Events at Physics
Our progress has left us with as many new questions as we have answers. In the long term, these fresh questions may be addressed by next-generation observatories using new technology. However, much can be done now by expanding the capabilities of existing instruments and by more effectively combining data from the different observatories. I will outline a promising new approach that extends the reach of the gamma-ray observatory VERITAS while providing a natural context for combining data from multiple instruments. I will also consider the application of this approach to several of the field's outstanding questions and goals.