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Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group (ExoPAG) 14

Category: Meeting
Description:

NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group (ExoPAG) will hold its fourteenth meeting on Saturday and Sunday, June 11-12, 2016 in San Diego, CA. ExoPAG meetings are open to the entire scientific community, and offer an opportunity to participate in discussions of scientific and technical issues in exoplanet exploration, and to provide input into NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program (ExEP). All interested members of the astronomical and planetary science communities are invited to attend and participate. ExoPAG-14 will continue to focus on soliciting input from the wider exoplanet community on ways in which NASA might facilitate exoplanet research over the next few years, as well as input on how it should prioritize its ExEP activities. Suggestions for topics and/or speakers at the meeting along these lines are welcome. There will be reports from the active Study Analysis Groups (SAGs), and the Science Interest Groups (SIG). Questions and suggestions can be sent to NASA-ExoPAG@nasa.gov

When: Saturday 11 June, 2016 11:00 pm PDT - Monday 13 June, 2016 3:00 am PDT
Where: Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, CA
Website: http://exep.jpl.nasa.gov/exopag/exopag14/
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