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Astrobiology 2014 Strategic Plan

The NASA Astrobiology Strategy process has reached an important milestone. The concept documents, which were created at the Wallops Island workshop, are now ready for public comment.

The commenting process will be kicked-off with a webinar on the 19th of September at 14:00 EDT. During the event, Frank Rosenzweig, Eric Smith, and Michael New will give an overview of the work done so far, and explain the next steps. More details can be found on the website.

The kick-off event will be followed by a series of webinars in which the authors of each paper will discuss their key ideas and answer questions. With a few exceptions for public holidays, these webinars will happen on Wednesday's and Thursday's at 14:00 Eastern time. Details of each event will be available on the web site,, and also via email reminders.

Last Updated: 13 September 2013

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Last Updated: 13 Sep 2013