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Cosmic Origins News

8 July 2022

Time Domain and Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (TDAMM) | August 22-24 2022

The NASA Physics of the Cosmos (PCOS) Program Office is organizing a TDAMM Initiative Workshop. The goal of the 3-day workshop, to be held August 22–24, 2022, in the Annapolis area, is to identify and prioritize the top science questions for Time Domain and Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (TDAMM) that need to be addressed to implement the recommendations of the Astro 2020 Decadal Report. NASA invites US and international members of the ground and space science community and of the astronomy and physics communities to attend the workshop and contribute to its final product, a publicly available report with findings for the NASA Headquarters Astrophysics Division.


We are pleased to announce the location for the TDAMM Workshop to be held at the Maryland Inn in Annapolis, Maryland. Additional location details below:

Maryland Inn
58 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401

There are a limited number of rooms available at a reduced rate. We encourage those who plan to attend this workshop in person to make reservations soon and state that they are with the TDAMM workshop. The workshop will include support for virtual attendance for those unable to attend in person.

Additionally, please review and submit the code of conduct prior to attending the workshop. We will update the website with a schedule shortly and send an email to this list when it's ready. To submit ePosters, please upload a PDF version here.

Even though NASA is pleased to offer participation in this workshop with no registration fees, it is still important to register regardless of whether you are planning to attend in person or virtually. If you have not done so already, please register here.

NASA employees please remember to register participation in NCTS.

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