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  • Bussey, Ben; Garvin, James B.; New, Michael; Niles, Paul; Spann, J. F. (James F.); Stansbery, Eileen K.; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1606-5645; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0176-3259 (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2018)
    The purpose of this workshop is to discuss what science could be leveraged from a deep space gateway, as well as first-order determination of what instruments are required to acquire the scientific data.
  • Kiefer, Walter S.; https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6741-5460; Righter, K. (Kevin), 1965-; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6075-7908 (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2018)
    The second topical conference in the LPI's The First Billion Years initiative focuses on planetary differentiation, which created the basic architecture of the planets and established the initial chemical and physical ...
  • Spudis, Paul D.; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3391-0417; Gillis, Jeffrey J. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2004)
    The digital Lunar Orbiter Atlas of the Moon is a reproduction of the 675 plates contained in Bowker and Hughes. The digital archive, however, offers many improvements upon its original hardbound predecessor. Multiple search ...
  • Spudis, Paul D.; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3391-0417; Gillis, Jeffrey J. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2000)
    "The digital archive consists of the complete set of 675 plates contained in Bowker and Hughes. Images in the archive have been enhanced to display the best photo quality possible. For accuracy and usability surface ...
  • Lofi, J.; Smith, D.; Delahunty, C.; Le Ber, E.; Brun, L.; Henry, G.; Paris, J.; Tikoo, S.; Zylberman, W.; Pezard, P. A.; Célérier, B.; Schmitt, D. R.; Nixon, C.; Expedition 364 Science Party (Copernicus Publications, 2018-10-22)
    In 2016 an international scientific expedition drilled a 1.3 km deep hole to explore the Chicxulub impact crater, buried below the surface of the Yucatán shelf (Mexico). This crater is linked to the End-Cretaceous mass ...
  • Levine, Joel S.; Winterhalter, Daniel (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    The workshop addressed the following questions: 1. Identification of the status of current knowledge in each of the workshop subject areas. 2. Identification of gaps in our knowledge. 3. Needed experiments and measurements ...
  • Connaughton, Valerie; Goldstein, Adam; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0587-7042; Gehrels, Neil (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2016)
    The Eighth Huntsville Gamma-Ray Burst Symposium will cover all areas of GRB science with a particular emphasis on multi-messenger observations and theory. Topics will include prompt emission (observations and theory), ...
  • Esposito, Larry; Howett, Carly J. A.; Bloom, Laura; Schenk, Paul M. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2016)
    Topics include (but are not limited to) geology, geophysics, geochemistry and mineralogy, active jets and their properties and origins, formation and evolution, astrobiology, and future investigations of these bodies. ...
  • Prockter, Louise; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3927-1073; Kay, Jonathan P.; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2239-3031 (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2018)
    The focus of the Europa Deep Dive 2: Composition workshop is to assess existing laboratory data and identify gaps where laboratory work is still needed; assess existing data on the Europa surface and exosphere; plan how ...
  • Prockter, Louise; Schenk, Paul M.; Bierhaus, Beau; Kattenhorn, S. A. (Simon A.); https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3927-1073; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1966-307X (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    The focus of this workshop is exchange processes within Europa’s ice shell, including (but not limited to) tectonism, diapirism, subduction, and impact processes, and their relation to the boundary layers above and below. ...
  • Budden, Nancy Ann.; Spudis, Paul D.; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3391-0417 (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, 1993-03)
    Different SEI mission architectures are evaluated on the basis of three variables: access (to the planet's surface), capability (including number of crew, equipment, and supporting infrastructure)​, and time.
  • Black, David C. (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2005)
    The Evolution of Our Solar System timeline poster (DVD) is composed of four separate panels that can be printed individually. Each file is approximately 455 MB and in .tif format. This DVD contains files for two full-sized ...
  • Ahrens, Caitlin; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1574-112X; Chevrier, Vincent; Roe, Larry (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2018)
    Focuses on the development, generation, and processes of icy satellites, planets/dwarf planets, KBOs, etc. includes contributions pertaining to specific themes: The rheology and composition of such objects; Interior and ...
  • Lunar and Planetary Institute (Lunar and Planetary Innstitute., 1986)
    The scientific discussions focused on two general areas of research: chemical and physical processes in the earliest history of the general areas of research, and general principles of magmatic process applicable both to ...
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Take an interactive tour of one of the largest objects in the asteroid belt. Explore the mountain, Ahuna Mons, and other surface features. Examine a meteorite, and separate it into segments to inspect its internal structure.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Explore the icy shell of Jupiter's moon -- Europa. Interact with a 3D model of the surface of this ocean world and explore its high resolution terrains.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Escape to the Red Planet and interact with a 3D model of Mars. Observe the transition from a wet planet early in its history to the dry world we see today. View locations of past landing sites and the top three targets for ...
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Experience Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, in immersive augmented reality. Step onto Pluto’s surface and take in the spectacular views of the al-Idrisi mountains and Elliot crater.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Take a virtual journey to Saturn and its seven largest moons with 3D visualizations, featuring Dione, Enceladus, Iapetus, Mimas, Rhea, Tethys, and Titan.
  • Unknown author (Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2017)
    Discover surface features of Earth’s nearest neighbor by interacting with a 3D model of the Moon. View the Apollo 11 command module up close from the inside and out.

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