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Astrophsyics

Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group (PhysPAG)

Science Analysis Groups (SAGs)

  • Multimessenger Astrophysics (MMA SAG) (Chairs: John Conklin, John Tomsick, and Suvi Gezari): Analyze 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.

Science Interest Groups (SIGs)

  • Inflation Probe (Chairs: Kevin Huffenberger, Graça Rocha, and Abigail Vieregg): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future cosmic microwave background polarization mission.

  • Gravitational Waves (Chairs: John Conklin, Kelly Holley-Bockelmann, and Nicolas Yunes): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future gravitational wave mission.

  • X-rays (Chairs: Ralph Kraft and John Tomsick): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future X-ray astronomy mission.

  • Gamma Rays (Chairs: Sylvain Guiriec, Henric Krawczynski, and John Tomsick): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future gamma ray astronomy mission.

  • Cosmic Rays (Chairs: Igor Moskalenko, Jim Beatty, and Abigail Vieregg): Coordinate community activities and preparations for a future cosmic ray astronomy mission.

  • Cosmic Structure (Chairs: Kevin Huffenberger, James Rhoads, and Graça Rocha): 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.




PCOS News

Program News and Announcements

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
18 May 2018
Gamma-ray SIG Workshop for Decadal Survey Science White Papers, 23–24 May 2018, George Washington University »  Workshop Sign-up
26 Feb 2018
LISA Preparatory Science is a new program element in ROSES 2018 to provide support for U.S. investigators involved in analysis and interpretation of simulated LISA data. Mandatory NOIs are due 19 Mar 2018 and full proposals are due 14 Jun 2018.

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