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Review of Progress in Astronomy and Astrophysics Toward the Decadal Vision: Letter Report Appendix B Committee Roster and Meeting Agenda Committee on Review of Progress in Astronomy and Astrophysics Toward the Decadal Vision C. Megan Urry, Yale University, Chair Lars Bildsten, University of California, Santa Barbara Roger D. Blandford, Stanford University John Carlstrom, University of Chicago Neal J. Evans, II, University of Texas Jacqueline Hewitt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Craig James Hogan, University of Washington John Huchra, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Christopher McKee, University of California, Berkeley Anneila Sargent, California Institute of Technology Sara Seager, Carnegie Institution of Washington Charles E. Woodward, University of Minnesota Staff Donald C. Shapero, Board on Physics and Astronomy, Director Brian D. Dewhurst, Study Director Pamela A. Lewis, Program Associate Meeting Agenda Keck Center of the National Academies Washington, D.C. Saturday, October 23, 2004 Closed Session 8:00 am Convene Strategic Role of this Report —C. Megan Urry, Chair 8:15 am Bias and Conflict of Interest Discussion —NRC Staff 9:00 am Astronomy Decadal Survey Overview —Christopher McKee 9:30 am Connecting Quarks with the Cosmos Overview —John Huchra 10:00 am Break
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Review of Progress in Astronomy and Astrophysics Toward the Decadal Vision: Letter Report Open Session 10:15 am Committee Discussion 12:15 pm Working Lunch 1:00 pm NSF Program Discussion —Michael Turner and Eileen Friel 3:00 pm Break Closed Session 3:15 pm Committee Discussion 4:30 pm Letter Outline 5:30 pm Writing Assignments and Adjourn Sunday, October 24, 2004 Closed Session 8:00 am Reconvene and Writing Period 10:00 am Break Open Session 10:15 am Status Assessment More information needed? Further discussions? —C. Megan Urry Noon Working Lunch Closed Session 1:00 pm Plan for Finishing the Report 1:30 pm Writing 3:00 pm Adjourn
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