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  • Planetary Science Websites
    Page PDS Atmospheres Node PDS Geoscience Node PDS Imaging Node PDS Planetary Rings Node PDS Small Bodies Node Map a Planet NASA Regional Planetary Image Facilities RPIF Gazetteer of IAU Planetary Nomenclature Planetary Geology Mapping Program The National Space Science Data Center The National Geophysical Data Center The National Oceanographic Data Center The National Climatic Data Center U S Geological Survey EROS Data Center NASA Astrophysics Data System Home Page Venus Venus Exploration Analysis Group The Magellan Project Guide to Magellan Image Interpretation Earth NASA Earth Observatory VolcanoWorld Virtually Hawaii NASA Interactive Weather Satellite Imagery The NASA JPL Imaging Radar Home Page The Moon LPI Lunar Science and Exploration Portal Lunar Exploration Analysis Group Geologic History of the Moon Lunar Sample Compendium Apollo Lunar Surface Journal Apollo Experiment Operations Clementine Project Lunar Prospector Mission SMART 1 Mission Kaguya Chandrayaan Lunar Meteorites LPOD Map of the Moon Moon Science Mars Exploring Mars Mars Exploration Analysis Group Mars Global Surveyor Mars Pathfinder Phoenix Mars Meteorite Compendium Allan Hills Meteorite 84001 The Outer Solar System Outer Planets Assessment Group Galileo Project Voyager Project Asteroids and Comets Small Bodies Assessment Group Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous Mission Deep Impact Mission Stardust Mission Comet Shoemaker Levy 9 Comet Hale Bopp Tours of the Solar System NASA Planetary Photojournal 3D Tour of the Solar System The Nine Planets Views of the Solar System Welcome to the Planets Stardate Solar System Guide The Sun and the Solar Environment Current Images of the Sun Today s Space Weather Auroras Paintings in the Sky Genesis Mission Other Solar Systems The Search for Extrasolar Planets Astronomical Imagery NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day Hubble Space Telescope Newscenter Spitzer Space Telescope Anglo Australian Observatory s Astronomical Imagery The Multiwavelength Milky Way Space Flight NASA Human Spaceflight Basics of Space Flight Space Shuttle

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  • Analysis Groups
    Science Division Research and Analysis R A NASA Radioisotope Power Systems RPS Lunar Exploration Analysis Group LEAG Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group MEPAG Outer Planets Assessment Group OPAG OPAG is NASA s community based forum designed to provide science input for planning and prioritizing outer planet exploration activities for the next several decades Small Bodies Assessment Group SBAG Venus Exploration Analysis Group VEXAG The Venus Exploration Analysis Group is NASA

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  • Notes from the planetary sciences subcommittee
    2013 NASA Headquarters Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report PSS Telecon April 4 5 2013 NASA Headquarters Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report 2012 PSS Telecon December 21 2012 Planetary Science Division Update Jim Green Presentation Meeting Report PSS Meeting October 2 3 2012 NASA Headquarters Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report 2012 Senior Review PSS Meeting May 8 9 2012 NASA Headquarters Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report PSS Telecon February 23 2012 Planetary Science Division Update Meeting Report Presentations Jim Green Presentation CAPTEM Mini Wadhwa s slides LEAG Chip Shearer s slides MEPAG Dave Des Marais slides OPAG Bill McKinnon s slides SBAG Mark Sykes slides VEXAG Sanjay Limaye s slides 2011 PSS Telecon December 21 2011 Planetary Science Division Update Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report PSS Telecon October 27 2011 Planetary Science Division Update Jim Green Presentation PSS Telecon October 13 2011 Impact of JWST on the planetary budget Jim Green Presentation Eric Smith Presentation Assessment of the NASA Planetary Science Division s Mission Enabling Activities PSS Telecon June 22 2011 Decadal Survey PSS Meeting April 18 19 NASA Headquarters Washington DC Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report PSS Telecon March 16 2011 Presentation Jim Green Meeting Summary PSS Telecon March 1 2011 PSS Meeting January 26 27 2011 NASA Headquarters Washington DC Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report 2010 PSS Meeting July 12 2010 NASA Headquarters Washington DC Meeting Report PSS Meeting April 8 9 2010 NASA Headquarters Washington DC Agenda and Presentations Meeting Report PSS Telecon February 3 2010 Planetary Science Division Status MSL Status Update 2009 PSS Meeting December 3 4 2009 Space Technology Building Laboratory for Atmospheric Space Physics University of Colorado Boulder Agenda and Presentations PSS Telecon October 16 2009 PSS Meeting July 9 10 2009 NASA Headquarters Room 9H40 PSS Meeting Report PSS Meeting Minutes Agenda and

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  • NASA’s Planetary Science Division Facilities
    NASA is working to identify current facilities how they are working and the extent to which they serve the science needs of the broader planetary community Consequently NASA s PSD has released an RFI to the Planetary Science Community and will hold a special session on this topic at the 2016 LPSC meeting and is inviting members of the community to submit abstracts for oral or poster presentation describing their

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  • NASA PSD R and A
    A Reorganization PSD R A Restructured Portfolio of Program Elements Due Dates for Program Elements in the Restructured PSD R A Portfolio U S Planetary Science Community Survey on Research and Analysis Programs Sykes 2010 Resource Links An Integrated Strategy for the Planetary Sciences 1995 2010 Space Studies Board NRC An Enabling Foundation for NASA s Space and Earth Science Missions 2010 NRC report Community Survey and Working Group Discussion PSS Report Assessment of the NASA Planetary Science Division s Mission Enabling Activities 2011 PSS report Planetary Workforce survey 2012 Bagenal Planetary Decadal Survey 2012 Previous Presentations PSD Status Report presented at 45th LPSC March 17 2014 Jim Green PSS Restructuring Planetary Science s Research Analysis Program Jonathan Rall January 2014 SBAG Restructuring Planetary Science s R A Program presentation to SBAG January 9 2014 Planetary R A Presentation to CAPS December 17 2013 Planetary R A Presentation to CAPS November 25 2013 PSD Status Update VEXAG Meeting November 21 2013 Jim Green NRC 2010 An Enabling Foundation for NASA s Space and Earth Science Missions SMD Response to NRC 2010 An Enabling Foundation for NASA s Earth and Space Science Missions Jim Green R A Reorganization Slides VEXAG Meeting November 21 2013 Assessment Of The NASA Planetary Science Division s Mission Enabling Activities PSS August 29 2011 Announcements Virtual Town Hall December 3 2013 12 noon 4 pm EST including video archive Slide Presentation Jonathan Rall December 3 2013 Town Hall Meetings at AGU Venus Town Hall Discussion of Restructuring of the Planetary Science Division R A Program with Jim Green Tuesday December 10 2013 1 00 p m Community Interface Analysis Group Reports CAPTEM concerns about the Planetary Science Division s restructuring of R A programs LEAG responses to PSD R A reorganization MEPAG community response to R

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  • NASA PSD Radioisotope Power Systems
    MMRTG since the supply of Plutonium 238 Pu 238 was limited at the time Now with the restart of the Pu 238 production project this year we expect to have a sufficient supply of Pu 238 for radioisotope power well into the future With an adequate supply of Pu 238 and considering the current budget constrained environment NASA has decided to discontinue procurement of ASRG flight hardware We have given direction to the Department of Energy which manages the flight procurement to end work on the flight units The hardware procured under this activity will be transferred to the Glenn Research Center to continue development and testing of the Stirling technology For future planetary missions that require radioisotope power systems the flight proven MMRTG will be made available It is important to note that the MMRTG and the ASRG were designed to provide the approximately the same electrical power output I am happy to discuss this decision at all the upcoming Assessment Group meetings and at the American Geophysical Union meeting next month where I will address any questions that you may have Background RPS Status Slides from Planetary Science Division Status Report NRC CAPS September 4 2014 James L

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  • Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG)
    NASA in providing analysis of scientific technical commercial and operational issues in support of lunar exploration objectives and of their implications for lunar architecture planning and activity prioritization The LEAG is a community based interdisciplinary forum Membership and participation in the LEAG consists of lunar and planetary scientists life scientists engineers technologists human systems specialists mission designers managers and other professionals drawn from the broad community of academia industry government

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  • Outer Planets Assessment Group (OPAG)
    The Outer Planets Assessment Group OPAG was established by NASA in late 2004 to identify scientific priorities and pathways for exploration in the outer solar system The group consists of a 15 person steering committee which actively solicits input from the scientific community and reports its findings to NASA Headquarters OPAG provides input to NASA but does not make recommendations OPAG Charter OPAG is NASA s community based forum designed to provide science input for planning and prioritizing outer planet exploration activities for the next several decades It is chartered by NASA s Solar System Exploration Division and reports its findings at meetings of the Solar System Exploration Sub Committee of the NASA Space Science Advisory Committee Open to all interested scientists OPAG regularly evaluates outer solar system exploration goals objectives investigations and required measurements on the basis of the widest possible community outreach Recent Meetings February 1 2 2016 Southwest Research Institute SWRI San Antonio Texas Meeting Information Agenda and Presentations August 24 26 2015 JHU APL Laurel MD Agenda and Presentations Posters Meeting Report March 18 2015 LPSC OPAG Townhall Presentations with notes OPAG Science Goals Document 2015 Draft for Community Comment Scientific Goals for Exploration of the

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