Archive | April, 2017

Talk at the Museum of Natural History

On April 14, 2017, Azadeh Keivani was invited to give a talk at the American Museum of Natural History. In this talk, Azadeh introduced AMON, its science case, design elements, partner observatories, and the status of the project to the bright scientists at the museum’s department of astrophysics. Among the audience, there was Galileo Galilei, listening […]

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Talk by Jimmy at IGC

On Monday April 10th, Jimmy DeLaunay was invited to talk about AMON at the Primordial Universe and Gravity (PUG) seminar series, hosted by the IGC. He gave an overview of the motivations for and current status of multimessenger astronomy, including details about the search for cosmic particle accelerators and IceCube’s recent discovery of the diffuse […]

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Talk by Azadeh at Goddard

On April 7, 2017, Azadeh Keivani was invited to present AMON at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Her talk focused on the recent results of AMON realtime and archival analysis. The presence of Swift and Fermi scientists in the audience created interesting discussions about followup observations of the two NASA satellites as well as brainstorming ideas for […]

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