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Steps to Facilitate Principal-Investigator-Led Earth Science Missions B Committee Meeting Agendas DECEMBER 11-13, 2000 Monday—December 11, 2000 Executive Session 09:00-10:00 a.m. Agenda Review and Committee Discussions Open Session 10:00-11:00 Overview of NASA Earth Science Enterprise (ESE) Programs Jack Kaye, NASA ESE 12:15-01:00 p.m. Lunch 01:00-03:30 The PI Experience and Perspectives on the Study: Part I Peter Harvey, University of California, Berkeley Michael Prather, University of California, Irvine Warren Wiscombe, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center 03:30-03:45 Break 03:45-05:00 Discussion with PIs continues 05:00-05:30 Recap and prepare for Tuesday 05:30-06:00 Reception
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Steps to Facilitate Principal-Investigator-Led Earth Science Missions 06:00 Committee Dinner Continued discussion of agenda items 08:00 p.m. Recess for the day Tuesday—December 12, 2000 Executive Session 09:00-10:30 a.m. Committee Discussions Committee Balance and Composition Discussion Joe Alexander, Space Studies Board Open Sessions 10:30-12:00 noon The PI Experience and Perspectives on the Study: Part II Bill Gibson, Southwest Research Institute Prasad Gogineni, University of Kansas 12:00-01:00 p.m. Lunch 01:00-03:30 PI Experience, Continued Bill Gibson, Southwest Research Institute Mark Saunders, NASA/Langley Research Center Richard Zurek, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory 03:30-3:45 Break 03:30-5:30 PI Experience, continued/Roundtable Discussion 05:30 p.m. Recess for the day Wednesday—December 13, 2000 Executive Session 09:00-12:00 noon Committee Discussions Report Outline Writing Assignments and Preparation for Next Meeting 12:00 noon Adjourn
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Steps to Facilitate Principal-Investigator-Led Earth Science Missions APRIL 25-27, 2001 Wednesday—April 25, 2001 Closed Session 09:00 a.m. Introductions/Committee Business Open Sessions 10:00 a.m. Welcome Dan Baker, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) 10:15 Lessons Learned from Small Mission Development Bill Gail, Committee on Earth Studies (CES) and Ball Aerospace 11:15 SuRGE/Thoughts on the CES Study Mike McGrath, LASP 12:00 noon Lunch 01:00 p.m. Recent Experiences with ESSP Mission Development Nick Chrissotimos, Goddard Space Flight Center 02:00 SORCE and Lessons for PI-led Missions Gary Rottman, LASP 03:00 Committee Discussions with Guests 04:00 LASP Tour 05:30 p.m. Adjourn Thursday—April 26, 2001 Open Sessions 09:00 a.m. Welcome and Introductions Mike Freilich, CES 09:15 SNOE and Lessons for PI-led Missions Charles Barth, LASP 10:00 Lessons Learned from Sampex and Other Small Missions Dan Baker, LASP 10:50 Break 11:00 GRACE and Lessons for PI-led Missions Byron Tapley, University of Texas
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Steps to Facilitate Principal-Investigator-Led Earth Science Missions 12:00 noon Lunch 01:00 p.m. Picasso/CENA and other Experiences with PI-led Missions Pat McCormick, Hampton University 02:00 CloudSat and Lessons for PI-led Missions Graeme Stephens, Colorado State University 03:00 Development of Small Planetary Missions Ben Clark, Lockheed-Martin 04:00 Roundtable Discussion Committee, Guests, and LASP Personnel 05:30 p.m. Adjourn Friday—April 27, 2001 Closed Session 08:30 a.m. Committee Discussions —CES Contribution to SSB “Data Mining” Study —Outline and Writing Assignments for PI-mode Study —Plans for Next Meeting 12:00 noon Adjourn
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