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Planetary Science Subcommittee discusses the Decadal Survey Results…

March 16, 2011

… and you’re invited to follow along!

The Planetary Science Subcommittee of the NASA Advisory Council will be meeting in Washington, D.C. TODAY from 2-3 p.m. EDT.  This is an OPEN meeting and can be watched live on the web and/or listened to via telephone.  Any interested person may call the toll free conference call number 1-888-972-6899, pass code PSS, to participate in this meeting by telephone. The WebEx link is, meeting number 997 494 870, and password PSS–Mar16. There is a single topic: “Discussion and Formulation of the Planetary Science Division’s Response to the NRC Planetary Decadal Survey Report.”

NASA’s full announcement is posted in the Federal Register and reproduced on

8 Comments leave one →
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  2. Sarah permalink
    March 18, 2011 10:32 am

    If you didn’t get a chance to call in and listen to the discussion, the notes are now posted on the unoffical PSS website:

  3. julie permalink
    March 16, 2011 7:41 pm

    The meeting was very interesting. Now, more exciting discussions coming up at the OPAG meeting on Thursday and Friday!

    Webex infos and agenda can be found at:

  4. julie permalink
    March 16, 2011 1:59 pm

    the passcode is PSS_Mar16

    underscore, not dash

  5. March 16, 2011 1:17 pm

    Thanks for posting this Susan!

  6. julie permalink
    March 16, 2011 12:54 pm

    Of relevance to this post, I would like to recommend the following link

    This is a good, accurate report of the main aspects of the Decadal Survey viewed through the eyes of a junior scientist. The comments made by the author at the end of the article are very inspiring.

    Also the article praises the leadership of several female scientists: Heidi Hammel, Amy Simon-Miller, and Reta Beebe.

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