Date:October 1, 2023
101 Bowie St, San Antonio, TX 78205
Meeting Room: Salon I
OCTOBER 1, 2023
|Session 1 (Chair: Natalie Hinkel and Diana Dragomir)||Speaker||Time (CDT)||Duration|
|Welcome + overview of SIGs and SAGs||Ilaria Pascucci||9:00 AM||0:20|
|NASA Headquarters Exoplanet Exploration Program||Josh Pepper, Megan Ansdell||9:20 AM||0:30|
|Exoplanet Exploration Program (ExEP) Office + Science||Karl Stapelfeldt||9:50 AM||0:15|
|The ExoExplorers programs||Tiffany Kataria||10:05 AM||0:15|
|Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey/focus on Qs that the Decadal thinks are most urgent||R. Canup and P. Christensen (Co-Chairs)||10:20 AM||0:30|
|BREAK (20 min)||10:50 AM||0:20|
|What do exoplanet populations tell us about planet diversity?||Sarah Moran||11:10 AM||0:20|
|What do we know about Venus? What are the synergies between planetary and astrophysics science and missions?||Giada Arney||11:30 AM||0:20|
|What do we know about Titan? What are the synergies between planetary and astrophysics science and missions?||Jason Barnes||11:50 AM||0:20|
|What do we know about Uranus? What are the synergies between planetary and astrophysics science and missions?||Leigh Fletcher||12:10 AM||0:20|
|LUNCH BREAK (90 min)||12:30 PM||1:30|
(Chair: Ian Crossfield)
|Planet formation and migration in the Solar System, as constrained by the small body record||Will Grundy||2:00 PM||0:20|
|Planet formation and migration processes constrained by exoplanet observations||Andre Izodoro||2:20 PM||0:20|
|What can stellar compositions tell us about exoplanet compositions?||Romy Rodriguez||2:40 PM||0:20|
|Geochemical evolution of terrestrial planets and biosignatures (HabWorlds)||J. Krissansen-Totton||3:00 PM||0:20|
|Star-planet interactions: Atmospheric escape in the Solar System and applicability to exoplanets (lessons from the Maven mission)||Michael Chaffin||3:20 PM||0:20|
|Earth as an exoplanet: Relevant for detection of ExoEarth Candidates (HabWorlds)||Eddie Schwieterman||3:40 PM||0:20|
|BREAK (20 min)||4:00 PM||0:20|
(Chair: Ilaria Pascucci)
|Business Meeting: Discuss New SIGs/SAGs, Discuss New Findings (Osiris/APEX, moderator: Natalie Hinkel), Solicit new suggestions for ExEP or ExoPAG action, Announcements, etc.||All||4:20 PM||1:30|
|EC Closed Session||EC members only||6:00 PM||0:30|
NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program Analysis Group (ExoPAG) will hold its twenty eighth meeting on October 1st immediately preceding the 55th Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) Meeting. The 55th DPS Meeting will take place October 1-6, 2023 at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, TX. This will be a hybrid meeting. The primary objective of the ExoPAG 28 meeting is to foster stronger connections between the astrophysics and planetary communities within the field of exoplanet science. With this overarching goal, the agenda features presentations that focus on synergies between planetary and astrophysics science and missions. The agenda will also include a few programmatic talks. The program will conclude with our regular business meeting.
The Planetary and Exoplanet communities are invited to send proposed suggestions or proposed findings to the ExoPAG Executive Committee for review prior to the meeting via the anonymous online forms.
(See description of past findings for reference)
Both in-person and remote participants are asked to register for ExoPAG by going to the blue "register" button on this page. This will be of great help to the LOC.
Additionally, in-person participants must register for the DPS separately. The ExoPAG is a splinter session of the DPS, so those attending must register for the appropriate type.
101 Bowie St
San Antonio, TX 78205
Meeting Room: Salon I
Hotel and Transportation
- DPS has information on recommended hotels which can be reserved on their site.
- The San Antonio International Airport is approximately 8 miles from the Marriott Rivercenter
- Information on Ground Transportation is also available.
All meeting participants are expected to review and abide by the NASA statement of principles
ExoPAG in-person attendees are also expected to follow the AAS/DPS Policies and Conduct
- Questions for speakers and the Executive Committee should be submitted via the NASA online tool. Click the "+ ask" button on the right side of the green box to submit a question.
- The Q&A session will be moderated and all appropriate questions will be made public (i.e. no profanity, abuse etc)
- All public questions will be published anonymously
- Questions can be "upvoted" by other attendees by clicking the arrow to the left of the question
- All answers can be viewed under each question
- Previous FAQs