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Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group

Athena Splinter Meeting Agenda

Thursday Jan 5, 2017, 229th AAS

NASA Report:
2:00 P.M.—Garcia [PDF]: NASA Actions and Plans re: Athena (10m+5 Q/A)
Instrument Team Reports:
2:15 P.M.—Pajot [PDF]: Athena Status and X-ray Integral Field Unit (X-IFU) (15min + 5 Q/A)
2:35 P.M.—Bandler [PDF]: NASA contribution to X-IFU (15 min + 5 Q/A)
2:55 P.M.—Burrows [PDF]: NASA contribution to WFI (15min + 5 Q/A)
3:15 P.M.—Open Discussion, starting with US Data Center needs and S/W
Single slides from:
Donahue [PDF], Bregman [PDF], Ballantyne [PDF], Griffiths [PDF], Plucinsky [PDF], Ptak [PDF]
4:00 P.M.—Adjourn


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