Cassiopeia Newsletter – Winter solstice d’hivers 2017

winter

In this issue/Dans ce numéro:

President’s Report
ALMA Matters
BRITE-Constellation News
Canadian Gemini Office News / Nouvelles de l’Office Gemini Canadien
CATAC Update
JCMT Update
Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer (MSE) Update
SPICA Status Report
The Dao 100 Project
CRAQ Summer School Announcement
A Call to Action for Canadian Astronomy in Space
Results from the First Indigenous Astronomy Workshop at the University of Toronto
A Note from the Editor


Editor: Joanne Rosvick

Cassiopeia is CASCA’s quarterly Newsletter, published on or near the solstices and equinoxes (March 21, June 21, September 21 and December 21).

To submit a contribution please email cassiopeia.editors@gmail.com. All submissions must be received at least one week in advance to be published in the next edition. I accept plain text and Word documents. Note that the formatting of your document will not be preserved. Please include any images as attachments in your email, not embedded in the text. Please include URLs in parentheses next to the word or phrase that you wish to act as link anchors.


Cassiopeia Newsletter – 2017 Autumnal Equinox

fall

In this issue:

President’s Message
ALMA Matters
BRITE-Constellation Mission Update
Update from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) / Compte rendu de l’Agence spatiale canadienne (ASC)
CATAC Update on the Thirty Meter Telescope
CHIME First Light
Canadian Gemini Office News / Nouvelles de l’Office Gemini Canadien
Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer (MSE) Update
Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Update
Dissertation: The Effects of Environment on the Atomic and Molecular Gas Properties of Star-Forming Galaxies
Dissertation: Lights in Dark Places: Inferring the Milky Way Mass Profile using Galactic Satellites and Hierarchical Bayes
Dissertation: Investigating Brown Dwarf Atmospheres: Gravity, Dust Content, Cloud Structure and Metallicity


Editors: Magdalen Normandeau & Joanne Rosvick

Cassiopeia is CASCA’s quarterly Newsletter, published on or near the solstices and equinoxes (March 21, June 21, September 21 and December 21). To submit a contribution please email cassiopeia.editors@gmail.com. All submissions must be received at least one week in advance to be published in the next edition. We accept plain text and Word documents. Note that the formatting of your document will not be preserved. Please include any images as attachments in your email, not embedded in the text. Please include URLs in parentheses next to the word or phrase that you wish to act as link anchors.

Cassiopeia est le bulletin d’information de la CASCA, publié quatre fois par année, aux solstices et aux équinoxes (21 mars, 21 juin, 21 septembre et 21 décembre). Pour soumettre un article, écrivez à cassiopeia.editors@gmail.com. Les soumissions doivent être reçues au moins une semaine avant la parution. Nous acceptons les fichiers en format texte (ascii) et Word. Veuillez noter que la mise-en-page de votre document ne sera pas conservée. Veuillez faire parvenir vos images en pièces jointes à votre courriel plutôt que de les insérer dans votre article. Pour les liens à des sites internets, veuillez inclure l’adresse entre parenthèses à côté du mot ou de la phrase devant servir d’ancre.


Cassiopeia – 2017 Summer Solstice d’été

summer

In this issue/Dans ce numéro:

President’s Message
Looking Back at the CASCA 2017 Meeting
BRITE Constellation Mission Update
Canadian Gemini News / Nouvelles de l’Office Gemini Canadien
Report from the CASCA/ACURA TMT Advisory Committee
For a Limited Time Only: Sign Up Now to Participate in New Large Programs at the JCMT!
Report from the LRPIC
MSE Update
NRC Herzberg News / Nouvelles du CNRC Herzberg
Survey Says…
Using Archived Data in Course Projects: A Call for Collaboration
What Telescopes Do Canadians Use?


Editors: Magdalen Normandeau & Joanne Rosvick

Cassiopeia is CASCA’s quarterly Newsletter, published on or near the solstices and equinoxes (March 21, June 21, September 21 and December 21). To submit a contribution please email cassiopeia.editors@gmail.com. All submissions must be received at least one week in advance to be published in the next edition. We accept plain text and Word documents. Note that the formatting of your document will not be preserved. Please include any images as attachments in your email, not embedded in the text. Please include URLs in parentheses next to the word or phrase that you wish to act as link anchors.

Cassiopeia est le bulletin d’information de la CASCA, publié quatre fois par année, aux solstices et aux équinoxes (21 mars, 21 juin, 21 septembre et 21 décembre). Pour soumettre un article, écrivez à cassiopeia.editors@gmail.com. Les soumissions doivent être reçues au moins une semaine avant la parution. Nous acceptons les fichiers en format texte (ascii) et Word. Veuillez noter que la mise-en-page de votre document ne sera pas conservée. Veuillez faire parvenir vos images en pièces jointes à votre courriel plutôt que de les insérer dans votre article. Pour les liens à des sites internets, veuillez inclure l’adresse entre parenthèses à côté du mot ou de la phrase devant servir d’ancre.


Cassiopeia – Spring equinox/équinoxe du printemps 2017

spring

In this issue/Dans ce numéro:

Report from LRPIC
Alan Nursall, Featured Speaker at the CASCA-2017 EPO Session
ALMA Matters
Astrosat Observatory Update
BRITE Constellation Mission Update
The CASCA/ACURA TMT Advisory Committee (CATAC) Is Up and Running
Maunakea Spectroscopic Explorer (MSE) Update
SPICA Update
Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Update
Time Dependence of the RXTE X-ray Spectrum of Hercules X-1/HZ Hercules (PhD thesis abstract)
Taking Stock – Upcoming Survey about Cassiopeia and Other CASCA News Sources


Editors: Magdalen Normandeau & Joanne Rosvick

Cassiopeia is CASCA’s quarterly Newsletter, published on or near the solstices and equinoxes (March 21, June 21, September 21 and December 21).

To submit a contribution please email cassiopeia.editors@gmail.com. All submissions must be received at least one week in advance to be published in the next edition. We accept plain text and Word documents. Note that the formatting of your document will not be preserved. Please include any images as attachments in your email, not embedded in the text. Please include URLs in parentheses next to the word or phrase that you wish to act as link anchors.