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Day 2 (May 14, Wednesday) 9:30 Geologic context for life throughout the solar system (R. Jaumann) 10:00 Possible habitats on Mars: What should we look for? Where should we go? (E. Hauber) 10...
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Planetary Geology


Key to understanding the geologic history and evolution of the early Earth is the knowledge of the origin and development of all bodies in the solar system: therefore the exploration of the inner sola...
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Asteroids and Comets


Asteroids and comets are thought to be remnant material from the processes of formation and initial development of planets. Due to their peculiar dynamical and physical properties, such as small size,...
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The terrestrial or inner planets


Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are characterised by low masses, small radii, and large densities in comparison to the gas giant planets of the outer solar system.
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30.09.2015 – Topographic Ceres Map with Feature Names II (PIA19974)


This color-coded map from NASA's Dawn mission shows the highs and lows of topography on the surface of dwarf planet Ceres. It is labeled with names of features approved by the International Astronomic...
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29.01.2016 - Flight over Ceres (PIA20019)


This simulated flight over Ceres emphasizes the most prominent craters, as well as the mountain Ahuna Mons. The movie shows Ceres in enhanced color, which helps to make visible subtle differences in t...
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