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Saturday, March 14


Microsymposium 61: Planets Underground: The Next Frontier in Planetary Exploration —
Saturday, 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM, Montgomery BC
The third dimension of planetary bodies remains largely unexplored. Pioneering and revealing geophysical measurements have shown some aspects of the interior structure of planets. The field of Planets Underground poses many exciting science puzzles and questions, and technological challenges to gain access to measurements relevant to these questions. The 61st Microsymposium will frame and address several questions as we consider exploration strategies for this new frontier in the coming decades. NOTE that this event has been changed to all day Saturday, rather than half day on Saturday and half day on Sunday. Co-organizers are Jack Mustard (Brown University; john_mustard@brown.edu) and Vlada Stamenković (JPL; vlada.stamenkovic@jpl.nasa.gov). For more information and to register, please go to http://www.planetary.brown.edu/html_pages/micro61.htm.