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Meetings

Upcoming Meetings

Recent Meetings

  • Precursor Science Workshop (Virtual)
    April 20–22, 2022
    Astro2020’s large missions require connection between science and mission architecture. Precursor Science will will inform mission architectures to reduce cost and risk.

  • 239th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society (Cancelled)
    Salt Lake City, Utah, January 9–13, 2022
  • 2021 Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP)
    [VIRTUAL] 4–7 November 2021
  • SACNAS National Diversity in STEM Conference
    25–29 October 2021
  • Webb Telescope in Focus!

    Ready for commissioning, see press release.


    COR News and Events

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    Upcoming Events

    7–9 June 2022
    Unique Science from the Moon in the Artemis Era Workshop »  Details.
    11–12 June 2022
    240th American Astronomical Society Meeting »  Details.

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    Program News and Announcements

    10 May 2022
    Unique Science from the Moon in the Artemis Era Workshop »  Details.
    28 April 2022
    National Academies Board on Physics and Astronomy — Spring 2022 Meeting »  Details.
    27 April 2022
    NASA Response to Astro2020 Decadal Survey, Dr. Paul Hertz, Division Director, Astrophysics Division, Science Mission Directorate, NASA »  Details.
    11 April 2022
    NASA Astrophysics Division Town Hall | May 3, 2022 »  Details.
    19 January 2022
    NASA PCOS/COR Program Office Announces Upcoming International Workshop on Time Domain Astronomy/Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (TDAMM) »  Details.
    13 January 2022
    NASA Astrophysics Division Director Position Advertisement »  Details.
    Continuing call for nominations to the Cosmic Origins Program Analysis Group (COPAG) Executive Committee. »  Details.

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