22 August 2022
From NASA Astrophysics Division Director Dr. Mark Clampin:
“Due to conflicts with other meetings, the precursor science workshop will be rescheduled by 5 weeks from September 7–9 to October 11–13, 2022. With the appointment of a new Astrophysics Division Director this also provides the opportunity to re-assess the workshop’s priorities and alignment with planned GOMAP activities. The workshop will retain its all-virtual format.”
From Dr. Eric Smith and the rest of the workshop organizing committee:
"While the structure of the meeting has been decided, with the delay in the meeting dates we will need to re-confirm speakers for the new dates. The organizing committee will aim to post the updated agenda within the next two weeks. We ask those interested in attending, whether they previously registered or not, to please re-register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdSEWD3dNf1TsdQWu81wH4lK7vZr4HLe4ilDFef4tfQjoS3Vg/viewform.Thank you."
For further information and future updates, please see the Precursor Science Workshop II website: https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/exep/astro2020-precursor-sci-workshop2/
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