SS Division Heads up for Centerwide Talk

The Saturn system after Cassini-Huygens  — By: Jeff Cuzzi, Planetary Systems Branch — ABSTRACT: The Cassini orbiter has just ended its spectacularly successful 13 year orbital tour of Saturn, a mission that began with the eye-opening descent of ESA’s Huygens probe (first studied at Ames) into the previously impenetrable atmosphere of the planet-sized moon Titan. […]

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SS Seminar

Martian Oceans:  Where did all the water go? BY: Dr. Michael Carr, USGS — Abstract:Several lines of evidence suggest that there were oceans on early Mars.  The youngest and best preserved shoreline, roughly 3.5 b.y. old and traceable for 3000 km at a constant elevation of -3650 m, encloses a volume equivalent to a global […]

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SS Seminar

 Stellar Companions of Exoplanet Host Stars in K2, Rachel Matson, NASA Postdoctoral Fellow Binary stars are ubiquitous throughout the galaxy, with roughly half of all nearby solar-type stars having at least one companion. […]

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SS Division Highlight

SSERVI August 2017 Report – FINESSE (Heldmann/Lim/Colaprete) -EXPLORATION talk: Marc Seibert (NASA Space Communications & Naviga?on Group at HQ) will be presenting comms analytics from our analog missions and applying these data to the construction of comms architecture guidelines in support of deep-space/Moon/Mars human exploration at the AIAA SPACE Forum, Special Analog Research Forum 360 […]

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