One of the primary goals of the VEXAG in 2013 is to update the Venus Exploration Goals and Objectives. You can supply your comments via the following internet connection.
Venus Town Hall Meeting and Early Career Scholars Mixer at LPSC – March 20, 2013
Save the Date: 11th Meeting of the Venus Exploration Analysis Group November 19–21, 2013
Washington, DC area
Solar System Exploration's 50th Anniversary History Symposium (SSE@50) - Come hear historians, scientists, and dignitaries discuss the past 50 years of achievements and lessons, and what it means for the next 50 years – October 25–26, 2012 – Global VisionCenter, Crystal City VA
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.
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
International Venus Conference
June 10–14, 2013
Venus Town-Hall Meeting, LPSC, Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Missions: (Fact Sheets)
Venus In Situ Explorer New Frontiers Mission (VISE)
Exploring the Planetary Science Achievable from a Balloon-Based Observatory, January 25–26, 2012, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Cleveland, Ohio. Contact Tibor Kremik.
New Venus Colloquium Series
Participation is open to undergraduate colleges and research institutions throughout the United States. Presenters are encouraged to address the needs of the next generation of scientists and to give an additional presentation to the general public. Applications for both presenter and institutions can also be found on the website.
Discovery & New Frontier News
NASA Selects Third New Frontiers Mission
May 25, 2011
Discovery Mission Selection
May 5, 2011
March 28, 2013