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19th International Workshop on Laser Ranging

Celebrating 50 Years of SLR: Remembering the Past and Planning for the Future

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Sunday, October 26, 2014
09:00 - 14:00 AWG meeting, Maryland Inn, Crown and Crab Room
14:00 - 16:30 Governing Board meeting, Maryland Inn, Crown and Crab Room
16:00 - 20:00 Registration and poster setup, Governor Calvert House
16:30 - 18:30 Program Committee meeting, Maryland Inn, Crown and Crab Room
Monday, October 27, 2014
Session 01: Welcome
Stephen Merkowitz/NASA GSFC, Chair
Michael Pearlman/SAO, Co-Chair
 
09:00 - 09:50 Workshop Welcome and Introduction
photo Stephen Merkowitz, Manager, NASA Space Geodesy Project
presentation photo Michael Pearlman, Director, ILRS Central Bureau
photo Giuseppe Bianco, Chair, ILRS Governing Board
photo Hansjörg Kutterer, Chair, GGOS Coordinating Board
Dr. Jack Kaye, Associate Director for Research, Earth Science Division, NASA Headquarters
photo Dr. John Kress, Interim Under Secretary for Science, Smithsonian Institution
photo Dr. Charles Alcock, Director, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
photo Victor Shargorodsky, OJC "RPC "PSI"
presentation photo 09:50 - 10:00 J. McGarry, C. Noll, Workshop Logistics
Session 02: Historical Perspectives
 
A review of 50 years of Satellite Laser Ranging, highlighting early technical and scientific achievements and international cooperation.
 
Michael Pearlman/SAO, Chair
John Degnan/Sigma Space Corp., Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 10:00 - 10:20 H. Plotkin, Genesis of Laser Satellite Tracking at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (3128)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 10:20 - 10:40 C. Lundquist, Evolution of Optical Satellite Tracking (3019)
  photos 10:40 - 11:00 Break
abstract icon presentation photos 11:00 - 11:20 G. Veis, From Optical Tracking to Laser Tracking - The Early Years of Satellite Geodesy (3023)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 11:20 - 11:40 F. Barlier, Early Satellite Laser Ranging for Geodesy at CNRS, CNES and ONERA in France (3108)
abstract icon presentation photos 11:40 - 12:00 J. Bosworth, The NASA Crustal Dynamics Project's Use of Satellite Laser Ranging to Meet its Multiple Objectives (3132)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 12:00 - 12:20 J. Faller, Lunar Laser Ranging (3127)
   
  12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
   
Session 03: Science through Missions
 
Presentations on the impact of satellite laser ranging support of missions through the last 50 years.
 
Giuseppe Bianco/ASI, Chair
Graham Appleby/NERC Space Geodesy Facility, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation photos 13:30 - 13:50 G. Neumann, Interplanetary Spacecraft Laser Ranging: The Quest for 1 AU. (3143)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 13:50 - 14:10 P. Exertier, Time Transfer by Laser Link (T2L2) : A way to synchronize laser ranging observatories at the ns level (3083)
abstract icon presentation photos 14:10 - 14:30 G. Beutler, GNSS for Positioning, Navigation, Timing, and Science (3135)
abstract icon presentation photos 14:30 - 14:50 R. Beard, The NAVSTAR 35 and 36 Laser Retro-reflector Experiments (3142)
abstract icon presentation photos 14:50 - 15:10 B. Tapley, Space Geodesy Contributions to Gravity Model Development (3129)
  15:10 - 15:40 Group Photo
  photos 15:40 - 16:10 Break
abstract icon presentation photos 16:10 - 16:30 Z. Altamimi, ITRF 2013 Analysis and SLR Contribution (3035)
abstract icon presentation photos 16:30 - 16:50 J.P. Berthias, SLR and Altimetry: A Success Story and a Lasting Partnership (3153)
abstract icon presentation photos 16:50 - 17:10 B. Schutz, The NASA Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite (ICESat) Series: Science, Data Products and Operations (3120)
abstract icon presentation photos 17:10 - 17:30 T. Murphy, Lunar Laser Ranging: Science and Status (3057)
   
  17:30 - 18:00 Poster Setup, Governor Calvert House Atrium
   
  photos 18:00 - 21:00 Icebreaker Recption, Governor Calvert House Atrium
   
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Session 04: SLR and Services Organizations
 
Presentations on the importance of satellite laser ranging to the IAG and GGOS.
 
Carey Noll/NASA GSFC, Chair
 
abstract icon presentation photos 08:00 - 08:20 G. Bianco, The International Laser Ranging Service: Past, Present and Future (3168)
abstract icon presentation photos 08:20 - 08:40 H. Kutterer, GGOS and the Importance of the Combination of Space Techniques (3164)
abstract icon presentation photos 08:40 - 09:00 P.E.O. Opseth, Status in the UN-GGIM initiative on a resolution for a global geodetic reference frame (3026)
   
Session 05: The Role of SLR in the Terrestrial Reference Frame Development
 
Presentations that highlight the use of laser ranging data for geophysical, planetary and fundamental physics research and classical areas of reference frame development and maintenance, precision orbit determination, gravitational modeling, and calibration of other techniques or instruments.
 
Erricos Pavlis/UMBC, Chair
Vincenza Luceri/e-GEOS S.p.A, ASI/CGS Matera, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 09:00 - 09:15 V. Luceri, The ILRS Contribution to the Development of ITRF2013 (3157)
abstract icon presentation photos 09:15 - 09:30 E. Pavlis, Modeling Improvements in the ILRS Reprocess for ITRF2013 Using the LAGEOS Satellites to Assess the Accuracy of ILRS Stations (3146)
abstract icon presentation photos 09:30 - 09:45 G. Appleby, Using the LAGEOS Satellites to Assess the Accuracy of ILRS Stations’ Observations During the Last Decade (3052)
abstract icon presentation photos 09:45 - 10:00 S. Kopeikin, Relativistic Aspects of SLR/GPS Geodesy (3144)
abstract icon presentation photos 10:00 - 10:15 D. Thaller, Pre-Combined GNSS-SLR Solutions for the ITRF2013 (3079)
abstract icon presentation photos 10:15 - 10:30 F. Deleflie, Impact of 25 Years of Etalon-1 and Etalon-2 Data (3081)
photos 10:30 - 11:00 Break
   
Session 06: The Role of SLR in Gravitational Earth Modeling
 
Presentations that highlight the use of laser ranging data for geophysical, planetary and fundamental physics research and classical areas of reference frame development and maintenance, precision orbit determination, gravitational modeling, and calibration of other techniques or instruments.
 
Horst Müller/DGFI, Chair
Shinichi Nakamura/JAXA, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 11:00 - 11:15 J. Ries, Satellite Laser Ranging Applications for Gravity Field Determination (3117)
abstract icon presentation photos 11:15 - 11:30 R. Gross, Mass Transport and Dynamics in the Earth System (3015)
abstract icon presentation photos 11:30 - 11:45 K. Matsuo, Geocenter Motion Driven by Large-Scale Mass Redistribution (3088) (presented by T. Otsubo)
abstract icon presentation photos 11:45 - 12:00 L. Petrov, The Use of Numerical Weather Models for SLR Data Analysis (3011)
abstract icon presentation photos 12:00 - 12:15 W. Qu, The Study on the Coefficients of the Earth's Gravity Using Scaled Sensitivity Matrix Method (3002)
abstract icon presentation photos 12:15 - 12:30 R. Govind, Assessing Orbit Quality Using SLR (3110)
 
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
 
Session 07: Advanced Technologies I
 
Presentations on new hardware, software and techniques for improvements in SLR performance and automation.
 
Zhang Zhongping/Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS, Chair
John Degnan/Sigma Space Corp., Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 13:30 - 13:45 Z. Fan (Z. You), Millijoules High Master-Slave Pulse Ratio 532 nm Picosecond Laser (3126) (presented by M. Wilkinson)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 13:45 - 14:00 T. Murphy, TBAD: Transponder-Based Aircraft Detector (3058)
abstract icon presentation photos 14:00 - 14:15 I. Blinov (I. Ignatenko), Metrological Provision of Uniformity Of Measurements of Time and Frequency in the Satellites Laser-Ranging Systems (3041)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 14:15 - 14:30 M. Sadovnikov, SLR Station of the New Generation for Time Transfer with Subnanosecond Accuracy and Ranging with Submillimeter Accuracy in Night and Daytime (3025)
abstract icon presentation paper 14:30 - 14:45 Z. Zhang, Laser Measurement to Space Targets by Using Dual-Receiving Telescopes and Transmitted from One of Systems (3032)
abstract presentation paper photos     G. Vallone (P. Villoresi), Quantum Communications Demonstrated For Satellite Downlink At MLRO (3062)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 14:45 - 15:00 A. Kloth, Development of a Full SLR Software Stack Based on Real-Time Linux and a New Version of the Potsdam Range Gate (movie) (3089)
15:00 - 15:30 Break
   
Session 08: Advanced Technologies II
 
Presentations on new hardware, software and techniques for improvements in SLR performance and automation.
 
Georg Kirchner/Austrian Academy of Sciences, Chair
Matt Wilkinson/NERC Space Geodesy Facility, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 15:30 - 15:45 M. Wilkinson, Upgrading kHz SLR at the SGF, Herstmonceux (3104)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 15:45 - 16:00 J. Degnan, A Proposed Multifunctional Multichannel Receiver for SGSLR (3020)
abstract icon paper 16:00 - 16:15 Z. Li, The Research of Rotating Shutter Control Method for 1.2m Telescope SLR System (3051)
abstract presentation paper photos     G. Kirchner, How to measure more than 110 satellites (movie)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:15 - 16:30 S. Riepl, First Results from the Satellite Observing System Wettzell (movie) (3131)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:30 - 16:45 C. Courde, Ideas of New Technological Developments for Future French SLR Stations (3091)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:45 - 17:00 E. Hoffman
Upgrades and New Capabilities of the GFZ SLR Timing System (3085)
abstract icon presentation paper     Modernization and Characterization of the Riga SLR Timing System (3086)
 
17:00 - 18:30 Missions Working Group Meeting, Abram Claude Room
18:30 - 20:00 Networks and Engineering Working Group Meeting, Abram Claude Room
 
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
 
07:00 Buses Depart, Governor Calvert House
photos photos 07:45 Buses Arrive, NASA GSFC Visitor Center
08:30 - 11:30 Tours of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) and Goddard Geophysical and Astronomical Observatory (GGAO)
 
photos Building 29: James Webb Space Telescope
photos Building 7: Integration and Testing
11:30 - 12:30 Lunch provided in Building 8 Auditorium
 
12:30 - 15:00 Tours of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) and Goddard Geophysical and Astronomical Observatory (GGAO)
 
photos GGAO: NGSLR
photos GGAO: VLBI
photos GGAO: MOBLAS-7
photos GGAO: GNSS
photos GGAO: 48-inch telescope
15:00 - 15:30 Break in Building 8 Auditorium
photos 15:30 - 15:45 Joint GSFC Engineering and Scientific Colloquium
Welcome: Chris Scolese, Director, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
presentation photos 15:45 - 17:00 John Degnan/SigmaSpace, NASA GSFC Retired
A Celebration of Fifty Years of Satellite Laser Ranging (video)
17:00 Buses Depart, NASA GSFC Building 8 Auditorium
18:00 Buses Arrive, Governor Calvert House
 
18:30 - 21:30 Poster Viewing Reception, Governor Calvert House Atrium
 
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Session 09: Networks and Core Sites
 
Presentations on new or improved SLR stations that will be co-located with the other space geodetic techniques. Included in this topic area is how the different techniques will work together (scheduling, RFI, etc.), surveying techniques for the sites, how the site ties will be obtained and maintained, and how the new Core Site Networks may be run.
 
Michael Pearlman/SAO, Chair
Stephen Merkowitz/NASA GSFC, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 08:00 - 08:15 M. Pearlman, The Role of CORE and Co-location Sites and the Activities Underway to Improve the Global Space Geodesy Network (3044)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 08:15 - 08:30 M. Sadovnikov, Stages of Development of Stations, Networks and SLR Usage Methods for Global Space Geodetic and Navigation Systems in Russia (3068) (presented by Kovalev)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 08:30 - 08:45 Z. Zhang, The Status and Plan of the Chinese SLR Network (3165) (presented by M. Pearlman)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 08:45 - 09:00 J. McGarry, Developing and Deploying NASA's Space Geodesy Satellite Laser Ranging (SGSLR) Systems (3018)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 09:00 - 09:15 T. Varghese, Testing and Benchmarking the NASA SGSLR Systems at the 1mm Level Prior to Field Deployment (3119)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 09:15 - 09:30 J. Esper, NASA's Next Generation Space Geodesy Network Typical Core Site Requirements and Layout (3151)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 09:30 - 09:45 P.E.O. Opseth, Status of the establishment of a core site in Ny-Ålesund (3027)
09:45 - 10:15 Break
   
Session 10: New Applications: Space Debris
 
Presentations on synergies between SLR and orbital debris.
 
Chris Moore/Electro Optic Systems Pty Ltd, Chair
Ivan Prochazka/Technical University of Prague, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation photos 10:15 - 10:30 B. Greene, Laser Ranging for the Precision Orbit Determination and Remote Maneuver of Space Debris (3094)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 10:30 - 10:45 H. Wirnsberger, Space Debris Orbit Predictions using Bi-static Laser Observations. Case Study: ENVISAT (3017)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 10:45 - 11:00 G. Kirchner, Infrared Laser Ranging to Space Debris – a Chance for ILRS (3009)
   
Session 11: New Applications: Time Transfer
 
Presentations on synergies between SLR and time transfer.
 
P. Exertier/OCA/CERGA/GRGS, Chair
H. Kunimori/NICT, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 11:00 - 11:15 A. Schlicht, Concept for a Geodetic and Time Reference in Space (3075)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 11:15 - 11:30 I. Prochazka, Calibration of SLR System Delays for the European Laser Timing Reaching 20 ps Accuracy (3006)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 11:30 - 11:45 J. Kodet, SLR and GNSS Co-location and Delay Control for the Application of Laser Time Transfer (3005)
   
11:45 - 12:45 Lunch
   
Session 12: From GNSS to Lunar
 
Presentations related to the ground or space segments of satellite laser ranging from GNSS altitude satellites, through geosynchronous.
 
Andrey Sokolov/OJC "RPC "PSI", Chair
Scott Wetzel/HTSI, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 12:45 - 13:00 M. Pearlman, Early Results from New Initiatives on SLR Tracking of GNSS and Synchronous Satellites (3114)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 13:00 - 13:15 A. Sokolov, New ideas in retroreflector array development (3024)
abstract icon presentation photos 13:15 - 13:30 L. Thomas, Status of the GPS III Laser Retroreflector Array (3053)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 13:30 - 13:45 S. Kasho, Accuracy Evaluation of QZS-1 Precise Ephemerides with Satellite Laser Ranging (3067)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 13:45 - 14:00 A. Boni, Thermal and Optical characterization of a GNSS Retroreflector Array at the SCF Lab (3082)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 14:00 - 14:15 K. Sosnica, Processing 20 Years of SLR Observations to GNSS Satellites (3070)
14:15 - 14:45 Break
   
Session 13: Lunar Laser Ranging
 
Presentations related to advances in Lunar Laser Ranging.
 
Jürgen Müller/Leibniz Universitat Hannover, Chair
Ludwig Combrink/HRAO, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 14:45- 15:00 T. Murphy, APOLLO: Performance and Findings (3061)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 15:00 - 15:15 C. Courde (J.-M. Torre), French LLR Station Status and New Project (3016)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 15:15 - 15:30 J. Müller, Earth Orientation and Relativity Parameters Determined from LLR Data (3033)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 15:30 - 15:45 M. Martini, Test of General Relativity Using Lunar Laser Ranging Data and the Planetary Ephemeris Program (3148)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 15:45 - 16:00 A. Bourgoin, New dynamical relativistic modeling of the Moon in POLAC group (SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris) (3092)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:00 - 16:15 D. Currie, Atmospheric Effects and the Ultimate Ranging Accuracy for Lunar Laser Ranging (3055)
   
Session 14: Planetary and Transponder Ranging
 
Presentations on synergies between SLR and planetary and transponder ranging.
 
Ulrich Schreiber/BKG/Geodaetisches Observatorium Wettzell, Chair
Jan McGarry/NASA GSFC, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:15 - 16:30 S. Bauer, Application of one-way laser ranging data to LRO into orbit determination (3124)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:30 - 16:45 D. Dirkx, Simulated Comparative Analysis of One- and Two-Way Planetary Laser Ranging Systems (3101)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 16:45 - 17:00 S. Dell'Agnello, NASA-SSERVI and INFN Partnership "Springlets": Solar system Payloads of laser Retroreflectors of INfn for General reLativity, Exploration and planeTary Science (3100)
   
  photos 17:00 - 18:30 Data Formats and Procedures Working Group Meeting, Abram Claude Room
photos 17:00 - 18:30 Transponders Working Group Meeting, Sarah Ball Room
   
photos 19:00 - 22:00 Workshop Banquet, Pusser’s Caribbean Grille
  Keynote Speaker: Dr. Piers Sellers/NASA GSFC
Deputy Director, Sciences and Exploration Directorate, NASA Astronaut
   
Friday, October 31, 2014
Session15: Operations
 
Presentations on the best practices for station engineers and operators, solution to common station problems, how to maintain station stability, and how to interact with the analysts in determining station bias and RMS.
 
Toshimichi Otsubo/Hitotsubashi University, Chair
David McCormick/NASA GSFC, Co-Chair
 
abstract icon presentation paper photos 08:00 - 08:10 R. Ricklefs, ILRS Station Configuration Tracking (3123)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 08:10 - 08:20 T. Otsubo, Two-fold Quality Assessment of Global SLR Data (3036)
abstract icon presentation paper 08:20 - 08:30 M. Wilkinson, Plotting NP range residuals - SGF web development (movie) (3125)
abstract icon presentation 08:30 - 08:40 E. Pavlis, Station Performance Assessment Tools for the ILRS Stations (3160)
abstract icon presentation 08:40 - 08:50 G. Appleby, Satellite Interleaving and Real-time Normal Point Data-Quantity Monitoring (3059)
abstract icon presentation photos 08:50 - 09:00 J. Woo, Station Procedures (3029)
abstract icon presentation paper 09:00 - 09:10 J. Torre, Station best practice and requests (3130)
abstract icon presentation photos 09:10 - 09:20 G. Kirchner, SLR Calibration Issues - Example: Graz (3154)
abstract icon presentation paper photos 09:20 - 09:30 I. Prochazka, Geometry bias in a short baseline ground calibration (3097)
09:30 - 10:00 Break
   
Session 16: Workshop Closing
 
Session summaries, issues, resolutions, and actions.
 
Michael Pearlman/SAO, Chair
Jan McGarry/NASA GSFC, Carey Noll/NASA GSFC, Co-Chairs
 
  photos 10:00 - 11:00 Session summaries
  11:00 - 12:00 Working Group summaries
  12:00 - 12:30 Workshop closing
   
  12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
   
Session 17: Operations Clinics
 
Interactive sessions with station operators and analysts.
 
David McCormick/NASA GSFC, Chair
Toshimichi Otsubo/Hitotsubashi University, Co-Chair
Jean-Marie Torre/OCA, Chair
Mark Torrence/SGT, Co-Chair
 
  presentation paper photos 13:30 - 17:00 Station clinics
  presentation paper Clinic 1: Operations center review/issues, quarantine H. Mueller
  presentation Clinic 2: ILRS station configuration tracking R. Ricklefs, J. Horvath
  presentation paper Clinic 3: Two-fold quality, report card review T. Otsubo, M. Torrence
  presentation paper Clinic 4: NPT residuals, SGF website M. Wilkinson
  presentation paper Clinic 5: Interleaving and real-time NPT monitoring G. Appleby
  presentation paper Clinic 6: Safety best practice C. Quinn
  presentation paper Clinic 7: JCET website, tools review E. Pavlis
  paper Clinic 8: Engineering best practices, calibration J.M. Torre, I. Prochazka, G. Kirchner
     
    15:00 - 15:30 Break
   

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Posters

Workshop Venue Posters
   
  poster The Early Days of Satellite Laser Ranging
  poster Fifty Years of Satellite Laser Ranging
  poster Workshop Poster
   
Session 02: Historical Perspectives Posters
   
abstract icon C. Schwatke, Historical development of the SLR data holding at EDC between 1976 and 2014 (3010)
abstract icon poster paper J. Kostelecky, 1970 - First Laser Ranging in Czechoslovakia (3022)
abstract icon poster paper icon E. Kattimuthu, 40 Years of SLR in India (Remembering the Past) (3034)
abstract icon Ya. Blagodyr, History of the "Lviv-1831" SLR station at Lviv, Ukraine (3039)
abstract icon poster paper C. Noll, Satellite Laser Ranging Tracking Through the Years (3046)
abstract icon poster M. Abele, Satellite Laser Ranging in the University of Latvia since 1975 (3102)
abstract icon poster paper M. Ploner, History of the Laser Observations at Zimmerwald (3116)
abstract icon poster P. Dunn, Arequipa's Contribution to the ILRS Network (3121)
abstract icon P. Yanyachi, Arequipa Satellite Tracking Station (3122)
   
Session 05 and 06: Science Posters
     
abstract icon poster A. Pacheco, Earth Orientation Parameters (EOP's) using SLR data from ILRS 7406 station at San Juan - Argentina (3013)
abstract icon poster paper E. Park, Preliminary Performance Analysis for the Korean SLR Station "DAEDEOK-73592601" (3064)
abstract icon poster paper Y. Kim, Precise Orbit Determination and Measurement Bias Analysis for Starlette with Satellite Laser Ranging of The Korean SLR Station "DAEDEOK-73592601" ” (3071)
abstract icon poster paper K. Sosnica, Earth Rotation and Gravity Field Parameters from Satellite Laser Ranging (3072)
abstract icon poster M. Bloßfeld, LOD systematics from SLR observations (3074)
abstract icon poster K. Ebauer, Impact of atmospheric effects on SLR-derived parameters (3078)
abstract icon K. Ebauer, Geodetic parameters estimation from processing of LAGEOS and LEO SLR data (3080)
abstract icon poster I. Fausk, Combining SLR with VLBI, DORIS and GPS in the GEOSAT software (3096)
abstract icon poster P. Dunn, Etalon and Ajisai Observations from NASA's SLR Network (3138)
abstract icon poster paper D. Kucharski, Submillimeter SLR: Ajisai as the Zero-Signature Geodetic Satellite (3021)
abstract icon poster paper T. Otsubo, Systematic Range Error 2013-2014 (3141)
abstract icon poster paper D. Lucchesi, Testing Fundamental Physics with Satellite Laser Ranging: Perspectives and Goals of the LARASE Experiment (3109)
abstract icon poster E. Tcyba, Associate Analysis Center of VNIIFTRI (3103)
abstract icon poater paper X. Wang, Introduction on ILRS SHAO Analysis Center and Products (3112)
abstract icon H. Oh, Orbit Determination of Korea Regional Navigation Satellite System by Using Satellite Laser Ranging (3145) (WITHDRAWN)
abstract icon P. Yanyachi, Laser Ranging and GPS Measurements to Misti, Chachani, Pichu Pichu Volcanoes and Surrounding Hills, and Applications of Precise Positioning to Monitoring of Volcanic Deformation and Seismic Risk (3155)
   
Sessions 07 and 08: Advanced Technologies Posters
       
abstract icon poster paper L. Combrinck, Development of a high accuracy, user friendly Lunar Laser Ranging telescope steering and pointing software package at HartRAO (3004)
abstract icon poster paper I. Prochazka, Dark Count Rate Reduction of the SPAD Detection Package for SLR (3007)
abstract icon poster paper R. Ricklefs, Software Reuse in the ILRS Network (3008)
abstract icon poster paper S. Ndlovu, An Estimation of the Number of Expected Returned Photons for the HartRAO Lunar Laser Ranger System (3012)
abstract icon poster paper H. Zhang, The Research on Key Technology of 1064nm Wavelength SLR and Measurement Experiment (3030)
abstract icon A. Goncharov, The Laser Station Synchronization and Reference Frequency System and Its Metrological Support (3042)
abstract icon poster paper D. Arnold, Final Transfer Function of the LARES retroreflector array (3047)
abstract icon poster M. Choi, Development of the Automatic Transmitter/Receiver Alignment System (ATRAS) for ARGO-M (3063)
abstract icon poster paper J. Näränen, A New Toolset for Passive Monitoring of Air Traffic and Sky Conditions at Metsähovi Station, Finland (3073)
abstract icon poster S. Bang, A-RGG development for 10 kHz Laser Ranging of Daedeok station (3077)
abstract icon poster V. Vedin, New USB version of the Riga Event Timer and additional Software Support for Linux (3098)
abstract icon poster paper M. Wilkinson, ADS-B In-sky Safety - Making listen2planes Package Available to Download (3099)
abstract icon poster paper C. Clarke, Background Noise Suppression for Increased Data Acceptance (3118)
abstract icon poster paper J. Horvath, Automating NASA's Space Geodesy Satellite Laser Ranging (SGSLR) Seystem (3136)
abstract icon C. Moore, Laser Development for Kilohertz Ranging at the US Naval Research Laboratory (3149)
abstract icon paper R. Preston, Analysis of ILRS data from STPSat-2 Retro-reflector (3156)
abstract icon poster H. Kunimori, Range Gate Generator with Pulse Position Modulation Capability (3159)
abstract icon poster paper J. Kilmer, Lasers for Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR) Applications (3162)
abstract icon paper V. Vasiliev, Retroreflector Using a Birefrigent Wedge for Efficient Velocity Aberration Compensation (3167)
   
Session 09: Networks and Core Sites Posters
     
abstract icon poster R. Podestá, Local Ties to determine the Co-location vector from the SLR telescope and GPS antenna in San Juan, Argentina (3014)
abstract icon poster paper C. Noll, SLR, GNSS, VLBI, and DORIS Networks: ILRS+IGS+IVS+IDS (3048)
abstract icon poster paper A. Raja-Halli, Progress Report on the New SLR System of GGOS'S Core Site Metsähovi, Finland (3090)
abstract icon poster paper J. Cheek, SGSLR Computer Design (3093)
abstract icon poster paper G. Appleby, Relative height surveying of geodetic monuments at the SGF Herstmonceux, UK (3105)
abstract icon poster paper S. Merkowitz, NASA's Next Generation Space Geodesy Network (3150)
   
Session 10: New Applications: Space Debris Posters
       
abstract icon poster paper M. Shappirio, Tracking Orbital Debris in a Busy Airspace Environment (3115)
abstract icon paper Q. Li, Space Debris Laser Ranging at Yunnan Observatories (3049)
abstract icon poster paper C. Liu, Laser Ranging on Space Debris with the Changchun SLR station (3066)
abstract icon poster paper S. Lakshminarayana, Send off to Space Debris using LASER Techniques (3003)
   
Session 11: New Applications: Time Transfer Posters
       
abstract icon poster paper D. Mao, Time-transfer experiments between satellite laser ranging ground stations via one-way laser ranging to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (3060)
abstract icon poster C. Courde, Comparison Campaigns of Time Transfer Techniques Between Calibrated Observatories (3161)
   
Session 12: From GNSS to Lunar Posters
   
abstract icon C. Zhao, BDS Satellite Orbit and Clock Determination based on MGEX Data (3037)
abstract icon poster paper X. Han, Daylight tracking GNSS in the Changchun SLR station (3065)
abstract icon D. Currie, Science Trades for Weight and Deployment of the LLRRA-21 (3106)
abstract icon V. Glotov, Some Results of the GLONASS SLR Data Analysis in IAC PNT (3140)
abstract icon poster S. Dell'Agnello, "Laser Ranging to Galileo", an ASI-INFN Project of the Italian Ministry of Research (3147)
   
Session 13: Lunar Laser Ranging Posters
       
abstract icon poster paper Yu. Kokurin, LLR (Lunar Laser Ranging) in the Physical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (3040)
abstract icon poster paper M. Aimar, ODISSEE, a Promising Tool for Lunar Laser Ranging (3113)
   
Session 14: Planetary and Transponder Ranging Posters
       
abstract icon poster paper D. Dirkx, Influence of Atmospheric Turbulence on Planetary Transceiver Laser Ranging (3087)
abstract icon poster paper D. Mao, Summary of Ground Station Performance in 5 years of Laser Ranging Operation to Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (3158)
   
Session 15: Operations Posters
     
abstract icon poster J. Woo, Developments at the NASA SLR OC (3028)
abstract icon poster paper Z. Wu, Current status in Shanghai SLR station (3031)
abstract icon F. Qu, Comparison of Different Frequency Laser Ranging (3038)
abstract icon poster paper C. Noll, Recent CDDIS Developments (3043)
abstract icon poster paper C. Noll, The ILRS Website's Site Log Viewer Application (3045)
abstract icon Y. Xiong, The Status and Plans of Satellite Laser Ranging at Yunnan Observatories (3050)
abstract icon poster J. Griffiths, Preliminary Bias Estimates for SLR Observations at Stafford, Virginia (3054)
abstract icon poster W. Smith, Status of SLR upgrades at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory's Optical Test Facility (3056)
abstract icon poster R. Carman, Remote Control and Safety Upgrades at the Yarragadee MOBLAS-5 Station (3069)
abstract icon poster paper S. Yu, Daekdeok Station Receive Optical System Upgrade (3076)
abstract icon poster F. Deleflie, Dissemination of SLR data-related products through a Virtual Observatory: developments 2014-2015 (3084)
abstract icon poster J. del Pino, A format proposal for reporting SLR-Airspace interaction Events (3107)
abstract icon poster J. del Pino, A Spreadsheet tool for the visualization of long term calibration series parameters (3111)
abstract icon poster paper C. Moore, Start Detector Time Walk Compensation (3133)
abstract icon poster paper J. Luck, The Importance of Minicos (3134)
abstract icon poster paper Y. Kim, A Status Report on KASI Prediction Center (KAS) (3137)
abstract icon poster E. Pavlis, A Multi-platform Package for the Visualization of the ILRS QC Reports (3139)
abstract icon poster M. Torrence, The ILRS "Global Report Card" (3163)
abstract icon poster J. Woo, Tracking Statistics for High Performing SLR Stations (3166)
   
Session 18: New Applications: Laser Communications (Poster Only)
     
abstract icon poster D.H. Phung, DOMINO: Laser Communication between SOTA, onboard SOCRATES satellite, and MEO Optical Ground Station (3095)
   

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