Mercury Exploration Assessment Group
The Mercury Exploration Assessment Group (MExAG) is a community-based, interdisciplinary body that was established by NASA in 2020 to provide science input and analysis needed to plan and prioritize Mercury research and exploration activities. Membership of MExAG, and participation in its activities, is open to all members of the planetary science and exploration community who are interested in the exploration of Mercury.
Details about MExAG, including its purpose, activities, organization, and processes can be found in the MExAG Terms of Reference.
If you would like to become a member of MExAG, please complete the MExAG Indication of Interest form.
The MExAG Steering Committee has been appointed. See the committee members here.
Whitepapers for the 2023-2032 Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey are available here. The Panel on Mercury and the Moon is one of six panels providing topical input to the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey Steering Group. The Decadal was released and is now available online.
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