Space Science Week March 27-29, 2018--Washington, DC
Space Science Week, a joint meeting of the space science discipline and standing committees of the Space Studies Board, Board on Physics and Astronomy, and Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board will take place at The National Academies Building in Washington, DC (2101 Constitution Avenue, NW), March 27-29, 2018. At this meeting, the standing committees will convene in plenary, joint, and individual sessions to discuss issues and advances in their fields.
REGISTRATION COMING IN JANUARY 2018
Agendas in pdf format TBD in January 2018
- PLENARY ONLY
Learn About the March 28th Public Lecture (TBD)
Please note: if you have registered to attend the Space Science Week Meeting on March 27-29, then you have already registered to attend the public lecture.
For further more detailed information on each of the standing committees, including copies of presentations made at Space Science Week standing committee sessions, view the individual committee's website (linked below).
National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
Directions to the National Academy of Sciences Building
The National Academy of Sciences Building, located in the Foggy Bottom area of Washington, D.C., is served by Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI). It is accessible by Metro's Orange and Blue lines. Limited parking is available for participants in the visitors parking area of the NAS building. Parking is provided on a first-come basis, and overflow is directed to public parking garages. Street parking is also available.The public parking facilities closest to the NAS Building are Colonial Parking (20th Street, NW, between E and F Streets) and Columbia Plaza (23rd and Virginia Avenue, NW). See link regarding directions for more information.
The Next Space Science Week will be held on March 26-28, 2019 in Washington, DC.
Presentations to be posted at the links below post meeting.
View Archive of Space Science Week 2017
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