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Karel A. van der Hucht, General Secretary,

Paris, 29 January 2009

XXVII GENERAL ASSEMBLY





AUGUST 03 - 14, 2009
Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

The IAU XXVII GENERAL ASSEMBLY is organized by

The Brazilian Astronomical Society


PART  I IAU Information Bulletin No. 103



IAU XXVII GENERAL ASSEMBLY

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, 3-14 AUGUST 2009


Welcome message from the National Organizing Committee: see IB 102.


I.1. GENERAL INFORMATION


I.1.1. VENUE OF THE IAU XXVII GENERAL ASSEMBLY


The Centro de Convenções SulAmérica, formerly known as "Rio Cidade Nova" and inaugurated in July 2007, will host the IAU XXVII General Assembly from Monday 3 to Friday 14 of August, 2009.

Located in Cidade Nova, a central region of Rio de Janeiro, the complex occupies an area of 16 thousand square meters, with almost 42 thousand square meters of conference space. It is easily reached from almost everywhere in Rio through the Rio de Janeiro city integrated transport system and the nearby Metro station Estácio-CidadeNova.

The premises of the Centro de Convenções SulAmérica include an historic three storey building called Solar. Construction of the building started in 1869. In 1907, the building was reconstructed and adapted to host the Children’s Hospital of Santa Casa de Misericórdia. The façade is an historicist inspiration influenced by the Italian “palazzo” architecture of the 16th Century. The house survived the radical urbanist interventions in the districts of Cidade Nova and Estácio during the 1970’s and the 1980’s. On 31 January 1997, the building was put under government protection through a Municipal Decree.

The SulAmérica Convention Center is run by Transamérica Eventos.

Address:

Centro de Convenções SulAmérica

Av. Paulo de Frontin com Av. Pres. Vargas

Cidade Nova

20260-010 Rio de Janeiro

Brazil

Phone 55 21 3293 6700

URL


For more information, see .


I.1.2. PARTICIPATION


Attendance at the IAU XXVII General Assembly (GA2009) is automatically open to all Individual Members of the IAU. Professional astronomers who are not IAU-member are equally welcome to attend, upon invitation.


Invitations to professional astronomers who are not IAU-member to attend GA2009 will be issued by the IAU General Secretary, with copies to the Brazilian NOC of GA2009.


Please note that an invitation from the IAU General Secretary to attend GA2009 does not imply any financial commitment towards the invitee by the IAU Secretariat or by the Brazilian NOC.


Requests for invitation to GA2009 from professional astronomers who are not IAU-member should be directed to the Chairperson or Secretary of the National Committee for Astronomy in the country of residence (please consult ), or to the Chair­per­son of the SOC of one of the GA2009 Symposia, Joint Discussions and Special Sessions (see ) .

These chairpersons will forward the invitation requests with their recom-mendations to the IAU Secretariat.


Each GA2009 participant (IAU Individual Member or non-Member participant) may register accompanying guest(s). Registered guests are not allowed to attend the scientific sessions (except for the Invited Discourses), but otherwise will enjoy the same privileges as participants.


I.1.3. REGISTRATION FEE


The registration fees for the IAU XXVII General Assembly are as follows
(in Brazilian Real – BRL):





early

1 Nov. - 1 May

(BRL)

regular

2 May - 24 July

(BRL)

on site

3 - 14 Aug.

(BRL)

IAU members & non-member participants

900

1000

1200

students & seniors

300

300

400

registered guest &

children over 11 years

300

400

500

children up to 11 years

free

free

free

To apply for the Student Fee, the applicant must be under 35 years of age and a personalized letter, signed by the head of his/her university or institutional depart­ment, must be sent by fax or e-mail to the Conference Secretariat (JZ Congressos). The registration will be processed only after this letter has been received.

To apply for the Senior Fee, the applicant must be over 70 years of age and a copy of a valid ID is requested to be sent to the Conference Secretariat (JZ Congressos) by fax or e-mail. The registration will be processed only after this document has been received.

No registration will be confirmed until payment has been received.


I.1.4. HOW TO REGISTER


The Registration Server is online since 1 November 2008, together with the Abstract Server for the different meetings and events of the IAU XXVII General Assembly.

Participants can register on-line using the registration form provided at . Participants who are unable to use this on-line form should contact the Conference Secretariat (JZ Congressos) for instructions on how to proceed.


I.1.4.1. Confirmation of registration

When the registration form and payment have been processed, the registrant will receive written confirmation by e-mail. This confirmation letter should be presented at the GA registration desk upon arrival in order to receive the conference material.


I.1.4.2. Registration cancellation policy

The Conference Secretariat must be notified of a cancellation of the registration in written form. The appropriate refunds will be made after the Conference. The following cancellation policy applies:

- cancellations before 3 July 2009:

  • full refund of the registration fee minus a handling fee of 20% on the paid value

- cancellations on or after 3 July 2009:

  • no refund


For further details, see .

I.1.5. HOW TO MAKE PAYMENTS


Credit card payment will be accepted for all payments made for the IAU XXVII General Assembly. Credit cards accepted are VISA and Mastercard.


I.1.6. ACCOMMODATION


Matters concerning accommodation, tours and sightseeing in connection with the IAU XXVII General Assembly will be handled by the official GA Travel Agency, Blumar Incoming Tour Operator & DMC. Reservations are to be made through BLUMAR's reservation web site, dedicated specifically to the IAU XXVII General Assembly.

The NOC and Blumar have done their best to offer reduced rates for GA parti­ci­­pants in hotels of all categories. Below are indicative price ranges for different hotel categories.


hotel category

price range

(BRL)

5 star

340 - 660

4 star

246 - 390

3 star

195 - 246

2 star

127 - 170

1 star

100 - 140

hostels

30



For further information, see .


I.1.7. VISA INFORMATION


A list of the tourism and business VISA regime for Brazilian citizens visiting foreign countries is provided on the IAU General Assembly web page at



Since the Brazilian authorities follow a reciprocity policy with respect to the consular and diplomatic affairs, this list can be used as a guide for citizens of foreign countries who wish to visit Brazil. However, when planning a trip, it is mandatory to confirm the validity of this information with the Brazilian diplo­matic representation of the traveller’s country of origin.

At present, citizens of the following countries may enter Brazil and stay for up to 60 or 90 days without needing a visa:

Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chili, Colombia, the Czech Republic, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guyana, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Republic of Korea, Liechten­stein, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Monaco, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Suriname, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vatican, Venezuela.

This list may be subject to change. Participants are advised to check with the Brazilian embassy in their respective country. Information on commercial tourist sites is often outdated or inaccurate.

At present, citizens from all other countries do need a tourist visa to enter in Brazil. The tourist visa covers attendance at scientific conferences, seminars, or meetings. Tourist visa holders are not allowed to engage in any paid activity in Brazil, but they may receive per-diem allowances.

In order to request a tourist visa, it is necessary to contact the nearest Brazilian Consulate. A full official list of the Brazilian Embassies, Consulates, Vice-Consulates, Delegations, Missions and Offices around the world can be found at

American citizens should be aware that it might take more than one month to obtain a visa. For other citizens, it should usually take a couple of weeks or less. Please note that for ALL visitors, passports must be valid for at least six months, and a return ticket and proof of sufficient funds may be requested upon arrival.

For further information, see .


I.1.7.1 Personal invitation from the NOC for visa purposes

On request and for visa purposes only, an official personalized invitation can be issued by the NOC for IAU XXVII GA participants. Required information: full name, date of birth, place of birth, country of citizenship (country which issued your passport), passport number, date and place of issue of passport, and date of expiration of passport. Please inform the chair of the NOC of your request.


I.1.8. FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO ATTEND THE GA

A limited number of IAU Travel Grants to attend the IAU XXVII General Assembly will be available for young astronomers and astronomers from less privileged countries. Those who feel qualified and who plan to participate actively in the General Assembly may complete and submit an IAU GA Travel Grant Application Form, available on-line at the GA registration web site

. Application deadline: 1 March 2009.

I.1.9. IMPORTANT DATES


2009


Application for IAU GA Grants closes 1 March

End of on-line submission of abstracts (revised date!) 15 March

Notification of IAU GA Grants 1 April

SOC programme review and completion (revised date!) 1 May

Notification of abstract acceptance (revised date!) 1 May

End of early on-line registration (revised date!) 1 May

Beginning of regular on-line registration (revised date!) 2 May

Accepted abstracts may be revised ..………................ 15 May - 15 June

Media accreditation on-line registration deadline 24 July

End of regular on-line registration 24 July

Start of on-site registration 3 August


I.2. ORGANIZATION


I.2.1. Committees and sub-committees


National Organizing Committee - NOC
- Barbuy, Beatriz (co-chair) - IAG/USP,
- Bruch, Albert - LNA/MCT

- da Silva, Licio - SAB and ON/MCT

- de Araújo, Francisco Xavier - ON/MCT

- de Medeiros, José Renan - UFRN

- Janot-Pacheco, Eduardo - IAG/USP

- Kepler, Souza Oliveira - UFRGS

- Lazzaro, Daniela (chair) - ON/MCT,

- Lorenz-Martins, Silvia - OV/UFRJ

- Maciel, Walter Junqueira - IAG/USP

- Pastoriza, Miriani G. - UFRGS

- Silva-Valio, Adriana - CRAAM

- Vaz, Luiz Paulo Ribeiro - UFMG

- Villela, Thyrso - INPE/MCT and AEB/MCT


Executive Sub-Committee - EsC
- Barbuy, Beatriz - IAG/USP
- da Silva, Licio - SAB and ON/MCT
- de Araújo, Francisco Xavier - ON/MCT

- Janot-Pacheco, Eduardo - IAG/USP
- Lazzaro, Daniela - ON/MCT

- Pastoriza, Miriani G. - UFRGS
- Vaz, Luiz Paulo Ribeiro - UFMG
- JZ Congressos


Finance Sub-Committee - FsC
- Barbuy, Beatriz - IAG/USP
- Bruch, Albert - LNA/MCT

- da Silva, Licio - SAB and ON/MCT
- Kepler, Souza Oliveira - UFRGS

- Lazzaro, Daniela - ON/MCT

- Lépine, Jacques Raymond Daniel - IAG/USP

- Vaz, Luiz Paulo Ribeiro - UFMG

- JZ Congressos


WEB Sub-Committee - WsC
- Alencar, Silvia Helena Paixão - UFMG
- Corradi, Wagner José Barbosa – UFMG

- Gregório-Hetem, Jane - IAG/USP

- Sant'Anna, Thiago - ON/MCT
- Silva-Valio, Adriana – CRAAM

- Vaz, Luiz Paulo Ribeiro (chair) - UFMG


Social Events Sub-Committee - SEsC
- Alencar, Silvia Helena Paixão - UFMG

- Cuisinier, François - OV/UFRJ

- de Gouveia Dal Pino, Elisabete M. - IAG/USP

- de La Reza, Jorge Ramiro - ON/MCT
- Franco, Gabriel Armando Pellegatti - UFMG
- Lorenz-Martins, Silvia (chair) - OV/UFRJ

- Machado, Maria Auxiliadora D. - UERJ
- Rodrigues, Teresinha - ON/MCT

- Silva-Valio, Adriana R. - CRAAM

Sponsorship Sub-Committee - SpsC
- da Silva, Licio - SAB and ON/MCT

- da Silva, Maria de Fátima Alvez - UERJ

- de Araújo, Francisco Xavier (chair) - ON/MCT

- Ferreira, José Leonardo - IF/UnB
- Porto de Melo, Gustavo F. - OV/UFRJ

- Roig, Fernando Virgílio - ON/MCT
- Villela, Thyrso - INPE/MCT and AEB
- JZ Congressos


Associate Events Sub-Committee - AEsC
- Bulgarelli, Domingos - Planetário do Rio de Janeiro

- Damineli, Augusto Neto - IAG/USP
- de Nader, Rundstein Vasques - OV/UFRJ
- Falcão, Douglas Silva (chair) - MAST

- Kleber, Antares - ON/MCT
- Videira, Antônio Augusto Passos - CBPF and UERJ
- JZ Congressos

Marketing & Media Sub-Committee - MMsC
- Barbosa, Cássio Leandro (chair) - UNIVAP

- Corradi, Wagner José Barbosa - UFMG

- de Araujo, Francisco Xavier - ON/MCT
- de Oliveira-Abans, Mariângela- LNA/MCT
- Machado, Maria Auxiliadora Delgado – UERJ

- Nassif, Ricardo – LNA/MCT
- JZ Congressos


GA-Newspaper Editorial Board
- Cid Fernandes, Roberto Jr. – CFM/UFSC

- Nogueira, Salvador (Technical Associate Editor) - Journalist

- Rocha Pinto, Hélio J. (Scientific Associate Editor) - OV/UFRJ

- Roig, Fernando Virgilio – ON/MCT
- Steiner, João Evangelista (Editor-in-Chief) - IAG/USP

For updates, see .


I.2.2. GENERAL ASSEMBLY WEB SITE


Information, scientific programme, contacts, on-line forms and updates, regarding the IAU XXVII General Assembly will be available on the GA web site


I.2.3. GENERAL ASSEMBLY NEWSPAPER


Prof. Dr. João Evangelista Steiner is the Editor-in-Chief of the IAU XXVII General Assembly daily newspaper. Any proposal for communication in the GA newspaper should be sent to the following e-mail address:




I.2.4. IAU XXVII GA PRESS OFFICE


The Press Office for the IAU XXVII General Assembly will be responsible for the contact with the press and the media, providing information and material related to the meeting and to Astronomy in general.

The Press Office of the IAU XXVII General Assembly:

- Lars Lindberg Christensen (IAU Press Officer, international press)

- Cássio Leandro Dal Ri Barbosa (local press, NOC press contact)

- Raquel Yumi Shida (IAU Web Master)

- Pedro Russo (IYA2009 Coordinator)

- Lars Holm Nielsen (IAU Web Developer, technology, press photos)

- local assistants


Accreditation of the media will be done through a specific electronic form available at . The deadline for submission of this form is July 24, 2009. A Confirmation Letter will be issued to accredited media and should be presented at the Registration Desk in order to collect the appropriate badge and material. After the above deadline, accredit­tation will be done only on-site.

For more information, see .


I.2.5. GA CONTRACTORS


1.2.5.1. GA PCO: JZ Congressos

The IAU XXVII General Assembly will be administrated by JZ Congressos, who will be in charge of registration, exhibition, internet equipment, etc.:

JZ Congressos

R. Guilhermina Guinle, 272 / 2º and.

22270-060 Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Brazil

Tel: +55 21 2266-9150, Fax: +55 21 2266-9175

<astronomy2009@jz.com.br>


1.2.5.2. GA Tour Operator: Blumar Incoming Tour Operator & DMC

Blumar Incoming Tour Operator & DMC will be in charge of arranging GA accommodations as well as tours of the city and the country:

Blumar Incoming Tour Operator & DMC

Av. Borges de Medeiros, 633, salas 405 a 408

22430-041 Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Brazil

Tel: +55 21 2142-9300, +55 21 7835-2833, Fax: +55 21 2511-3739

E-mail:

For local contacts in Rio de Janeiro, see .

I.3. PRACTICAL INFORMATION


I.3.1. SOCIAL EVENTS


Interested participants may make arrangements using the Social and Tourist Programme on-line form at . The form should be submitted no later than June 1, 2009. After this date, requests can only be honoured on-site and depending on availability.


I.3.1.1. Inaugural Ceremony & Welcome Reception

The IAU XXVII GA Inaugural Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, 4 August 2009. The venue is still to be confirmed. The Inaugural Ceremony will start at 14:00 hr, immediately followed by Session 1 of the General Assembly. After this session, registered participants and guests are invited to join the welcome reception. This event is free of charge, but registration is mandatory, since a specific invitation will be issued and included in the Conference Material. Extra tickets will be available at a cost still to be defined.


I.3.1.2. Closing Banquet

The closing banquet is expected to take place at Pão de Acúçar (the Sugar Loaf mountain) on Wednesday, 12 August 2009. Registration for this event will be required, and further information will be given in due time.


I.3.2. TOURS


An interesting programme of one-day, half-day, pre/post tours, etc., in and around Rio de Janeiro has been prepared for the participants and their families. Details and reservation forms are provided on the General Assembly website <
http://www.astronomy2009.com.br> under “Accomodation and Tours.”


Bank transfers will be accepted only in special cases, upon request to the Conference Secretariat, which will provide the necessary information. Please note that in this case, all bank charges must be fully covered by the partici­ pant(s).


I.3.3. HEALTH AND SECURITY


All participants are strongly recommended to arrange for medical insurance for the duration of their stay in Brasil. The IAU and the NOC will not accept liability for sickness or accidents.


I.3.4. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT BRASIL

Full name of country República Federativa do Brasil

Area 8.5 million km2

Motto Ordem e Progresso (Portuguese), “Order and Progress”

Population (2008 estimate) 187.4 million

Capital Brasília (15º45′ S, 47º57′ W)

Language Portuguese

Government Presidential Federal Republic

President Luis Inácio Lula da Silva

GDP (2007 estimate) USD 1804 trillion

per capita USD 11 873

Currency, exchange rate Brazilian Real (“R$”), USD 1 = R$ 2.20

(January 2009)

Electricity 110 - 220 V (bring adaptor)

Police alarm phone number 190 or 3399 7170 for foreigners

Average climate Rio de Janeiro in August

Temperature 27º C (day) - 18º C (night)

Sunshine 10 hours per day

Rain 4 days per month

Time zone

Rio de Janeiro GMT minus three hours


I.4. ADMINISTRATIVE MEETINGS, DEADLINES


I.4.1. XXVII GENERAL ASSEMBLY


General Assembly, Inaugural Ceremony Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-16:00 hr

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 16:15-17:30 hr


General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-15:30 hr

General Assembly, Closing Ceremony Thursday 13 August, 15:45-17:00 hr


I.4.2. NATIONAL MEMBERS


Deadlines 2008

Submission of Resolutions Type A (financial implications) 15 November

Submission of motions to amend Statutes and Bye-Laws 15 November


Deadlines 2009

Communication of motions to amend Statutes and Bye-Laws 5 February

Motions concerning the administration of the Union,

not affecting the budget 15 February

Motions of a scientific character to be placed on the GA agenda 15 February

Nominations of new Individual Members due at the IAU

Secretariat via the IAU website 15 March

Submission of Resolutions Type B (no financial implications) 15 May

Appointment of National Representatives 10 July

Appointment of Finance Committee Members 10 July

Appointment of Nomination Committee members 10 July


Meetings 2009

National Representatives

National Representatives Meeting Monday 3 August, 14:00-14:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

National Representatives Meeting Wednesday 12 August, 14:00-14:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr


Finance Committee

Finance Committee Meeting Monday 3 August, 15:00-15:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

Finance Committee Meeting Wednesday 12 August, 15:00-15:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr


Nominating Committee

Nominating Committee Meeting Monday 3 August, 16:00-16:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

Nominating Committee Meeting Wednesday 12 August, 16:00-16:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr


I.4.3. DIVISION PRESIDENTS


Deadlines 2008


Motions concerning the administration of the Union,

not affecting the budget 15 February

Recommendations for creating, continuing, changing or

discontinuing Commissions 15 February

Recommendations for creating, continuing, changing or

discontinuing Working Groups 15 February

Submission of candidates for Division President, Vice-President

and Organizing Committee for the next triennium 15 February

Nominations of new Individual Members due at the IAU

Secretariat via the IAU website 15 March

Submission of Resolutions Type B (no financial implications) 15 May

Contributions for IAU Transactions XXVIIB due at the

IAU Secretariat 1 October


Meetings 2009


Outgoing Division Presidents are invited to attend the:

86th Executive Committee Meeting Sunday 2 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

86th Executive Committee Meeting Monday 3 August, 11:00-12:30 hr

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

86th Executive Committee Meeting Wednesday 12 August, 11:00-12:30 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr


Incoming Division Presidents are invited to attend the:

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

87th Executive Committee Meeting Friday 14 August, 09:00-17:30 hr


I.4.4. COMMISSION PRESIDENTS


Deadlines 2009


Submission of candidates for Commission President, Vice-President

and Organizing Committee for the next triennium 15 February

Submission of Resolutions Type B (no financial implications) 15 May


Meetings 2009


Outgoing Commission Presidents are invited to attend the:

Meeting of the Commission Presidents Monday 3 August, 17:00-17:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr


Incoming Commission Presidents are invited to attend the:

General Assembly, Session 1 Tuesday 4 August, 14:00-17:30 hr

Meeting of the Commission Presidents Wednesday 12 August, 17:00-17:45 hr

General Assembly, Session 2 Thursday 13 August, 14:00-17:30 hr


I.4.5. CALENDAR OF BUSINESS MEETINGS

(August 2009 dates (in bold) - sessions numbers; room numbers tbd later)


DIVISION I FUNDAMENTAL ASTRONOMY 3 - 2, 3, 4

4 - 2

Div. I / Commission 4 – Ephemerides 7 - 4

Div. I / Commission 7 – Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical

Astronomy 4 - 2

Div. I / Commission 8 – Astrometry 10 - 2, 3, 4

Div. I / Comm. 8 / WG – Densification of the Optical

Reference Frame 10 - 2, 3, 4

Div. I / Commission 19 – Rotation of the Earth 5 - 3, 4

Div. I / Commission 31 – Time 7 - 3

Div. I / Commission 52 – Relativity in Fundamental

Astronomy 7 - 3, 4

Div. I / WG – Numerical Standards in Fundamental

Astronomy 5 - 2

Div. I / WG – Astrometry by Small Ground-Based

Telescopes 7 - 4

Div. I-III / WG – Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational

Elements 6 - 1, 2


DIVISION II SUN AND HELIOSPHERE 7 - 1, 2, 3, 4

10 - 2, 3, 4


DIVISION III PLANETARY SYSTEMS SCIENCES 10 - 2, 3

12 - 4

Div. III / Commission 16 – Physical Study of Planets and

Satellites 13 - 1

Div. III / Commission 22 – Meteors, Meteorites and

Interplanetary Dust 7 - 3

Div. III / Comm. 22 / TF – Meteor Shower Nomenclature 4 - 2

Div. III / Commission 51 – Bioastronomy 12 - 3

Div. III / Commission 53 – Extrasolar Planets 12 - 2

Div. III / WG – Committee on Small Bodies Nomenclature 11 - 2

Div. III / WG – Planetary System Nomenclature 7 - 4


DIVISION IV – STARS 7 - 3

Div. IV / Commission 26 – Double and Multiple Stars 7 - 1

Div. IV / Commission 29 – Stellar Spectra 7 - 4

Div. IV / Commission 35 – Stellar Constitution 7 - 4

Div. IV / Commission 36 – Theory of Stellar Atmospheres 7 - 4

Div. IV / Commission 45 – Stellar Classification 7 - 1

Div. IV-V / WG – Active B-type Stars 6 - 1, 2

Div. IV-V / WG – Ap and Related Stars 7 - 2


DIVISION V -- VARIABLE STARS 6 - 1, 2, 3, 4

Div. V / Commission 27 –- Variable Stars 5 - 3

Div. V / Commission 42 –- Close Binary Stars 5 - 4

Div. V-IV / WG –- Active B Stars 6 - 1, 2

Div. V-IV / WG – Ap and Related Stars 7 - 2

DIVISION VI INTERSTELLAR MATTER 10 - 3, 4

Div. VI / WG – Planetary Nebulae 4 - 2


DIVISION VII GALACTIC SYSTEM 7 - 3, 4

Div. VII / Commission 37 – Star Clusters & Associations 11 - 2, 3


DIVISION VIII GALAXIES AND THE UNIVERSE 12 - 3, 4


DIVISION IX OPTICAL AND INFRARED TECHNIQUES 14 - 1, 2

Div. IX / Commission 25 – Stellar Photometry and

Polarimetry 6 - 3, 4

Div. IX / Comm. 25 / WG – Infrared Astronomy 7 - 2

Div. IX / Commission 30 – Radial Velocities 14 - 3, 4

Div. IX / Commission 54 – Optical and Infrared

Interferometry 4 - 2

Div. IX-X / WG – Encouraging the International

Development of Antarctic Astronomy 7 - 3

Div. IX-X / WG – Astronomy from the Moon 6 - 3, 4


DIVISION X RADIO ASTRONOMY 6 - 1, 2, 3, 4

Div. X / WG – Global VLBI 7 - 2

Div. X / WG – Astrophysically Important Spectral Lines 7 - 1

Div. X-IX / WG – Encouraging the International Development

of Antarctic Astronomy 7 - 3

Div. X-IX / WG – Astronomy from the Moon 6 - 3, 4

Div. X-XII / WG – Historic Radio Astronomy 4 - 2

5 - 2, 3, 4


DIVISION XI SPACE AND HIGH-ENERGY

ASTROPHYSICS 7 - 3, 4

Div IX-X-XI / WG – Astronomy from the Moon 6 - 3, 4


DIVISION XII -- UNION-WIDE ACTIVITIES 3 - 2

Div. XII / Commission 5 – Documentation and

Astronomical Data 3 - 3

Div. XII / Comm. 5 / WG – Astronomical Data 7 - 1, 2

Div. XII / Comm. 5 / WG – Libraries 3 - 4

Div. XII / Comm. 5 / WG – Designations 5 - 2

Div. XII / Comm. 5 / WG – FITS Data Format 5 - 3

Div. XII / Comm. 5 / WG – Virtual Observatories, Data

Centers and Networks 4 - 2

Div. XII / Comm. 5 / TF – Preservation and Digitization

of Photographic Plates 5 - 4

Div. XII / Commission 6 – Astronomical Telegrams 10 - 2

Div. XII / Commission 14 – Atomic and Molecular Data 7 - 1, 2

Div. XII / Commission 41 – History of Astronomy 5 - 2, 3, 4

Div. XII / Comm. 41 / WG – Archives 11 - 2


Div. XII / Comm. 41 / WG – Astronomy and World

Heritage 6 - 1, 2, 3, 4

Div. XII / Commission 46 – Astronomy Education and 6 - 1, 2

Development 13 - 1, 2

Div. XII / Commission 50 – Protection of Existing and

Potential Observatory Sites 7 - 3, 4

Div. XII / Commission 55 – Communicating Astronomy

with the Public 6 - 3


IUCAF 7 - 3


1.4.6. PROPOSALS TO CHANGE STATUTES AND BYE-LAWS


The draft revised IAU Statutes and Bye-Laws will be communicated to the National Members before 15 March 2009 and submitted to the vote of the National Member Representatives during Session 1 of the IAU XXVII GA in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, on Tuesday, 4 August 2009. The annotated Statutes and Bye-Laws will be presented in IAU Information Bulletin 104.


I.5. SPECIAL EVENTS


I.5.1. YOUNG ASTRONOMERS’ EVENTS


Two specific Young Astronomers’ Events are being planned during the IAU XXVII GA:

- the Young Astronomers’ Lunch will be held on Thursday, 6 August, 11:00 - 14:00 hr. Pre-registration for this event is required through the IAU GA Registration web page;

- the Young Astronomers’ Consulting Service office will be open during the GA, where young astronomers may meet each other and/or meet senior astronomers by arranged appointments to seek advice on their investigations and careers.

Please tick the corresponding box on the GA Registration web page if you are interested in participating.


Organizing Committee:

Jean-Pierre De Greve (chair)

Adriana Valio ; (NOC)

Michal Dovciak

Oddbjorn Engvold

Julieta Fierro

Martin George

Michele Gerbaldi

Edward F. Guinan

Bambang Hidayat
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