Are you going to be around on Aug 23? I have some business at KSC re radar capabilities, and I'd like to drop by and show what we've done over the last few years and our plans for the future. I think that may impact your thoughts and that of the SBAG community.
Look forward to meeting you.
From: Yan Fernandez [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2011 12:24 PM
Subject: [SBAG Population Identification & Characterization] SBAG Roadmap chapters
Hello everyone -- Here's the latest from Mark, below.
The next deadline to worry about is August 15.
I'm attaching the current version of our chapter.
Here're the primary things we need right now:
1. A matrix in Section 3. The matrix would compare how various small-body characterizations fit in to the various NASA objectives.
2. Text in some of the subsections of Section 5.
3. Sprinkling in some references to the decadal survey.
4. Adding the reference list at the end.
5. "1 page executive summary" (though I can probably whip this up after the rest is done).
If someone could take charge of 1 or more of these items, that'd be great. Let me know soon what you're willing to contribute.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Mark V. Sykes"
> Date: July 17, 2011 2:21:06 PM EDT
> Cc: SBAG ListServ
> Subject: Roadmap chapters
> Reply-To: "Mark V. Sykes"
> Hi All -
> Please have your chapters finalized by August 15 and sent to me for
> posting on the SBAG site.
> As a practical matter, considering we have 9 chapters, they should be
> limited in length to a maximum of 20 pages (including figures), plus a
> 1 page executive summary that includes a bulletized list of goals,
> current status and priority needs. Supplementary documents may be
> provided, but each chapter should be self-contained.
> Now that the decadal survey has been released, it should be referenced
> where relevant.
> Once posted, feedback will be solicited from the SBAG listserv, to be
> directed to the chapter leads. At SBAG 5 (August 25-26), I am setting
> aside three hours for each chapter to be formally approved after very
> short presentations based on the executive summary (the Steering
> Committee will be expected to have reviewed each chapter in advance).
> The plan going forward is for there to be standing committees of SBAG,
> responsible for the maintenance of each Roadmap chapter area, which
> will make this more of a 'living' document. At future SBAG meetings,
> there would be a short report from each committee lead, identifying
> events which have occurred or may occur that would be expected to
> motivate a modification of the Roadmap and to propose such
> modifications when needed. These committees may also be tasked to
> address specific issues and report on them at the next SBAG meeting.
> Thanks much for your efforts!
> Mark V. Sykes, Ph.D., J.D.,
> CEO and Director
> Planetary Science Institute
> 1700 E. Fort Lowell, Suite 106
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Dr. Yan Fernandez, Asst. Prof. of Astronomy Department of Physics, University of Central Florida firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.physics.ucf.edu/~yfernandez
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