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Browsing by Subject "Venus (Planet)--Exploration"

Browsing by Subject "Venus (Planet)--Exploration"

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  • Smrekar, Suzanne E.; Andrews-Hanna, Jeffrey C.; Breuer, Doris; Byrne, Paul; Buczkowski, Debra L.; Campbell, Bruce A.; Davaille, A.; Dyar, M. Darby (Melinda Darby); Di Achille, G.; Fassett, Caleb; Gilmore, Martha S.; Grimm, Robert E.; Helbert, Jorn; Hensley, Scott; Herrick, Robert R.; Iess, Luciano; Jozwiak, Lauren; Katiaria, Tiffany; Mastrogiuseppe, Marco; Mazarico, Erwan; Mueller, Nils; Nunes, Daniel; O'Rourke, Joseph; McGovern, Patrick J. (Geophysicist); Raguso, Maria; Stock, Joann; Tsang, Constantine; Widemann, Thomas; Whitten, Jennifer; Widemann, Thomas; Zebker, Howard (2020)
    Although supremely unhospitable to life today, Venus’s geodynamic similarities to Earth provide the ultimate control case for understanding rocky planet evolution and habitability. It very likely had past long-term surface ...
  • Treiman, Allan H.; McCanta, Molly; Filiberto, Justin (2020)
    Laboratory experiments are crucial adjuncts to NASA’s spacecraft exploration program, because spacecraft observations and data commonly can only be understood by comparison with controlled studies of analog materials in ...
  • Unknown author (Keck Institute for Space Studies, 2015-04-01)
    This report lays out the motivations for conducting seismology at Venus and presents an analysis of the feasibility of these techniques, as well as the major areas of uncertainty. It also defines a clear path forward ...
  • Santos, Alison R.; Filiberto, Justin; https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5058-1905; Ganesh, Indujaa; Gilmore, Martha S.; Lewis, Jonathan A.; Treiman, Allan H.; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8073-2839 (2020)
    We encourage the Decadal Panel to continue its emphasis on the surface of Venus as a spacecraft target and to promote the continued development of technologies that can collect petrologic data in Venus’ challenging environment.
  • McGovern, Patrick J. (Geophysicist); https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9647-3096 (2020)
    Here I identify the next steps that would unleash the potential of the vast range of volcanic phenomena recorded at the surface of Venus to inform, or perhaps transform, studies of Venus’ evolution and the volcanic expressions ...

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