GLAST Delayed

During a NASA Town Hall meeting at AAS Dr. Morse made mention of GLAST being pushed back from June 5th until the 6th or 7th due to issues with the Delta II rocket. I later confirmed with Dr. Jon Morse that GLAST is being pushed back until at least the 6th or 7th of June. Upon further questioning Dr. Morse said the delay is because the close out operations for the Delta II rocket aren’t yet complete. Apparently the Air Force would like to see a more rigorous close out operation for this particular mission. Scott

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AAS Day 1: New Media at IYA on YouTube

Michael Koppelman took this nifty YouTube of yours truly. We’ll be streaming on UStream more about this at 2pm Central.

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AAS Day 1: Join Us Online!

Welcome to day 1 of the American Astronomical Society Meeting in St Louis, MO. It’s 7am, and the day is about to begin, but before I go off and hang posters I want to give you a heads up on today’s events. Over on Astronomy Cast Live a whole cast of characters are covering this meeting in all manner of ways. Here are a couple highlights: 11:30 Central Time is the IYA Plenary sessions announcing our US programs 12:45 Central Time NASA town hall meeting (Don’t know if it’s Griffin or  not) 2:00 Central Time New Media Special Session, which we will UStream Press Conferences: 9:30, 11:30 (We will try and UStream these, but I’m not sure we’ll have enough internet) In addition, we’d like feed back on how we’re doing....

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