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NASA's 28th Annual Planetary Science Summer School: 2016

One Session Only:
        July 24-28, 2016
        Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
        Pasadena, California

Application Deadline:
April 3, 2016

Notification of Selection:
By April 21, 2016



Link to video
Video: Follow the experience of a 2011 team in designing a mission to Trojan Asteroids

The Planetary Science Summer School prepares the next generation of engineers and scientists to participate in future solar system exploration missions. Participants learn the mission life cycle, roles of scientists and engineers in a mission environment, mission design interconnectedness and trade-offs, and the importance of teamwork.

"This is such a great contribution to the future of our field - you are impacting the careers of many new leaders."
--Prof. Richard P. Binzel.
Program Chair in Planetary Science. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and
2007-08 Chair, Division for Planetary Sciences, American Astronomical Society
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Leslie.L.Lowes@jpl.nasa.gov
Ms. Leslie Lowes
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