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The ORE of Planetary Science will develop over the coming years, evolving to cover the entire span of the field of Planetary Science. We are working to create a discipline hub, with the goal of helping scholars, researchers, scientists, teachers, and students by providing an in-depth collection of peer-reviewed, long-form reference articles.

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The ORE of Planetary Science is a dynamic, scholarly, and up-to-date reference work in Planetary Science, developed with the active involvement of renowned scholars and scientists from all around the world. Here are some of the benefits of publishing in the ORE:

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Access and sustainability: The ORE is based on sustainable library subscription models developed with input from librarians all around the world. Access is free or heavily subsidized in developing countries.

Flexibility: The sophisticated ORE platform supports flexible length and audio-visual materials, and gives authors the ability to revise and keep their articles up-to-date.

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