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DRAFT DOCUMENTS DUE FEBRUARY 1. WILL BE INITIALLY POSTED FOR PUBLIC COMMENT. presentations of all white papers at LPSC.
Link to prior Decadal white papers. https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/science-goals/decadal-studies/?order=publish_date+desc&per_page=50&page=0&search=&condition_1=WP%3Astudy_type&fs=&fc=&ft=&dp=&category=
FOLDER TO UPLOAD WHITE PAPER DOCS:
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Working TitlePrimary AuthorPoint of contact (if not author)Contact email for interested coauthorsCo-authors; (Please include email and institution)Co-signers to be added . (Please Include your institution)Link to working Document
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ixI3Lluu3LQPukIicqo69tyDZwe8O8c2?usp=sharing
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Guidelines from the National Academies: White papers may not be more than 7 pages in length, single spaced, including all figures, tables, references and appendices. Papers can include web links to other documents among the references.
* A cover page may be included (beyond the 7-page limit) that should include the title of the white paper, the primary author’s name, phone number, institution, and email address, and a list of co-authors with their respective institutions.
* Use a 12-pt font with 1-inch margins on all sides of the document. One column format.
* Papers in Microsoft Word (.doc or *.docx), Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) formats will be accepted. No other formats will be accepted.
* White paper file sizes should be as small as possible. White papers larger than 50 Mb in size cannot be accepted, and files much smaller than this are encouraged. For file management purposes, please compress your figures as much as possible. You can provide hyperlinks to higher resolution versions of illustrations if you wish. *See template on https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ixI3Lluu3LQPukIicqo69tyDZwe8O8c2.
DEADLINES: 1. Written rough drafts or outlines should be brought to VEXAG in the form of 10-20 hard copies of your draft. Your current version should also be posted to the google drive before VEXAG. 2. Revised electronic versions should be posted in the google drive by February 1 for public review before LPSC. All drafts will then be reviewed at the "White Paper Fair" during LPSC. 3. Near-final drafts should be posted by April 1 for public comments. 4. Penultimate copies will be collected from the google drive on May 1. VEXAG will bundle together and send all white papers to the National Academies by roughly June 1. See google drive for document template. Watch this space for updates.ADVICE for white papers: Make it easy on the panel and committee readers.  They are reading this and will have to write the report in the end.  Help them!  Have tables and images they can use. 7 pages is not long and being succinct is useful.  This is NOT a research paper.  It is a sales document for your idea, mission or your suggestion. Answer the strategy question: What is the purpose of the white paper? It can be information (maybe better to publish a paper), a concept/idea for future missions for panel and ex. committee consideration, or even input into DS for technological advances that will enable new science/missions. If your white paper is a community input, it should be well-supported by a majority of the community i.e. have lots of signatures and have inputs from a large set of scientists/technologists/engineers.  If not, it is ok to have fewer signatures on a very thoughtful paper - especially if the idea is novel and well-thought out. Provide a paragraph with context for your idea/scientific point in comparison to other bodies and how it fits into “planetary science’.  The last DS had in Chapter The Motivations for Planetary Science and Recent Achievements in Planetary Science. Although it might not be identical this time, it might be useful to have your input easily assimilated into such sections.  Show how important your work is - but in the context of planetary science as a whole.Please put in this column a link to whatever current version of the document you'd like to share (doc/pdf/etc). We recommend that primary authors who place documents in the main folder make their documents read-only.
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EMPIRE Strikes Back: Venus Exploration in the New Human Spaceflight AgeNoam R. Izenbergnoam.izenberg@jhuapl.eduR. L. McNutt, K. Runyon, Paul Byrne (NCSU)Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Jonathan Sauder, Stephen Kane (UC Riverside), Dmitry Gorinov, Shannon Curry, Darby Dyar (PSI), Ye Lu (Kent State University), Joe O'Rourke, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Pat Beauchamp, Jeremy Brossier (Wesleyan University)
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f3WaOYFLnxZnYRfzvi3T5-mcb2mbrkQT8rwxMnGX6Wo/edit?usp=sharing
(link is for viewing. If you want to join the writing team, let Noam know.
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The Importance of Venus in Decadal PrioritiesDarby Dyarmdyar@mtholyoke.eduN. R. IzenbergJennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang,Allan Treiman, Jorn Helbert, Stephen Kane (UC RIverside), Emmanuel Marcq, Shannon Curry, Amanda Brecht, Sue Smrekar, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Patrick McGovern, Joe O'Rourke, Jeffery Hall (JPL), Pat Beauchamp, Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Giada Arney (NASA GSFC), Zachary Williams, Ye Lu (Kent State University), Kerrin Hensley (Boston University), Michael Way (NASA GISS)see folder
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Venus as a Nearby Exoplanetary LaboratoryStephen Kaneskane@ucr.eduGiada Arney, David Crisp, Shawn Domagal-Goldman, Colin Goldblatt, David Grinspoon, James W. Head, Adrian Lenardic, Victoria Meadows, Cayman Unterborn, Michael J. Way, Kevin Zahnle, Joe O'Rourke, S. Smrekar, Paul Byrne (NCSU)William Moore, Noam Izenberg (APL), Chuanfei Dong, Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Martha Gilmore, Allan Treiman, Jorn Helbert, Patrick McGovern, Zachary Williams, Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison) (UW-Madison), Emmanuel Marcq, Shannon Curry, Darby Dyar (PSI), Jason Rabinovitch (JPL), Pat Beauchamp, Jeff Balcerski, Kandis-Lea Jessup, Kerrin Hensley (Boston University), Amanda Brecht, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.) Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC), Alexey Martynov (LAV), Anastasia Kosenkova (LAV), Scott Guzewich (NASA GSFC), Gabriella Gilli, Shaosui Xu (UC Berkeley)
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JP_fO9aq62c7786JZJSed4S9rDk8CdrKoCo3qlLoUUk/edit?usp=sharing
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Venus Experimental WorkAllan Treimantreiman@lpi.usra.eduMolly McCanta, Justin Filiberto, Natasha Johnson, Allison Santos, Jorn HelbertNoam Izenberg (APL), Jennifer Whittten, Constantine Tsang, Martha Gilmore, Jorn Helbert, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Darby Dyar (PSI), Timothy N. Titus, Kevin Baines, Patrick McGovern, Sue Smrekar (JPL), Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Alex Akins, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.),Pat Beauchamp (JPL), Stephen Kane (UC Riverside), Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC), Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Venus Exploration Targets: Update of 2014 VETW Tables and findings from the 2019 Venera-D Landing Site Workshop
Noam R. Izenberg
noam.izenberg@jhuapl.eduLarry Esposito, Tracy Gregg, Paul Byrne (NCSU)Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Jorn Helbert, Erin Bethell, Darby Dyar (PSI), Jason Rabinovitch (JPL), Allan Treiman (LPI), Joe O'Rourke, Zachary Williams, Patrick McGovern, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Josh P. Elliott (LASP), Pat Beauchamp (JPL), Alexey Martynov (LAV), Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC), Anastasia Kosenkova (LAV), Michael Way (NASA GISS)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=15hCEksWVi_-cOzejL-2JUyfZKzhiJkli
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LISSEe, VBOS, etc. small platforms for long-lived missionsTibor Kremic
Tibor.Kremic@nasa.gov, gary.w.hunter@nasa.gov
Gary HunterNoam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Martha Gilmore, Jorn Helbert, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Kevin Baines, Patrick McGovern, Dmitry Gorinov, Allan Treiman (LPI), Jonathan Sauder, Zachary Williams, Sue Smrekar (JPL), Jeffery Hall, Alexey Martynov (LAV), Pat Beauchamp,Anastasia Kosenkova (LAV), Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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High temperature electronics: recent advancesGary Huntergary.w.hunter@nasa.govTibor Kremic (NASA GRC)Noam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Kevin Baines, Sue Smrekar, Allan Treiman, Darby Dyar, Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Sustainability of Mature Entry System and TPS Technologies for Enabling Future Venus missions
Ethiraj Venkatapathy
Ethiraj.Venkatapathy-1@nasa.gov
A. Austin, A. Cassell, D. Ellerby, J. Feldman, M. Gasch, D. Hash, H. Hwang, T. Kremic, M. Lobbia, S. Muppidi, A. Nelessen, M. Stackpoole, and P. WercinskiNoam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Kevin Baines, Ye Lu (Kent State University), Melissa Trainer, Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Jonathan Sauder, Sue Smrekar (JPL), Colby Ostberg (UC Riverside), Jeffery Hall, Tibor Kremic NASA GRC), Pat Beauchamp (NASA JPL), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Jason Rabinovitch (JPL)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Oxm8NI8jEJE9S_Q00GUU8y5pTBS0Jqbg/view?usp=sharing
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Surface platform study (if committee report is not already done)Tibor Kremictibor.kremic@nasa.govJim Cutts, Kuan-Lin Lee, Mike Amato (NASA GSFC)Noam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Darby Dyar (PSI), Kevin Baines, Jonathan Sauder, Jim Cutts (JPL), Kuan-Lin Lee
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Aerial platform updatesJim Cuttsjcutts@jpl.nasa.govJeff Hall, Larry Matthies and Tommy Thompson. Will include the authors of the Venus Aerial Platform Report p[ublsihed in October 2018 and other involved in updating it.Josette BellanNoam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Eliot Young, Dmitry Gorinov, Patrick McGovern, Ye Lu (Kent State University), Amanda Brecht, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Alexey Martynov (LAV), Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC), Pat Beauchamp,Anastasia Kosenkova (LAV)
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Searching for Crustal Remanent Magnetism and an Early Dynamo on VenusJoseph O'Rourkejgorourk@asu.eduRob Lillis, Glyn Collinson, Roger Fu, Leonardo Regoli, Joshua Knicely, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Chuanfei DongNoam Izenberg (APL), Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Jared Espley, Kevin Baines, Jorn Helbert, Darby Dyar (PSI), Allan Treiman (LPI), Martha Gilmore, Pat Beauchamp (JPL), Zachary Williams, Amanda Brecht, Peter James (Baylor University), Stephen Kane (UC RIverside), Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Atmosphere/Weather?
Kevin McGouldrick
kevin.mcgouldrick@lasp.colorado.edu
Josette BellanNoam Izenberg (APL), Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Eliot Young, Jeff Balcerski, Stephen Kane (UC Riverside), Kevin Baines, Timothy N. TItus, Patrick McGovern, Shannon Curry, Emilie Royer (PSI), Kerrin Hensley (Boston University), Amanda Brecht, Jack Elston, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Alex Akins, Shawn Brueshaber (Western Michigan University), Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC), Pat Beauchamp (NASA JPL),Michael Way (NASA GISS), Scott Guzewich (NASA GSFC), Aymeric Spiga (Sorbonne Université / LMD)
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Importance of airglow as a tracer of Venus' upper atmosphere dynamicsEmilie Royeremilieroyer@psi.eduCandace Gray, Dmitry Gorinov, Amanda BrechtNoam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Glyn Collinson, Jared Espley, Emmanuel Marcq, Shannon Curry, Kandis-Lea Jessup, Kerrin Hensley (Boston University), Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Josh P. Elliott (LASP), Gabriella Gilli, Shaosui Xu (UC Berkeley)
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Geodynamics, Habitability, and the Case for Venus (draft title)Sue Smerkarsuzanne.e.smrekar@jpl.nasa.govBob Grimm, Joe O'Rourke, Pat McGovern, Paul Byrne (NCSU)Noam Izenberg (APL), Debra Buczkowski (APL), Jennifer Whitten, Hannes Bernhardt (ASU, signatory), Jaclyn Clark, Constantine Tsang, Erin Bethell, Colby Ostberg (UC Riverside), Jorn Helbert, Scott Hensley, Jeff Balcerski, Martha Gilmore, Jason Rabinovitch (JPL), Timothy N. Titus, Stephen Kane (UC Riverside), Thomas Widemann, Darby Dyar (PSI), Peter James (Baylor University), Zachary Williams, Pat Beauchamp, Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Amanda Brecht, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Jeffery Hall, Jeremy Brossier (Wesleyan University), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Scott Guzewich (NASA GSFC)
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Importance of orbital spectroscopy on VenusJoern HelbertJoern.Helbert@dlr.deDarby Dyar, Noam Izenberg, Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Allan Treiman, Sue Smrekar, Joe O'Rourke, Scott Hensley, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Pat Beauchamp, Martha Gilmore, Timothy N. TItus, Indhu VaratharajanNoam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Glyn Collinson, Emmanuel Marcq, Indhu Varatharajan, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Pat Beauchamp (JPL), Jeremy Brossier (Wesleyan University)
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3D Venus models and their intimate connection to missions/dataAmanda Brechtamanda.s.brecht@nasa.govStephen Brecht, Sebastian Lebonnois, Janet Luhmann, Yingjuan Ma, Helen Parish, Josette BellanMartha Gilmore, Jason Rabinovitch (JPL), Kevin Baines, Stephen Kane, Melissa Trainer, Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Pat Beauchamp, Emilie Royer, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Scott Guzewich (NASA GSFC), Gabriella Gilli, Shaosui Xu (UC Berkeley)
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Venus Tesserae and surface geomorphologyJenny Whittenjwhitten1@tulane.eduMarty Gilmore, S. Smrekar, Jeremy Brossier (Wesleyan University), Paul Byrne (NCSU)Noam Izenberg (APL), Debra Buczkowski (APL), Constantine Tsang, Allan Treiman (LPI), Joe O'Rourke, Darby Dyar (PSI), Erin Bethell, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Scott Hensley, Pat Beauchamp, Jorn Helbert, Peter James (Baylor University), Zachary Williams, Jeremy Brossier (Wesleyan University), Michael Way (NASA GISS)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1C0CPcAhstaqrCyqdps5LUsdB7_XgpLHC
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Venus as an astrobiology targetSanjay Limayesslimaye@wisc.eduGiada Arney, Mark Bullock, Kevin Baines, James Cutts, Rakesh Mogul, Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC)Noam Izenberg (APL), Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Jorn Helbert, Dmitry Gorinov, Emmanuel Marcq, Chuanfei Dong, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Julie Nekola Novakova (European Astrobiology Institute)
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Investigating dynamical processes on Venus with infrasound observations from balloon and orbitSiddharth Krishnamoorthy
siddharth.krishnamoorthy@jpl.nasa.gov
Attila Komjathy, Jim Cutts, Philippe Lognonne, Mark Panning, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Raphael Garcia, Danny Bowman, Robin Matoza, Art Jolly, Eliot YoungNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, David Mimoun, Jennifer Jackson, Darby Dyar (PSI), Colby Ostberg (UC Riverside), Sue Smrekar (JPL), Joe O'Rourke, Kevin Baines, Timothy N. TItus, Kuan-Lin Lee, Jorn Helbert, Jason Rabinovitch (JPL), Zachary Williams, Emilie Royer, Mike Pauken, Amanda Brecht, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Jeffery Hall, Ratnakumar Bugga, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Pat Beauchamp,Anastasia Kosenkova (LAV), Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Venus: a Natural Volcanological LaboratoryPatrick McGovernmcgovern@lpi.usra.eduPaul Byrne (NCSU), Lynn Carter, Indujaa GaneshNoam Izenberg (APL), Debra Buczkowski (APL), Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Jorn Helbert, Joe O'Rourke, Sue Smrekar (JPL), Peter James (Baylor University), Erin Bethell, Colby Ostberg (UC Riverside), Kuan-Lin Lee. Scott Hensley, Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Martha Gilmore, Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Thermal Protection System Technologies for Enabling Future Venus ExplorationMatt Gaschmatthew.j.gasch@nasa.govHelen Hwang, Don EllerbyConstantine Tsang, Martha Gilmore, Pat Beauchamp, Ye Lu (Kent State University), Kevin Baines, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Scott Hensley (JPL), Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Melissa Trainer, Amanda Brecht, Jeffery Hall, Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Venus experimental facilities and applications for them for technology development and science investigationsAlison Santosalison.r.santos@nasa.govDevon Burr, Gary Hunter, Tibor Kremic, Noam Izenberg, Jorn Helbert, Jeff Balcerski, Josette BellanConstantine Tsang, Martha Gilmore, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Darby Dyar (PSI), Colby Ostberg (UC Riverside), Timothy N. Titus, Jaime Cordova, Thomas Widemann, Sue Smrekar (JPL), Joe O'Rourke, Jeffery Hall, Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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Carbon, oxygen, and sulfur cycles in Venus’ atmospheric chemistry

Frank Millsfrank.mills@anu.edu.auNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Emmanuel Marcq, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton)
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Ground-based observations of Venus in support of future missionsNoam Izenbergnoam.izenberg@jhuapl.eduJennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Jorn Helbert, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Martha Gilmore, Dmitry Gorinov, Emmanuel Marcq, Amanda Brecht, Timothy N. TItusNoam Izenberg, Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Jorn Helbert, Martha Gilmore, Dmitry Gorinov, Emmanuel Marcq, Amanda Brecht, Kevin Baines, Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Alex Akins, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Zachary Williams, Giada Arney
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1juvjq1wpDAVXo3e0RzR3dM6xEOT-p0q7sePyKJtYo88/edit?usp=sharing
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Space Physics at Venus: Atmospheric dynamics, escape, and evolutionGlyn Collinsonglyn.a.collinson@nasa.govShannon Curry, Janet Luhmann, Chris Russell, Steve Ledvina, Joe O'Rourke, Chuanfei DongNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, Jared Espley, Amanda Brecht, Kevin Baines, Kerrin Hensley (Boston University), Zach Williams, Emilie Royer
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Coordination and strategy for international partners and collaborations for VenusJorn HelbertNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Jorn Helbert, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Julie Nekola Novakova (European Astrobiology Institute)
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Venus petrology, mineralogy, and geochemistryAlison Santosalison.r.santos@nasa.govAllan Treiman, Justin Filiberto, Marty Gilmore, Jorn Helbert, Indujaa Ganesh, Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC)Noam Izenberg, Jennifer Whitten, Constantine Tsang, Erin Bethell, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Jorn Helbert, Sue Smrekar, Jeff Balcerski, Joe O'Rourke, Zachary Williams, Michael Way (NASA GISS)
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In Situ Exploration of Venus’ Clouds by Dynamic SoaringJack Elstonbullock@stcnet.comMark Bullock, Maciej Stachura, Sebastien Lebonnois, S.S.Limaye, D.H.GrinspoonNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Amanda Brecht, Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Ye Lu (Kent State University), Jonathan Sauder, Tibor Kremic (NASA GRC)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1u5AQY7LnaciQlo9v6vhvklh19utzy8up
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Venus Observing SystemSanjay Limayesslimaye@wisc.eduVOS Team, Recommended by PMCS Review panelNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Kevin Baines, Amanda Brecht, Ryan McCabe (Hampton Univ.), Alexey Martynov (LAV), Anastasia Kosenkova (LAV)
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Venus and solar input: Solar Energetic Particles and Coronal Mass EjectionsShannon Currysmcurry@berkeley.eduJanet Luhmann, Glyn Collinson, Chuanfei Dong, Robert Lillis, Christina LeeNoam Izenberg, Constantine Tsang, Amanda Brecht, Joe O'Rourke, Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Stephen Kane (UC Riverside), Colby Ostberg(UC Riverside), Emilie Royer (PSI), Jared Espley, Kerrin Hensley (Boston University), Pat Beauchamp (NASA JPL), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Scott Guzewich (NASA GSFC), Shaosui Xu (UC Berkeley)
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The Venus Life Equation
Noam R. Izenberg
noam.izenberg@jhuapl.eduDavid J. Smith, Dianna Gentry, Martha Gilmore, David Grinspoon, Mark Bullock, Penny BostonJennifer Whitten, Darby Dyar (PSI), Constantine Tsang, Paul Byrne (NCSU), Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Kevin Baines, Timothy N. Titus, Stephen Kane (UC Riverside), Jorn Helbert, Pat Beauchamp, Michael Way (NASA GISS), Rakesh Mogul, Julie Nekola Novakova (European Astrobiology Institute)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HWRFTRCT0urLfzGq3f1-2m4DQJzWnu1n
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Thalassa: A Mission Concept to Follow the Water on VenusPaul Byrnepaul.byrne@ncsu.eduElizabeth Frank, Constantine Tsang, Siddharth Krishnamoorthy, Emilie Royer, Darby Dyar, Chris Voorhees, Peter Illsley, Sean Solomon, Joe O'RourkeMartha Gilmore, Jorn Helbert, Zachary Williams, Erin Bethell, Jaime Cordova (UW-Madison), Kevin Baines, Amanda Brecht, Colby Ostberg(UC Riverside), Stephen Kane, Jared Espley, Chuanfei Dong (Princeton), Jeffery Hall, Peter James (Baylor University), Shawn Brueshaber (Western Michigan University), Michael Way (NASA GISS), Scott Guzewich (NASA GSFC), Julie Nekola Novakova (European Astrobiology Institute)
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Long Duration Directed Surface Mobility (Rovers) on VenusJonathan Sauderjonathan.sauder@jpl.nasa.govEvan HilgemannPaul Byrne (NCSU), Erin Bethell, Tibort Kremic (NASA GRC)
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In-Situ Geochemistry and Mineralogy on Venus using the RLS InstrumentSamuel Cleggsclegg@lanl.govDarby DyarSue Smrekar, Jorn Helbertsee folder
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