Oral Program AM1

AM1

Amateur and citizens collaborations in small bodies, terrestrial, giant and exo planets professional studies
Convener: M. Delcroix 
Co-Conveners: C. Pellier , R. Hueso , P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher , F. Braga-Ribas 
Session details
Oral Program
 / Thu, 01 Oct, 14:00–16:30 / Room Mars
Poster Program
 / Attendance Thu, 01 Oct, 17:45–19:15 / Poster Area
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Thursday, 01 Oct 2015
Room: Mars
Chairperson: Marc Delcroix
Observing campaigns (past and future)

14:00–14:15
EPSC2015-50
The results of the 2015 campaign of observation of mutual events of the Jovian satellites
J.E. ARLOT, E. SAQUET, and N. EMELIANOV
14:15–14:30
EPSC2015-619
Jupiter’s Galilean satellites mutual events as a teaching tool
J.F. Rojas and A. Sanchez-Lavega
14:30–14:45
EPSC2015-379
The Campaign for the Occultation of UCAC4-347-165728 (R=12m2) by Pluto on June 29th, 2015
W. Beisker, B. Sicardy, D. Berard, E. Meza, D. Herald, D. Gault, J. Talbot, H.-J. Bode, F. Braga-Ribas, T. Barry, J. Broughton, W. Hanna, J. Bradshaw, S. Kerr, and H. Pavlov
14:45–15:00
EPSC2015-140
Virtual Observatory tools and Amateur Radio Observations Supporting Scientific Analysis of Jupiter Radio Emissions
B. Cecconi, S L G Hess, P Le Sidaner, R Savalle, S Erard, A Coffre, E Thétas, N André, V Génot, J Thieman, D Typinski, J Sky, and C Higgins
15:00–15:15
EPSC2015-799 | Presentation
How Amateur Astronomers Can Support the Juno Mission
M. Delcroix and G. Orton
15:15–15:30
Discussion on possible amateur support to planetary probe missions (Juno, Exomars 2016, Rosetta, Akatsuki, ...)

Coffee break
Chairperson: Marc Delcroix
Observations from amateurs and their analysis

16:00–16:15
EPSC2015-46
Circulation of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot measured from amateur and Hubble images
J. Rogers and M. Jacquesson
16:15–16:30
EPSC2015-339 | Presentation
2014 Uranus storm activity observations by amateur astronomers
M. Delcroix
Pro-Am collaborative observatory

16:30–16:45
EPSC2015-913
The “Station de Planétologie des Pyrénées” (S2P), a collaborative science program in the course of a long history at Pic du Midi observatory.
F. Colas, A. Klotz, F. Vachier, M. Birlan, B. Sicardy, and J. Lecacheux and the The Station de Planetologie