Planetary Science Decadal Survey Rollout Town Hall Meeting


Tuesday, March 15 2011 - 2:00 pm, PDT
Scott Hubbard (Stanford and SETI) and Dale Cruikshank (NASA Ames)

The Solar System Decadal Survey report for 2013-2022 will be made public in a presentation on March 7 at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, and the document will be available on the website of the National Research Council from that time onward.

The Decadal Survey report is advisory to NASA and the NSF.The core of the report consists of a prioritized list of recommended flight missions and research directions, as well as recommendations for research facilities and data archiving.The report is a result of two-year effort of several committees working with the Steering Committee, and extensive community input through more than 100 white papers addressing every component of Solar System studies.

This town hall event will be held at the SETI Institute, Mountain View, CA to serve the community of interested persons in the Bay Area.Two of the members of the Survey’s Steering Committee, Dale Cruikshank (NASA Ames) and Scott Hubbard (Stanford University), will make a presentation and respond to questions in the two-hour meeting.

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