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Part Two An Inlegraled Strategy for Solar System Exploration The ma~rial in Part One' together with eommuni~ input received in various forms, provides the basis for Me strategy for solar system exploration outlined in PA Two of this report. This broad strategy Caresses all aspects of He Solar System Exploration program: its motivations, its infrastructure' future md present missions, id relationship to over programs in NASA md elsewhere in government md supporting ground-based facilities. Chapter ~ Caresses the motivations for the programs briefly describes the strengths md weaknesses of important elements of Be programs infrastructure' md makes recommendations for Caressing He After. It makes clear why solar system exploration is ~ compelling activity today. Chapter 7 presents He result of He Solar System Exploration Surveys analysis of He mmy scientific questions raised in Part One md identifies 12 key scientific questions that the SSE Survey believes are most appropriate to Caress in the period 2003-2013. llelating these questions to Redid missions suggested to He Survey He scientific basis for He system of flight mission priorities md supporting ground-based priorities presented in Chapter 8. 151

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