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Astro2020 White Paper Deadline Extended to March 11, 2019

Dear Colleagues:

Now that the government shutdown has ended (at least for the next three weeks), we have decided to extend the due date for science white papers to Monday, March 11.  This date will hold, and we hope that even if there is another interruption in government funding, teams can take advantage of the next weeks to finalize science inputs.  We will also continue to accept nominations for the survey committee and panels through Tuesday, February 5. 

Submit white papers, nominate committee members, and download slides from our recent town hall on the Astro2020 website.
We look forward to engaging with you on the tremendous scientific opportunities ahead in the upcoming decade.

Fiona Harrison and Rob Kennicutt

Astro2020 Decadal Survey Co-Chairs

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About the Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics (Astro2020)

Astro2020 is a partnership between the National Academies and the astronomical community to survey the field of astronomy and astrophysics and provide priorities for the most important scientific and technical activities for the upcoming decade. It will also serve as a guide for scientists, policy makers, and agencies invested in the astronomical sciences.  Visit our website to sign up for our mailing list and keep up to date on the latest developments including calls for input and upcoming events.
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