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NAS Space Science Week 2020 Events March 31-April 1

Press Release From: National Academy of Sciences
Posted: Monday, March 30, 2020

During Space Science Week, five committees meet simultaneously to discuss recent advances in their fields, hear from federal agencies about upcoming projects, and plan future work. We invite you to tune in remotely for the open sessions of these meetings, which will take place on March 31-April 1, 2020. Please note that start and end times for each day vary by committee. We've provided links below that you can use to download the individual agendas and login information.

Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics
Talks during these open sessions will include updates from NASA, NSF, and DOE; status updates on upcoming missions, observatories, and the Astro2020 decadal survey; and a discussion on interference from satellite constellations. Download the agenda and login information.

Committee on Astrobiology and Planetary Science
Talks during these open sessions will include updates from NASA, status updates on the Titan dragonfly and other planetary missions, and science talks on lunar surface geophysics and Io. Download the agenda and login information.

Committee on Earth Science and Applications from Space
Talks during these open sessions will include updates from NASA and NOAA as well as a discussion on Earth science data systems. Download the agenda and login information.

Committee on Solar and Space Physics
Talks during these open sessions will include updates from federal agencies; briefings on recent National Academies' reports; and a discussion on preparing for the next decadal survey. Download the agenda and login information.

Committee on Biological and Physical Sciences from Space
The first day features our symposium on the future of space exploration, including a panel celebrating the 20th anniversary of the International Space Station. Learn more and register.
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