Tenth International Conference on Mars
The Tenth International Conference on Mars is a large, 500–600-person gathering of Mars scientists from a range of disciplines, institutions, and countries. This conference has been convened every 4–7 years to provide a forum for summarizing our current understanding of Mars, to consolidate our primary paradigms for Martian processes and history, and to refocus the primary scientific questions that remain in front of us.
The Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group (MEPAG) meeting will be scheduled for July 26, following the Tenth International Conference on Mars. More information will be provided on the MEPAG website at a later date.
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