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Monday, October 10
Session 00: Introduction and invited talks
  presentation     09:00 - 09:30   Introduction
presentation   09:30 - 09:45   ILRS Overview
  presentation   09:45 - 10:00   The Role of GGOS, Robert Heinkelmann/GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
abstract presentation   10:00 - 10:30   Reference Frames for science and society and the fundamental contribution of Satellite Laser Ranging to the ITRF (Invited) - Zuheir Altamimi/IGN, Paris
abstract presentation   10:30 - 11:00   Laser Ranging Contributions to Earth Rotation Studies (Invited) - Richard Gross/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena
  11:00 - 11:30   Coffee Break
Session 01: Strategies and priorities for laser ranging
Chairs: M. Pearlman, C. Noll, V. Shargorodsky, P. Bianco
 
abstract presentation 01:30 - 11:45   Strategies and Priorities for Laser Ranging - Michael Pearlman/Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
abstract presentation paper 11:45 - 12:00   Methods for coordinate and time data collection in the laser station "Tochka" - Sergey Martynov/Precision Systems Instruments, Moscow
abstract presentation paper 12:00 - 12:15   Multi-satellite tracking at SGF Herstmonceux - Rob Sherwood/SGF Herstmonceux, Hailsham
abstract presentation 12:15 - 12:30   NASA SLR Network scheduling and considerations for improvement - David McCormick/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract presentation paper 12:30 - 12:45   Yarragadee SLR station (MOBLAS-5) scheduling and optimal tracking strategies - Randall Carman/Geoscience, Australia
abstract presentation paper   12:45 - 13:00   Simulation of realistic SLR observations to optimize tracking scenarios - Florian Andritsch/University Berne
abstract presentation 13:00 - 13:15   Satellite laser ranging network: Where should a new station be placed? - Toshimichi Otsubo/Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
    13:15 - 13:20   Poster Session 1 Brief
    13:20 - 14:15   Lunch
Session 02: Progress in laser ranging analysis
Chairs: E. Pavlis, C. Luceri, M. Bloßfeld
 
abstract presentation 14:15 - 14:45   Contribution of consistent laser observations to Earth system sciences - Mathis Bloßfeld/DGFI TUM
abstract presentation paper 14:45 - 15:00   Reconciling Estimates of Annual Geocenter Motion from Space Geodesy - John C Ries/ Center for Space Research, Austin
abstract presentation paper 15:00 - 15:15   Accuracy of adopted centre of mass corrections for the Etalon geodetic satellites - José Rodríguez/BGS Space Geodesy Facility
abstract presentation 15:15 - 15:30 SLR parameter estimation under the influence of mass redistributions - Matthias Weigelt/BKG, Frankfurt
abstract presentation paper 15:30 - 15:50 A new general model for the evolution of the Spin vector of the two LAGEOS satellites and LARES and the LARASE research program - Lucchesi D.M./INFN and INAF/IAPS, Rome
  15:50 - 16:20   Coffee break
  16:20 - 18:00 Poster Session: Addendum posters to the oral sessions(8)
Poster Session: General topics in laser ranging (23)
18:00 - 21:00   Ice Breaker Event
 
 
Tuesday, October 11
  08:00 - 09:00   Registration
abstract presentation paper 09:00 - 09:30   Ranging the GNSS Constellation (Invited) - Urs Hugentobler/Technical University Munich
Session 03: Co-locations and other intra- and inter- technique calibrations
Chairs: J. Long, J. Eckl, U. Schreiber
 
abstract presentation 09:30 - 09:45   The current state of ground surveys - Sten Bergstrand/SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
abstract presentation   09:14 - 10:00   Systematic Bias Elimination by Co-locations as well as by Intra- and Inter- Technique Closure Measurements - Ulrich Schreiber/Technical University Bad Koetzting
abstract presentation 10:00 - 10:15   Multi-Technique Ground Target - Jan Kodet/Technical University Munich
abstract presentation paper 10:15 - 10:30   NASA's Next Generation Space Geodesy Co-located Sites - Stephen Merkowitz/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract presentation 10:30 - 10:45   SGSLR Site Preparation and Deployment Plans for the First Set of SGSLR Systems - Scott Wetzel/Honeywell, Lanham
abstract presentation paper 10:45 - 11:00   New face of the Borowiec Satellite Laser Ranging Station - Pawel Lejba/Space Research Center, Kornik
11:00 - 11:30   Coffee break
Session 04: Current trends in lunar ranging
Chairs: L. Combrinck, J.-M. Torre, H. Noda
 
abstract presentation paper 11:30 - 11:45   Timing Calibration of the APOLLO Experiment - James Battat/Wellesley College
abstract presentation 11:45 - 12:00   Lunar laser ranging In Infrared - Clement Courde/Geoazur, Caussols
abstract presentation 12:00 - 12:15   Geopositioning and precision validation of landing locations on the Moon using LRO NAC images and LRRRs - B. Liu/Chinese Academy Sciences, Beijing
abstract presentation paper 12:15 - 12:30   Determining parameters of the Moon's orbital and rotational motion from LLR observations using GRAIL and IERS-recommended models - Vladimir Suvorkin/Institute Applied Astronomy, St. Petersburg
abstract presentation 12:30 - 12:45   Update of the IfE LLR analysis model and new fit of relativistic parameters - Franz Hofmann/Institut f. Erdmessung, Hannover
abstract presentation paper 12:45 - 13:00   New results for the INPOP lunar ephemerides : new modelings for the inner structure and IR LLR data - Agnes Fienga/CNRS Geoazur, Valbonne
abstract presentation paper 13:00 - 13:15   Parameters of new version of Lunar Ephemeris EPM2015 at the base of LLR observations 1970-2016 years - Yagudina E./Institute Applied Astronomy, St. Petersburg
  13:15 - 13:20   Poster Session 2 Brief
  13:20 - 14:20   Lunch
  presentation 14:20 - 14:30   Clinic intro in main auditorium and move to 1st clinic station
presentation 14:30 - 14:55   Clinic session 1 of 6
presentation 14:55 - 15:20   Clinic session 2 of 6
presentation 15:20 - 15:45   Clinic session 3 of 6
15:45 - 16:15   Coffee Break
presentation 16:15 - 16:45   Poster Session - ILRS mission posters (10)
Clinic Session 4 of 6
presentation 16:45 - 17:10   Clinic Session 5 of 6
presentation 17:10 - 17:35   Clinic Session 6 of 6
presentation 17:35 - 17:45   Clinic Summary in auditorium
presentation 18:30     Missions Committee Meeting
 
 
Wednesday, October 12
presentation 08:00 - 09:00   Networks and Engineering Committe Meeting
abstract presentation 09:00 - 09:30   The contributions of Satellite Laser Ranging to Satellite Altimetry (Invited) - Frank Lemoine/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
Session 05: Automation of laser ranging systems
Chairs: Ch. Moore, P. Lauber, J. McGarry
 
abstract presentation paper 09:30 - 09:45   Trials and limits of automation: Experiences from the Zimmerwald well characterized and fully automated SLR-system - Pierre Lauber/University Berne
abstract presentation paper 09:45 - 10:00   Current status of automation of the SLRsystems at the Geodetic Observatory Wettzell - A. Neidhardt/FESG, TU of Munich
abstract presentation 10:00 - 10:15   Autonomous tracking with High Repetition Rate Systems - Stefan Riepl/BKG, Bad Koetzting
abstract presentation 10:15 - 10:30   Towards optimal pass scheduling for SLR - Jens Steinborn/DiGOS Potsdam GmbH
abstract presentation 10:30 - 10:40   Designing NASA's Next Generation SLR stations with the goal of full automation - Jan McGarry/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract presentation paper 10:40 - 10:50   Progress on the multifunctional range receiver for SGSLR - John Degnan/Sigma Space Corporation, Lanham
abstract presentation paper 10:50 - 11:00   An upgraded SGSLR link analysis which includes the effects of atmospheric scintillation and target speckle - John Degnan/Sigma Space Corporation, Lanham
  11:00 - 11:30   Coffee break
 
Session 06: Understanding and addressing SLR station systematics
Chairs: T. Otsubo, M. Wilkinson, I. Prochazka
 
abstract presentation paper 11:30 - 11:50   Systematics at the SGF, Herstmonceux - Matthew Wilkinson/Space Geodesy Facility, Hailsham
abstract presentation paper 11:50 - 12:05   Identification and calibration of one-way systematic biases in SLR system - Ivan Prochazka/Czech Technical University
abstract presentation paper 12:05 - 12:15   New external calibration target on 1824 - Mykhaylo Medvedskyy/Main Astronomical Observatory, Kiev
abstract presentation paper 12:15 - 12:25   Improvements of Changchun SLR Station - Xue Dong/Changchun Observatory
abstract presentation link to paper 12:25 - 12:40   Assessing and enforcing single-photon returns: Poisson filtering - José Rodríguez/BGS Space Geodesy Facility
abstract presentation paper 12:40 - 12:45   Detection of various SLR systematic errors for mm accuracy - Toshimichi Otsubo/Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
abstract presentation 12:45 - 12:55   Quality control and bias analysis at DGFI-TUM - Horst Müller/DGFI-TUM, Munich
abstract presentation 12:55 - 13:00   JCET Station Performance Assessment Tools for the ILRS Stations - Erricos C. Pavlis/Center Earth Systems Technology, Baltimore
  13:00 - 14:00   Lunch break
abstract presentation 14:00 - 14:15   Assessment of systematic error estimation - Vincenza Luceri/e-GEOS S.p.A., Matera
abstract presentation paper 14:15 - 14:30   Ranging error determination using geodetic satellites in support of altimeter mission precise orbit determination - Franck Reinquin CNES/GRGS, Toulouse
abstract presentation 14:30 - 14:45   SLR signature effect for Galileo with a focus on satellites launched into incorrect orbital planes - Krzysztof Sosnica/Wroclaw University
15:15 - 14:45   Bus transfer to boat trip
16:00   Boat trip
 
 
Thursday, October 13
abstract presentation 09:00 - 09:30   On the principles of satellite-based Gravity Field Determination with special focus on the Satellite Laser Ranging technique (Invited) - Christoph Förste/GFZ, Potsdam
 
Session 07: Advances in laser ranging technology and new applications
Chairs: F. Koidl, Z. Zhongping, E. Hoffman
 
abstract presentation 09:30 - 09:50   Optical metrology in space geodesy - Ulrich Schreiber/Technical University, Bad Koetzting
abstract presentation 09:50 - 10:05   The Gimbal and Telescope Assembly for NASA's Next Generation Space Geodesy SLR Systems - H. Donovan/NASA SGSLR, Lanham
abstract presentation paper 10:05 - 10:20   SGSLR Range Control Electronics Design and Implementation - Evan Hoffman/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract presentation 10:20 - 10:35   1064nm Laser Ranging Experiment using Superconducting nanowire single photon detector at Kunming SLR Station - Honglin Fu/Yunnan Observatories
abstract presentation paper 10:35 - 10:45   Advances in laser ranging technology at CTU in Prague and new SLR applications - Ivan Prochazka/Czech Technical University
abstract presentation paper 10:45 - 11:00   The Impact of Single Photon SLR Technology on Large Scale Topo-Bathymetric Mapping - John Degnan/Sigma Space Corporation, Lanham
  11:00 - 11:30   Coffee break
abstract presentation paper 11:30 - 11:45   Recent achievements in mono-static, high repetition rate ranging at the WLRS - Johann Eckl/BKG, Bad Koetzting
abstract presentation 11:45 - 12:00   Tracking up to geostationary satellites with 15uJ laser and 70cm standard astronomical telescope - Peiyuan Wang/Austrian Academy of Sciences
abstract presentation 12:00 - 12:15   Concept of a modular, multi-laser, multi-purpose SLR station - Georg Kirchner/Austrian Academy of Sciences
abstract presentation paper 12:15 - 12:30   The Italian Ministry of Research's Project 'Laser Ranging to Galileo' - L. Porcelli/INFN-LNF, Frascati
abstract presentation 12:30 - 12:45   Monolithic high energy picosecond laser sources for laser ranging applications - Andreas Boerner/InnoLas Laser GmbH, Krailling
abstract presentation paper 12:45 - 13:00   Satellite Laser Ranging with a fibre-based transmitter - Daniel Hampf/DLR, Stuttgart
abstract presentation 13:00 - 13:15   Advanced Solid State Lasers for Space Tracking - Yue Gao/EOS and SERC, Canberra
  13:15 - 13:20   Poster Session 3 - Brief
  13:20 - 14:15   Lunch break
Session 08: Advances in retroreflector arrays and their modeling
Chairs: L. Grunwaldt, A. Sokolov, S. Wetzel
 
abstract presentation paper 14:15 - 14:30   Reducing the satellite contribution to range error - John J. Degnan/Sigma Space Corporation, Lanham
abstract presentation paper 14:30 - 14:45   LAGEOS-2 and Circular Polarization - David Arnold/Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
abstract presentation paper 14:45 - 15:00   Preliminary results of the laser ranging space experiment of spacecraft «Lomonosov» - A.L. Sokolov/JSC Res. Prod., Moscow
abstract presentation paper 15:00 - 15:15   Optical Tests of a Large Number of Small COTS Cubes - Ludwig Grunwaldt/GFZ, Potsdam
abstract presentation 15:15 - 15:30   Current Status of Next Generation Retroreflector for Lunar Laser Ranging - Douglas Currie/University Maryland
abstract presentation 15:30 - 15:45   Large corner-cube retroreflector and laser ranging for Chang'e-4 relay satellite - Hsien-Chi Yeh/School Physics Astronomy, Guangzhou
abstract presentation 15:45 - 16:00   On-Orbit Calibration of Laser Beam Intensity - B. Greene/SERC and EOS, Weston Creek
  16:00 - 16:30   Coffee break
Session 09: Interplanetary ranging and time transfer
Chairs: J. Degnan, P. Exertier, A. Schlichtl
 
abstract presentation 16:30 - 16:45   Testing Fundamental Physics with Clocks in Space: The ACES Mission - U. Schreiber/Technical University, Bad Koetzting
abstract presentation paper 16:45 - 17:00   Status of the ELT data center - Schlicht, A./Technical University, Munich
abstract presentation 17:00 - 17:15   The Project and plan of ground-satellite Laser Time Transfer in China - Wendong Meng/Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
abstract presentation 17:15 - 17:30   The Moon and Mars as Laser-ranged Test Bodies for General Relativity - Simone Dell'Agnello/INFN-LNF, Frascati
abstract presentation 17:30 - 17:45   Laser link experiment between Hayabusa2 laser altimeter and SLR stations - Hirotomo Noda/National Astronomical Observatory, Mitaka
abstract presentation paper 17:45 - 18:00   Can Planetary SLR Measure the Expansion of the Solar System? - David E Smith/Massachusetts Institute Technology
    18:00     Poster Session - ILRS station posters (22)
Transponder Committee Meeting
 
 
Friday, October 14
08:00 - 08:30   Space Debris Committee Meeting
abstract presentation paper 08:30 - 09:00   Relativity and Fundamental Physics (Invited) - Sergei Kopeikin/University of Missouri
 
Session 10: SLR tracking of space debris
Chairs: G. Kirchner, T. Flohrer, J. Bennett
 
abstract presentation paper 09:00 - 09:15   ESA activities on satellite laser ranging to non-cooperative objects - T. Flohrer/ESA, Darmstadt
abstract presentation paper 09:15 - 09:30   The scientific results of the optional laser tracking campaigns to the defunct satellites Envisat and Topex - Daniel Kucharski/SERC, Weston Creek
abstract presentation 09:30 - 09:45   Stare and chase of space debris targets using real-time derived pointing data - Michael Steindorfer/Space Research Institute, Graz
abstract presentation 09:45 - 10:00   Application of adaptive optics in Space Debris tracking - Francis Bennet/Australian National University
abstract presentation paper 10:00 - 10:15   Two-color and multistatic space debris laser tracking - Fabian Sproll/Institute Technical Physics, Stuttgart
abstract presentation paper 10:15 - 10:30   Validation and assessment of space debris orbits based on two-color and multi-static laser tracking data - Christoph Bamann/Technical University, Munich
    10:30 - 10:45   Coffee break
abstract presentation 10:45 - 11:00   A 53cm-binoculars telescope high-frequency debris laser ranging system - Haitao Zhang/Yunnan Observatories, Kunming
abstract presentation 11:00 - 11:30   Orbit Determination and Conversion Processes at the Space Debris Office - Quirin Funke/ESA, Darmstadt
abstract presentation paper 11:30 - 11:45   A method for sampling debris laser ranging data to generate range rates for orbit determination - James Bennett/SERC and EOS, Weston Creek
abstract presentation paper 11:45 - 12:00   Orbit Determination of CZ-2C Rocket bodies with SLR - Liang Zhipeng/Changchun Observatory
 
Closing Session
 
  12:00 - 13:00   Summary Session (60 min)
  13:00 - 14:00   Lunch break
  14:00 - 15:00   Summary Session (60 min)
Workshop resolutions
  presentation 15:00 - 15:10   Clinic Summary (10 min)
  15:10 - 16:10   Plenary/Business Mtg. (60 min)
  presentation       2017 ILRS Technical Workshop
  presentation video       21st International Workshop on Laser Ranging
  presentation     20th International Workshop on Laser Ranging proceedings
  16:10   End of the meeting

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Posters

 
Monday, October 10
Addendum posters to the oral sessions
 
abstract poster   SGSLR automation and the Computer and Software subsystem design - Julie Horvath/NASA Lanham
abstract poster   Lidar system on Kiev SLR 1824 - Mykhaylo Medvedskyy/Main Astronomical Observatory, Kiev
abstract poster       An improved toolset for aircraft safety and sky condition monitoring at Metsähovi SLR-station - Arttu Raja-Halli/Finnish Geospatial Research Institute
abstract poster paper     Development of software for Lunar Laser Ranging data analysis at TianQin Research Center for Gravitational Physics - W. Tian/Sun Yat-sen University, Zhuhai
abstract poster       Plans and activities within the NASA SLR Operational Network towards meeting ILRS data requirements - Thomas Varghese/Cybioms Corporation, Rockville
abstract poster       Progress of Laser Measurement to Space Debris at Shanghai SLR Station - Zhongping Zhang/Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
abstract poster       Applications of SLR Data to the Attitude Determination of Defunct Satellites - Jean-Noel Pittet/Astronomical Institute, University of Bern, Bern
 
 
General topics in laser ranging
 
abstract poster     Riga Event Timers in compact implementations - E.Boole/Inst. Electr. Comp. Science, Riga
abstract poster     Extension of the A033-ET family - Igors Buraks/Inst. Elec. Comp. Science, Riga
abstract poster     SLR Station 1884, Riga, Upgrading the Station Calibration Procedures - Jorge del Pino/Institute of Astronomy, Riga
abstract poster paper   A 170 mm hollow corner cube retro-reflector on Chang’e 4 lunar relay satellite - Yun He/Huazhong Univ. Science Techn.
abstract       Development of High Repetition-rate Laser Ranging System - Sung Ki Pyoung/Korea Astron. Space Science Inst.
abstract poster     Advanced Visual Object Recognition for In-Sky-Laser Safety - Andreas Leidig/BKG, Bad Koetzting
abstract poster paper   GNSS orbit validation activities at the Astronomical Institute in Bern - Andrea Maier/University Berne
abstract       Interannual geocenter motion with relation to El Niño Southern Oscillation - Koji Matsuo/Geospatial Information Authority, Tsukuba
abstract poster     Timing system for the lunar laser ranging station at HartRAO, South Africa: preliminary results - Cilence Munghemezulu/HartRAO Pretoria
abstract poster paper   CDDIS Data Center: An Update - Carey Noll/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract poster     Application of GT668 event timer in Satellite Laser Ranging - Xiaoyu Pi/Yunnan Observatorie, Kunming
abstract poster     Estimation of Electronics Component Contribution in the Overall Measurement Error at SLR Station Riga - Kalvis Salmins/Institute of Astronomy, Riga
abstract poster paper   EUROLAS Data Center (EDC) - Recent developments of the EDC - C. Schwatke/DGFI-TUM, Munich
abstract paper   EUROLAS Data Center (EDC) - Status report 2014 - 2016 - C. Schwatke/DGFI-TUM, Munich
abstract poster     Enhanced satellite laser ranging project - A.Treijs/HEE Photonic Labs Ltd., Riga
abstract poster     Prototyping a thermal monitoring system for the one-metre aperture Lunar Laser Ranger tube assembly based at the Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory - Philemon Tsele/University of Pretoria
abstract poster     Upgraded Servo-control system for Matera 1.5 meter telescope - Thomas Varghese/Cybioms Corporation, Rockville
abstract poster     Multi-purpose True Event Timer Module - V. Vedin/Inst. Electronics Comp. Sc., Riga
abstract poster     SGF, Herstmonceux in-sky safety system testing using ADS-B - Matthew Wilkinson/Space Geodesy Facility, Hailsham
abstract poster     A new laser ranging calibration target suited for accurate surveying at the SGF, Herstmonceux - Matthew Wilkinson/Space Geodesy Facility, Hailsham
abstract poster     The NESC Forum: online and open to the ILRS community - Matthew Wilkinson/Space Geodesy Facility, Hailsham
abstract poster     The Current Status and Future Development of Automatic Control of Laser Ranging System at Shanghai Stations - Haifeng Zhang/Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
 
Tuesday, October 11
ILRS mission posters
 
abstract poster The ILRS campaign for the GREAT experiment - Pacôme Delva/Observatoire de Paris
abstract poster paper   The Copernicus Sentinel-3 Mission - J. Fernández/GMV, Tres Cantos
abstract poster     The ILRS contributions to the GRACE mission and its success - König, R./GFZ, Potsdam
abstract poster     The ILRS contributions to the TerraSAR-X/TanDEM-X mission and its success - König, R./GFZ, Potsdam
abstract poster     The status of the Jason 2 & 3 missions with respect to POD and the contributions of SLR - F.G. Lemoine/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract poster paper Relativistic corrections in the European Laser Timing (ELT) experiment - Stefan Marz/Technical University Munich
abstract poster paper   The Contributions of ILRS Laser Ranging to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission - Jan McGarry/NASA GSFC, Greenbelt
abstract       Ajisai celebrates 30 years in space - Shinichi Nakamura/JAXA, Ibaraki
abstract poster paper   Time series of SpinSat return intensity: How long can BK7 reflectors survive in space? - Toshimichi Otsubo/Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
abstract poster     Enabling precise geo-spatial calibration of the GLM sensor on board the GOES-R satellite using ground-based Laser beacons from NASA Moblas 4 and 7 - Thomas Varghese/Cybioms Corporation, Rockville
 
Thursday, October 13
ILRS station posters
 
abstract poster Recoating the MLRO 1.5 m primary mirror - Giuseppe Bianco/Agenzia Spaziale Italiana
abstract poster New state-of-the-art observatory in Ny-Ålesund, Spitsbergen, Norway - Gøril M. Breivik/Norwegian Mapping Authority
abstract poster Current Status and Plan of the First Korean Satellite Laser Ranging System(ARGO-M) - Man-Soo Choi/Korea Astron. Space Science Inst.
abstract poster Technical Aspects and Progress of Korean 1m Satellite Laser Ranging System - Man-Soo Choi/Korea Astron. Space Science Inst.
abstract poster Wettzell SLR: The first year of operating 2 SLR systems in one place - Guenther Herold/BKG, Bad Koetzting
abstract poster A-RGG development for 10 kHz Laser Ranging of Sejong station - Neung-Hyun Ka/Korea Astron. Space Science Inst.
abstract poster paper Yebes Observatory: Future Core Site and Laser Ranging Station Status - José Antonio López Fernández/Yebes Observatory
abstract poster Current status of the new Metsähovi kHz SLR system - Jyri Näränen/Finnish Geospatial Research Institute
abstract poster Preliminary Performance Analysis for the Korean SLR station "SEJONG (SEJL)-73942601" - Eunseo Park/Korea Astron. Space Science Institute
abstract poster Current status of the Russian SLR network and plans for the future - N. Parkhomenko/Precision Systems Instr., Moscow
abstract poster SLR Station Riga Status Report - K. Salmins/Institute of Astronomy, Riga
abstract poster Herstmonceux Station current status and future plans - Rob Sherwood/SGF Herstmonceux, Hailsham
abstract poster Deployment of millimeter SLR systems in India with automation features - Thomas Varghese/Cybioms Corporation, Rockville
abstract poster The Current Status of Chinese Satellites Observation in ILRS List of Tracking Mission and Future Development - Zhongping Zhang/Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
abstract poster paper Measurement automation implemented in the laser station "Tochka" - M. A. Sadovnikov/OJC "RPC "PSI"
poster Reviving Laser Ranging to Satellites Station at Kavalur, India - K. Elango/ISRO
poster New SLR System with 1m aperture telescope in Wuhan Jiufeng Station - J. Zhang/IGG-CAS
 
 

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