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Cosmic Origins Chief Scientist
Dr. Peter L. Kurczynski
Comic Origins
Chief Scientist
Dr. Swara Ravindranath
Cosmic Origins
Deputy Chief Scientist
Cosmic Origins Support Scientist
Dr. Ronald S. Gamble
Cosmic Origins
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NASA Astrophysics Statement of Principles

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NASA Astrophysics is committed to fully implementing the core value of Inclusion as defined by the agency. NASA Astrophysics is committed to making its working environment an inclusive, safe, and harassment- and bullying-free space. Everyone working under the auspices of NASA Astrophysics should feel welcome and supported in their ability to do their job, regardless of any characteristic unrelated to the ability to do one’s job including (but not limited to) age, body size, disability, economic or social status, family status, gender or gender presentation, nationality, neurodivergence, physical appearance, race, religion, or sexual orientation.

Inclusion is a NASA core value.


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27 February 2024
Cosmic Pathfinders Program: Cosmic Chatter Seminar | Thursday, February 29th | 2:30p – 4:00p ET
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23 February 2024
AGN Vision Series Talk by Kim Weaver | Tuesday February 27, 12:00pm ET
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First TDAMM SIG Virtual Meeting | March 1st, 2:00pm ET
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Save the Date! UV Science and Instrumentation Workshop | May 7th – 9th, Pasadena CA
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ROSES-23 Astrophysics Decadal Survey Precursor Science: Science Gaps Worksheet
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UVEX Selected as Next Astrophysics Medium-Class Explorer
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TESS Science Conference III – Abstract Submission and Parallel Sessions | July 29th – August 2nd, 2024
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