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Venus Geochemistry: Progress, Prospects, and New Missions

Venus Geochemistry: Progress, Prospects, and New Missions

Start date: 23 Feb 2009
Address: Lunar and Planetary Institute, USRA building, Houston, Texas, United States

More info: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/venus2009/

Our understanding of Venus' origins and evolution is hampered by the dearth of data about its surface. Given the currently limited knowledge about Venus' geochemistry, the Venus Geochemistry workshop has several objectives:

  • to assess current knowledge of Venus' geochemistry
  • to consider Earth-based investigations (laboratory and theoretical) that will enhance understanding of current data and enable future investigations
  • to explore concepts for spacecraft instruments and missions that will increase knowledge of Venus' geochemistry
  • to energize and reconstitute the Venus geochemistry community in preparation for future spacecraft investigations

Last Update: 1 September 2019
5-Jun-2020 13:13 UT

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