Presentation on theme: "Astro 2010 Decadal Survey Alan Boss (Carnegie Institution) Tom Greene (NASA Ames) Pathways to Habitable Planets Conference Barcelona, Spain September 17,"— Presentation transcript:
Astro 2010 Decadal Survey Alan Boss (Carnegie Institution) Tom Greene (NASA Ames) Pathways to Habitable Planets Conference Barcelona, Spain September 17, 2009
Past Decadal Surveys: Astronomy and Astrophysics in the New Millennium, C. McKee and J. Taylor, Co-chairs (2001) The Decade of Discovery in Astronomy and Astrophysics, J. Bahcall – Chair (1991) Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 1980s, G. Field – Chair (1982) Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 1970s, J. Greenstein – Chair (1972) Ground-Based Astronomy: A Ten-Year Program, A. Whitford – Chair (1964)
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Astro2010 Panel on Electromagnetic Observations from Space (EOS) Summary As one of the four Astro2010 Program Prioritization Panels (PPP) the EOS panel is charged with recommending a prioritized, balanced, and integrated research program which includes a rank ordering of research activities and a balanced technology development program for space-based facilities that observe in the electromagnetic spectrum. Notes:1. Recommendations based on analysis of many submitted science, mission, and technology white papers and science panel reports. 2. Space-based particle and gravity (LISA) activities considered by a different PPP. 3. Recommendations from all panels will be integrated / modified by Programs subcommittee and Decadal Survey committee. 4. Reports go to NASA, NSF, and DOD for their future planning efforts.
EOS PPP Committee Members: Alan Dressler, Chair, Observatories of the Carnegie Institution Michael Bay, Bay Engineering Innovations Alan Boss, Carnegie Institution of Washington Mark Devlin, University of Pennsylvania Megan Donohue, Michigan State University Brenna Flaugher, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Tom Greene, NASA Ames Research Center Puragra Guhathakurta, University of California Observatories/Lick Observatory Michael Hauser, Space Telescope Science Institute Harold McAlister, Georgia State University Peter Michelson, Stanford University Ben Oppenheimer, American Museum of Natural History Frits Paerels, Columbia University Adam Reiss, Johns Hopkins University George Rieke, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona Paul Schechter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Todd Tripp, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
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EOS PPP Meetings: * Meeting 1: May 12-13, 2009, Irvine, CA (closed meeting) * Meeting 2: June 8-11, 2009, Pasadena, CA (open/closed) * Meeting 3: September 23-25, Washington, DC (closed) Final Decadal, SFP, and PPP reports to be issued in mid after usual NAS/NRC review process: * Roger Blandford, Chair, Astro 2010 overall report * Individual, independent SFP and PPP reports as well For more details, please see: