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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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Interior Structure of Planetary Bodies
Mantle Convection in Planets and Moons
Gravitational and Magnetic Fields
Seismology of Planetary Bodies
Habitability and Thermal Evolution
Tectonics of Planetary Surfaces
Thermal and Physical Modeling of Planetary Surfaces
Thermal Probes for Measuring Surface Heat Flow
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