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Technology SAG

The TechSAG was very active during the first year of the PhysPAG, providing broad community inputs to NASA PCOS technology planning. Many thanks to all the participants for their excellent work, with special thanks to Roger Brissenden for his very effective leadership of the TechSAG and his service as a PhysPAG Executive Committee member. The TechSAG work has now (summer 2012) moved to the four continuing SAGs (IPSAG, X-ray SAG, GWSAG, and GammaSAG), with cross-discipline coordination for annual technology inputs provided by the PhysPAG Executive Committee.

Introduction

The goal of the PCOS Technology Science Analysis Group (TechSAG) is to provide quantitative analysis and assessment regarding PCOS technology needs to NASA via the Astrophysics Subcommittee (APS).

The TechSAG is open to all members of the community.

Tasks

  1. NASA Technology Roadmap Review
  2. PCOS Technology Development Planning

Meeting Notes

Announcements


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Program News and Announcements

1 July 2022
Astrophysics Probe Announcement of Opportunity Schedule Update »  Details.
1 July 2022
NICER GO – Cycle 5 Revised Text and Phase-1 Due Date Delay »  Details.
1 July 2022
Swift Cycle 19 Update on Joint Observations with NICER »  Details.
1 July 2022
Inaugural NASA Sounding Rocket Symposium »  Details.
1 July 2022
1st Precursor Science Workshop Summary Report and Worksheets Posted »  Details.
26 May 2022
Astrophysics Biennial Technology Report and Tech Gaps Announcements »  Details.
5 April 2022
The NASA Physics of the Cosmos (PCOS) Program Office is organizing a Time Domain and Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (TDAMM) Initiative Workshop to be held in the Annapolis area on August 22nd–24th 2022 »  Details.

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