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Dear Colleagues:

On behalf of STAR and the JPSS and GOES-R Programs, I would like to invite you to the first JPSS/GOES-R Proving Ground /Risk Reduction Summit, which will be held from February 24-28, 2020 at NCWCP in College Park, Maryland.

Building on the success of the STAR JPSS Annual Science Meeting and the GOES-R AWG Meetings, this meeting will provide an opportunity for algorithm developers, users, and decision makers to meet face to face to provide insight and guidance for the future of the NESDIS flagship satellite programs.

The meeting will focus on delivering user-inspired science to maximize the utility of the NESDIS operational and research products. Each meeting day will feature individual sessions on various proving ground initiatives that use both GOES-R and JPSS data. The sessions will offer opportunities for algorithm developers and users to share their perspectives on the current status and future needs within each product group. Additionally, we will have one or more poster sessions that will allow scientists to present more detailed descriptions of their work.

More information is forthcoming the next few weeks.

Details as they become available will be posted here: https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/star/meeting_2020JPSSGOES.php

Respectfully,

Meeting Planning Committee


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If you have questions, please contact: Tom Atkins


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