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EGU Hyperwall Schedule

EGU Hyperwall Schedule

 

Join NASA in the Exhibit Hall (Booth #X204) for Hyperwall Storytelling by NASA experts. Full Hyperwall Agenda below.

 

MONDAY, APRIL 24

 

10:15 AM  The NASA Sea Level Change Portal Thomas Huang

10:30 AM  The Firefly Constellation: A Holistic View of the Sun and Its Environment Nour E. Raouafi

12:45 PM  How Much of Earth's Magnetosphere Can We Sense From The Ground? August Brenner

1:00 PM  Juno's Extended Vision in its Extended Mission Glenn Orton

1:15 PM  Observing the Dynamics Inside Tropical Storms from Space: the INCUS (Investigation of Convective Updrafts) Project Ziad S. Haddad

3:45 PM  Explore the Solar System Using Trek Portals Including the Newly Released Ganymede Trek Emily Law

4:00 PM  NASA Space Weather Program Reinhard Friedel

6:05 PM  Open Source Science Initiative Kevin Murphy 

6:20 PM  JWST Observations of Titan Conor Nixon

6:35 PM  Parker Solar Probe: How the Solar Wind is Born Nour E. Raouafi

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 26

 

10:15 AM  Aerosols in the Stratosphere: A SAGE III/ISS Perspective Richard Eckman

10:30 AM  Juno Microwave Radiometer Steve Levin

12:45 - 1:30 PM  Special Session: Open Science "Ask a NASA Open Science Expert" Katie Baynes and Kevin Murphy

3:45 PM  NASAaccess: Earth Observation Data Ibrahim Mohammed

4:00 PM  Carbon Observations from Space Ken Jucks

6:05 PM  Know Before You Go to Mars Azita Valinia

6:20 PM  Measurement of 100s of Methane and Carbon Dioxide Point Sources Around the Globe with NASA EMIT Robert O. Green

6:35 PM  The Mars 2020 Mission and Mars Sample Return Mitch Schulte

  

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26

 

10:15 AM  NASA' Science Discovery Engine Kaylin Bugbee

10:30 AM  Watching Global Precipitation with GPM George Huffman

12:45 PM  Observing the Dynamics Inside Tropical Storms from Space: the INCUS (Investigation of Convective Updrafts) Project Ziad S. Haddad

1:00 PM  New Frontiers in Agnostic Planetary Analysis Jonathan Jiang

1:15 PM  Juno's Extended Vision in its Extended Mission Glenn Orton

1:30 PM  21st Century Surface Temperature Projections Using NASA Data and Global Climate Models Jonathan Jiang

3:45 PM   Hurricane or Phoenix: Born From Its Own Ashes Svetla Hristova-Veleva

4:00 PM  Transform to Open Science Cynthia Hall

6:05 PM  Tracking the Greenland Meltwalter Inside the Ice Sheet Andreas Colliander

6:20 PM  NASA's Visualization, Exploration, and Data Analysis (VEDA) Project Alexey Shiklomanov

6:35 PM  Upcoming NASA Missions to Advance Coastal Remote Sensing Stephanie Schollaert Uz

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 27

 

10:15 AM  Airborne Remote Sensing of Methane Hotspots Across Spatiotempral Scales in the North American Arctic Clayton Elder

10:30 AM  Characterizing the 2019-2021 Drought in La Plata River Basin Jessica Besnier

12:45 - 1:30 PM  Special Session: Open Science "Ask a NASA Open Science Expert" Katie Baynes and Kevin Murphy

3:45 PM  NASA's Carbon Monitoring System Ken Jucks

4:00 PM  Help From Above: How NASA is Supporting Advances in Global Water Resource Management John Bolten

6:05 PM  Chasing the Shadow of the Sun Jie Gong

6:20 PM  Observing the Dynamics Inside Tropical Storms from Space: the INCUS (Investigation of Convective Updrafts) Project Ziad S. Haddad

6:35 PM  Aerosols in the Stratosphere: A SAGE III/ISS Perspective Richard Eckman

 

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 28

 

10:15 AM  POWER Web Services: Providing NASA Data for Renewable Energy, Sustainable Infrastructure and Agroclimatology Applications Paul Stackhouse

10:30 AM  Building on the Landsat Legacy Alexey Shiklomanov