By Michael Banks
I will be leaving for Florida tomorrow morning for the 216th American Astronomical Meeting (AAS) in Miami, which begins next week.
After promising my colleagues that I will be attending the talks and not spending most of my time blogging from Miami beach, I have just put the finishing touches on the schedule for what promises to be an intensive week of astronomy.
Top of the agenda are early results from the European Space Agency’s Herschel satellite and NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer as well as the status of the European Southern Observatory’s Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, which is currently being built in northern Chile.
But that’s not all; there will also be a whole host of talks on NASA’s Solar Dynamics Laboratory as well as the continuing search for exoplanets.
So keep tabs on physicsworld.com for all the latest news from the AAS meeting.