VEXAG Meeting Information
Venus Town Hall Meeting and Early Career Scholars Mixer at LPSC – March 20, 2013
Save the Date: VEXAG Meeting #11, November 19–21, 2013, to be held in the Washington, DC, area
Foster a science discussion on goals, objectives, priorities, and significance of the Venus upper atmosphere and how Venus upper atmosphere science would contribute to overall exploration of Venus.
Discuss the desired measurements and measurement requirements to achieve potential Venus upper atmosphere science
Discuss spacecraft concepts and technologies that could reach the Venus UA and collect and return the desired data
Tenth VEXAG Meeting: 13 – 15 November 2012, Washington DC
NASA Headquarters/James Webb Auditorium (Ground Floor, West Entrance)
300 E St. SW
Washington DC 20546
The primary objective of this meeting was to review and update the Goals and Objectives for Venus Exploration.
Extracted from (2) Venus Exploration Goals And Objectives - March 2012 to facilitate discussion of Venus Exploration Goals and Objectives at VEXAG Meeting #10, NASA Headquarters, November 2012
This March 2012 edition and its predecessors‹VEXAG Goals, Objectives, Investigations were developed to provide information for Venus exploration needs. This is a living document, with revisions on an as-needed basis to capture the consensus views of the Venus community.
This document was prepared as an adjunct to the Venus Exploration Goals and Objectives document to preserve important extracts from the October 2009 Venus Exploration Pathways document.
International Venus Conference
June 10–14, 2013
Venus Town-Hall Meeting,LPSC, Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Exploring the Planetary Science Achievable from a Balloon-Based Observatory, January 25–26, 2012, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Cleveland, Ohio. Contact Tibor Kremik.
Ninth VEXAG Meeting and Venus Science Conference – 30 August – 01 September 2011
The Ninth VEXAG meeting was 1–1/2 days beginning on Tuesday, August 30th and continuing on Wednesday morning, August 31, 2011. A VEXAG sponsored Venus Science Conference was 1–1/2 days held on Wednesday afternoon, August 30th and continuing through Thursday, September 1st. Venus Science Conference topics were Ground-based Observations of Venus, Results from the Venus Express Mission and Observational Strategies for Future Exploration of Venus.
- Meeting Overview
- Science Program
- Venus Exploration Goals and Objectives Document
- Why Explore Venus Now
- Ninth VEXAG Meeting Resolutions
- Summary and Presentations
Eighth Meeting of the Venus Exploration and Analysis Group (VEXAG)
September 2, 2010
University of Wisconsin
In conjunction with the
International Workshop on Venus Our Closest Earth-like Planet: From Surface to Thermosphere - How does it work? August 30–September 1, 2010.
Meeting Summary and Presentations
Seventh Meeting of the Venus Exploration and Analysis Group (VEXAG)
October 28–29, 2009
In conjunction with the Next Decadal Survey Panel meeting on October27–28, 2009
Indication of Intent
March 28, 2013