The NASA COPAG is soliciting involvement in a Cosmic Dawn Science Analysis Group (SAG #11). This SAG will assess what questions relating to reionization and galaxy evolution in the very early universe will remain after the JWST mission, and will i) assess the potential for future NASA flagship missions or proposed probe-class missions to answer these questions, ii) explore what investigations can be done with current telescopes and archives, and iii) identify the need for coordinated multi-observatory programs and/or simulation efforts towards these goals. The goal of SAG11 is to analyze the above questions and compose and publish a report, delivered to NASA HQ, by the end of 2020.
We are now soliciting members of the astronomy community for this SAG. If interested, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/PmJfW4ULtYYwGRUD7. We encourage applicants at all career stages.
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