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Uranus Flagship: Investigations and Instruments for Cross-Discipline Science

July 25–27, 2023
Pasadena, California/Virtual

Purpose and Scope

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together scientists and engineers to discuss how cross-discipline discoveries in the Uranus system can be achieved through instrument concepts and synergistic scientific investigations. This differs from past workshops that were focused on traditional, discipline-specific Ice Giant science questions. All components of the Uranus System (interior to magnetosphere) are in our scope, as are ties to exoplanets, heliophysics, and astrophysics. Innovative aspects of mission or instrument design that enable cross-discipline science are also welcome. This workshop will advance planning for the Uranus Orbiter and Probe mission called for by the recently released Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey.

Meeting Format

The 3-day workshop will include invited and contributed oral presentations, poster presentations, and panel discussions. Each session will include time allocated for open discussion. The detailed schedule will depend on the abstracts received, but we envision sessions for Cross-Discipline Science, Instrument Concepts, and Mission Elements. We will also panel discussions on Diversity, Synergies in Systems Science and Instrumentation, and Measurements Priorities.


Code of Conduct

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