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Statement of Task

Issues in Space Science and Technology: Workshop Series

An ad hoc committee under the auspices of the Space Studies Board will organize a series of public workshops summarizing space and Earth science and technology issues. These issues will be discussed at workshops convened to complement Space Studies Board meetings in November 2007 (which will focus on critical issues in U.S. space policy), March 2008 (which will focus on the FY2009 President's budget request for space and Earth science), and June 2008 (which will focus on the status of space and Earth science projects and funding).

An individually authored summary of each workshop will be prepared in accordance with institutional guidelines.



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A Statement of Task Issues in Space Science and Technology: Workshop Series An ad hoc committee under the auspices of the Space Studies Board will organize a series of public workshops summarizing space and Earth science and technology issues. These issues will be discussed at workshops convened to complement Space Studies Board meetings in November 2007 (which will focus on critical issues in U.S. space policy), March 2008 (which will focus on the FY2009 President's budget request for space and Earth science), and June 2008 (which will focus on the status of space and Earth science projects and funding). An individually authored summary of each workshop will be prepared in accordance with institutional guidelines. 9