You are invited to participate in the first hybrid workshop on Optimizing Planetary In Situ Surface-Atmosphere Interaction Investigations (PlanetInSitu), held in conjunction with the Ancient and Future Brines Conference.
This one-day workshop, to be held on Thursday, May 18, in Reno, Nevada, and virtually (within the Brines conference), will include lightning talks about instrument and operations concepts under development, panel discussions about observation site selection considerations, and avoiding spacecraft-induced perturbations. If you are registered with the Brines conference, you do not need to register for this workshop separately. Other community members interested in participating can register for free at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfZMlrmXCd8_Mbz1RBrpj8c1zq0E8hDpza_bZPd658YjFqsgA/viewform. As we can accommodate a limited number of virtual attendees, those who would only observe should wait for recordings of the workshop to be posted on the PlanetInsitu website and the Brines conference website.
When you register, please indicate if you are interested in attending in person and can demonstrate a relevant technology during the Brines field trip on Friday, May 19. Travel grants are available for U.S. early career scientists and students involved in those demonstrations (deadline is May 3).