I second Andy's question - these objects are some of the prime focus items of the OPAG group and their
next flagship mission, and we have plenty on our plate.
From: Nuth, Joseph A. (GSFC-6900) [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, November 22, 2010 10:16 AM
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I had put these bodies into the Science Issues section for completeness – and no one objected. We have had a presentation on a proposed JPL rendezvous mission to Triton at our first meeting. While I agree that these bodies are not the small bodies that I am interested in, we do have Pluto and KBOs as well. In this light the large icy satellites are not out of place.
From: Rivkin, Andy S. [mailto:Andy.Rivkin@jhuapl.edu]
Sent: Monday, November 22, 2010 9:57 AM
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Just curious what this part implies:
On 11/10/10 10:04 AM, "Nuth, Joseph A. (GSFC-6900)" wrote:
• Large, Icy Satellites of the Giant Planets
Presumably we’re not taking on Ganymede/Titan/Triton/etc in the small bodies roadmap?
|Author: ||Carey M. Lisse <Carey.Lisse@jhuapl.edu>|
|Date: ||22-Nov-2010 11:21:41|