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A Selective History of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory  

James D. Burke and Erik M. Conway

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) of the California Institute of Technology had its origins in a student project to develop rocket propulsion in the late 1930s. It attracted funding from ... More

Chemical Weathering on Venus  

Mikhail Zolotov

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Aug 2019
Chemical and phase compositions of the surface of Venus could reflect a history of gas–rock and fluid–rock interactions, recent and past climate changes, and a loss of water from the ... More

The Planetary Boundary Layer of Mars  

Aymeric Spiga

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Oct 2019
The planetary boundary layer of Mars is a crucial component of the Martian climate and meteorology, as well as a key driver of the surface-atmosphere exchanges on Mars. As such, it is ... More

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