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Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group (PhysPAG)

Science Interest Groups (SIGs)

  • Inflation Probe (IP SIG) (Chairs: Ryan Hickox and Sean McWilliams): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future cosmic microwave background polarization mission.

  • Gravitational Wave (GW SIG) (Chairs: Sean McWilliams and Eric Burns): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future gravitational wave mission.

  • X-ray (XR SIG) (Chairs: Ryan Hickox, Grant Tremblay, David Pooley, and Kristin Madsen): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future X-ray astronomy mission.

  • Gamma Ray (GR SIG or GammaSIG) (Chairs: Bindu Rani, Justin Finke, and Eric Burns): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future gamma ray astronomy mission.

  • Cosmic Ray (CR SIG) (Chairs: Andrew Romero-Wolf and Athina Meli): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future cosmic ray astronomy mission.

  • Cosmic Structure (CoS SIG) (Chairs: Vera Gluscevic): Coordinate community activities for future space activities concerning the nature of dark energy, dark matter, neutrinos, and tests of inflation, as well as astrophysical galaxy evolution.

  • Science Analysis Groups (SAGs)

  • Astrophysics With Equity: Surmounting Obstacles to Membership (AWESOM) (Cross-PAG). Contact: Ryan Hickox (ryan.c.hickox@dartmouth.edu).

  • Gamma-ray Transient Network (GTN) Contacts: Eric Burns (Chair, erickayserburns@gmail.com) or Michael Coughlin (co-Chair, cough052@umn.edu).

  • New Great Observatories (Cross-PAG) Contacts: the PhysPAG, COPAG, and ExoPAG Chairs (Grant Tremblay: grant.tremblay@cfa.harvard.edu; Janice Lee: janice.lee@noirlab.edu; Ilaria Pascucci: pascucci@arizona.edu, respectively).



  • Multimessenger Astrophysics (MMA SAG) (Chairs: John Conklin, John Tomsick, and Suvi Gezari): Analyzed the potential scientific benefits of multimessenger observations made possible by NASA observatories in the 2020 decade and beyond, working in conjunction with each other or with other ground and space-based instruments.

    This SAG concluded activities in 2020, and their final report can be viewed at the website above.



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