX: 202-358-3987
>> Solar Physics Discipline Scientist
>> Program Scientist: Hinode, SDO, SOHO, RHESSI, TRACE