Earth Sciences Division Earth System Observatory Community Forum – June 30, 2021
Status report from: NASA Science Mission Directorate
Posted: Thursday June 24 2021
Continuing our efforts to communicate our progress towards the implementation of the 2017 Ten-Year Survey, we invite you to join us from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST on June 30 for the Observatory Community Forum. Earth Systems Division of the Earth Sciences Division.
This forum will provide an overview of the evolution of the Earth System Observatory and our plans for the missions that make up this future Earth observation architecture, and provide a platform for any questions you may have. This meeting will be virtual only. Information about the meeting and WebEx appears at the end of this message.
We invite you to submit your questions before the forum at https://nasa.cnf.io/
The measurements collected by ESO will help answer the most pressing questions on our changing planet, as identified by the 2017 Decadal Survey, “Thriving on Our Changing Planet: A Ten-Year Strategy for Observing Earth from Space. Each of the five “designated observables” that make up the core of ESO will alone provide important environmental metrics. But it is by bringing them together, into a single observatory, that NASA will explore the connections between the complex systems of our home planet and improve our ability to predict future changes. We will do the community forum available online as and when they become available.presentation and other media
Information on the connection to the Earth System Observatory Community Forum of the Division of Earth Sciences:
Wednesday June 30, 2021
12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern Time
Meeting number: 199 558 8795
Meeting Password: VHu935smjX @
Audio conferencing information
To be called back, provide your phone number when joining the event, or call the number below and enter the access code.
US number: + 1-415-527-5035
Global telephone numbers: https: //nasaenterprise.webex.
Access code: 199 558 8795
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