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Division of Astronomical Sciences  (MPS/AST)

Phone: (703) 292-8820 | Fax: (703) 292-9034 | Room: 1045 S | Website



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Division Director
James S. Ulvestad 1045 S julvesta@nsf.gov
 
Deputy Division Director (Acting)
David A. Boboltz, Jr. (703) 292-2199 1030 S dboboltz@nsf.gov
 
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Elizabeth A. Pentecost (703) 292-4907 1030 S epenteco@nsf.gov
 
Senior Advisor
Patricia Knezek (703) 292-4896 1045 S pknezek@nsf.gov
 

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