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Virtual Early Career Planetary Networking Event

The LPI hosted a Virtual Early Planetary Networking Event to provide early career students and postdocs the opportunity to highlight their research experience and skill sets for potential employers/advisors. Seventy-three early career students/postdocs registered for the event.

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Kick Off Event—Early Career Professionals and the Planetary Decadal Survey

A kick-off event for the early career program of the Decadal Survey in Planetary Science and Astrobiology. Learn about the decadal survey and hear from the experts. The Decadal Survey on Planetary Science and Astrobiology will assess key scientific questions in planetary science and astrobiology, identify priority medium- and large-class missions and other initiatives, and present a comprehensive research strategy for the 2023–2032 timeframe. Community participation is important for the success of the survey.

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Colleen Hartman
Director of Space & Aeronautics, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Lori Glaze
Director of Planetary Science Division, NASA
Bethany Ehlmann
Professor, California Institute of Technology
Louise Prockter
Director, Lunar and Planetary Institute
William McKinnon
Professor, Washington University

NASA Headquarters Briefing

Representatives from NASA address the community.

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Lori Glaze, Director
Planetary Science Division, NASA
Jacob Bleacher, Chief Exploration Scientist
Advanced Exploration Systems Division, Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate
Steven Clarke, Deputy Associate Administrator for Exploration
NASA Science Mission Directorate

NASA Planetary Science Division (PSD) R&A Town Hall

A representative from NASA Headquarters provides Research and Analysis program updates followed by a Q&A session.

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Stephen Rinehart
Director, Planetary Research Programs

Update on Planning for the National Academies' Decadal Survey in Planetary Science and Astrobiology

Representatives from the National Academies' Space Studies Board (SSB) and NASA provide an overview of the progress made towards preparing and organizing for the survey, along with an updated schedule for its implementation. Community involvement is an essential feature of all phases of the decadal process and a critical component to the success of the survey. The SSB welcomes all community input on matters facing the next survey, which include (but are not limited to) the technical and programmatic scope, structure, the cost and technical evaluation process, the role of early-career scientists, and the international context.

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Colleen Hartman, Director
National Academies Space Studies Board
Lori Glaze, Director
Planetary Science Division, NASA
David H. Smith, Study Director
National Academies Space Studies Board