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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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PCOS News

Program News and Announcements

3 January 2022
PCOS and related activities being held next week in lieu of the cancelled AAS Winter Meeting »  Details.
17 December 2021
PCOS Chief Scientist Opening on USAJobs »  Details.
17 December 2021
ROSES-21: Revised Text and Budget for D.9 NuSTAR General Observer Program Cycle 8 »  Details.
17 December 2021
Science Information Policy RFI Released »  Details.
17 December 2021
ROSES-21: D.15 Astrophysics Pioneers Final Text and Due Dates »  Details.
17 December 2021
ROSES-21: D.12 XRISM Guest Scientist program deferred to 2022 »  Details.
15 December 2021
Invitation to the Joint PAG Session at AAS Meeting »  Details.
9 November 2021
Astrophysics Division (APD) Needs Community Inputs to NASA Astrophysics Technology Gap Prioritization Process Following Astro2020 »  Details.

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