November 20, 2014



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Review of NASA's Science Mission Directorate's Science Plan

Project Scope

An ad hoc committee conducted an assessment of NASA's draft Science Plan (to read the final Science Plan click here), which was made publicly available, and issued a report of the assessment. The Science Plan includes: planetary exploration, solar and space physics, astrobiology, earth sciences, and astronomy and astrophysics (excluding life and microgravity sciences, which are not the responsibility of the Science Mission Directorate. NASA asked the NRC to review the agency's draft science plan with respect to the following issues:

-Responsiveness to NRC recommendations in recent reports;
-Attention to interdisciplinary aspects and overall scientific ba
lance;
-Utility to stakeholders in the scientific community; and
-General readability and clarity of presentation.

The project was sponsored by NASA.

Read the Report on Review of NASA's Science Mission Directorate's Science Plan

Committee Membership:

Mr. A. Thomas Young - (Chair)
Lockheed Martin Corporation [Retired]

Prof. John P. Huchra
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

 

Dr. Spiro K. Antiochos
Naval Research Laboratory

Dr. Ralph Lorenz
University of Arizona

 

Dr. Ana P. Barros
Duke University
Dr. Daniel McCammon
University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Dr. James L. Burch
Southwest Research Institute

 

Dr. Anneila I. Sargent
California Institute of Technology

Dr. Antonio J. Busalacchi, Jr.
University of Maryland, College Park

Dr. Jessica Sunshine
University of Maryland, College Park

Dr. Jack D. Farmer
Arizona State University
Dr. Carl Wunsch
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Ms. Margaret Finarellli
George Mason University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







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Dwayne Day
Study Director, Space Studies Board


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