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A Statement of Task The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will convene a committee to prepare a short report which will articulate the views of the U.S. science community on specific Agenda Items at issue at the 2023 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) with potential impact on scientific observations, particularly future radio astronomy and Earth remote sensing observations. The committee will: â¢ Identify the 2023 WRC Agenda Items set at the 2019 WRC that are potentially relevant to the scientific use of the radio and microwave spectrum, namely for, but not limited to, radio astronomy and Earth remote sensing; â¢ Assess each of the identified Agenda Items for their potential impactâpositive, negative, or noneâon radio frequency science applications; â¢ Provide the scientific justification for protecting radio astronomy and Earth remote sensing observations in Agenda Items with potential impact on those observations, where appropriate; â¢ Solicit and consider input from the broad international science community relevant to the committeeâs task; and â¢ Establish a position, where needed and within the scope of the identified Agenda Items, to ensure that radio astronomy and Earth remote sensing and other related radio frequency science applications will continue to be able to make needed observations. In preparing its report, the committee will take into account the anticipated future spectrum requirements of the scientific communities and will ensure that the needs of multiple communities are appropriately considered. The report will not consider impacts on the transmission of scientific data. PREPUBLICATION COPY â SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION 73