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Astrophsyics

Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group (PhysPAG)

Joint PAG Meeting Agenda

Friday August 7 1-4pm HAT Room 323
(7-10 EDT, 6-9 CDT, 5-8 MDT, 4-7 PDT and MST)

1:00-1:30Paul Hertz - Setting the Agenda
 
  • Setting the Agenda: Preparing for the 2020s [PDF]
1:30-1:50Q & A for Paul Hertz
1:50-2:10Ken Sembach - Joint PAG Statement - Executive Summary
 
  • Planning for the 2020 Decadal Survey: Activities Related to Large Mission Concepts [PDF]
2:10-2:30John Conklin - PhysPAG Recommendations, including questions
 
  • The Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group [PDF]
2:30-2:50Scott Gaudi - ExoPAG Recommendations, including questions
 
  • Summary of ExoPAG's Activities in Responses to Paul's Charge [PDF]

2:50-3:10Ken Sembach - COPAG Recommendations, including questions
 
  • Cosmic Origins Program Analysis Group [PDF]
3:10-4:00Discussion

We will attempt to offer WebEx during the meeting (details below).
Presentations will be posted on this website in case WebEx does not work.

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Meeting information
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Topic: NASA Astrophysics Joint PAG meeting
Date: Friday, August 7, 2015
Time: 1:00–4:00 pm, Hawaii Time (Honolulu, GMT-10:00)


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