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Healthy Discussion of Planetary Science Goals

Burns, Joseph A. and Squyres, Steven W. and A'Hearn, M. and Barker, E. and Belton, M. and Binzel, R. and Chapman, C. and Cuzzi, J. and Drake, M. and Esposito, L. and Feldman, P. and Greeley, R. and Hartmann, W. and Head, J. and Huntress, W. and Ingersoll, A. and Johnson, T. and Lunine, J. and McKinnon, W. and Millis, R. and Nelson, R. and Owen, T. and Pieters, C. and Porco, C. C. and Stern, S. A. (2002) Healthy Discussion of Planetary Science Goals. Science, 295 (5560). p. 1644. ISSN 0036-8075. doi:10.1126/science.295.5560.1644a.

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In his discussion of the National Research Council's ongoing prioritization of solar system missions, Andrew Lawler says that some Washington observers see the discipline as being in disarray (News Focus, “Planetary science's defining moment,” 4 Jan., p. 32). To the contrary, we are a community having ardent, but entirely appropriate and healthy, debates about our long-term goals.

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Official Citation:Burns, J. A., Squyres, S. W., A'Hearn, M., Barker, E., Belton, M., Binzel, R., . . . Wood, J. (2002). Healthy Discussion of Planetary Science Goals. Science, 295(5560), 1644. doi: 10.1126/science.295.5560.1644a
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