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Astrophsyics

PhysPAG Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

Past Meetings

  • 233rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, 6–10 January 2019,
    Seattle, Washington

    Meeting Schedule [Agenda]
    • Sunday, 6 January 2019
      • Joint PCOS PhysPAG/COR COPAG Meeting [Agenda]
        Note: The Joint PAG meeting has been CANCELLED. Due to the government shutdown, Paul Hertz will not be able to attend or present remotely. Dr. Hertz plans to have a web Town Hall after the government re-opens.
    • Thursday, 10 January 2019
      • Gravitational Wave SIG Meeting [Agenda]
        9:15 A.M.–10:45 A.M., Room: 310
      • PhysPAG Meeting [Agenda]
        11:15 A.M.–12:45 P.M., Room: 4C-3
      • Gamma-Ray SIG Meeting [Agenda]
        1:15 P.M.–2:45 P.M., Room 310
      • X-ray SIG Meeting [Agenda]
        3:15 P.M.–4:45 P.M., Room 310
  • "Quarks to the Cosmos (Q2C)," APS April 2018 Meeting
    April 14–17, 2018, Columbus, Ohio [Agenda]

  • High Energy Astrophysics in the 2020s and Beyond
    18–21 March 2018, Rosemont, Illinois [Agenda]




PCOS News

Program News and Announcements

20 December 2018
LISA Preparatory Science 2018 (LPS) proposals have been selected! »  Full details
17 December 2018
NASA HQ has publicly posted an updated Astrophysics Implementation Plan (AIP), detailing progress made by NASA's Astrophysics Division in implementing the 2010 Decadal recommendations since the previous update in 2016. Please see »  full details
29 November 2018
The National Academies has released updated information about the 2020 Decadal Survey call for Community Science White Papers. They are now due 7 January–19 February 2019. See here for further instructions. Further, it is our pleasure to announce that the President of the National Academy of Sciences Marcia McNutt has appointed Dr. Fiona Harrison and Dr. Robert Kennicutt, Jr. to serve as co-chairs of the Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey committee.
19 November 2018
We would like to welcome our two new PhysPAG EC members, starting in Dec 2018. We extend our thanks to the three departing EC members.
1 June 2018
MMA SAG analyzing the benefits of multimessenger observations made possible by NASA observatories in the 2020 decade and beyond launched! Join the kickoff telecon Friday, 8 June, and sign up today! »  Full details

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