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A Speakers Before the Committee August 6-8, 2007, Washington, D.C. Michael A’Hearn, University of Maryland Comet Science and the New Frontiers Program Fran Bagenal, Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado OPAG Perspectives on the New Frontiers Program Richard P. Binzel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology New Horizon Competition Experience Scott Bolton, Southwest Research Institute Juno and the First Announcement of Opportunity Glen Fountain, Applied Physics Laboratory Programmatic and Managerial Lessons Jim Green, NASA NASA Perspectives on the New Frontiers Program Janet Luhman, University of California, Berkley, and Jim Cutts, Jet Propulsion Laboratory * VEXAG Perspectives on the New Frontiers Program John Mustard, Brown University MEPAG Perspectives on the New Frontiers Program Paul Spudis, Applied Physics Laboratory Lunar Science in the New Frontiers Program 65
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66 OPENING NEW FRONTIERS IN SPACE Greg Vane, Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL Perspective on New Frontiers Based on First Pluto Announcement of Opportunity and First New Frontiers Announcement of Opportunity Experience Joseph F. Veverka, Cornell University COMPLEX Perspective on the New Frontiers Program Rich Vondrak, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Center Perspectives on the New Frontiers Program October 1-3, 2007, Irvine, California Ray Arvidson, Washington University, St. Louis* Adding Mars to the New Frontiers Program Bruce Banerdt, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Planetary Networks and New Frontiers John Elliott, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Flight System Options and Descriptions Larry Esposito, Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado Venus in the New Frontiers Program Kimberly Lichtenberg, Washington University, St. Louis Venus Missions and the Planetary Science Summer School Doug McCuistion, NASA* NASA Mars Plans for New Frontiers Curt Niebur, NASA* Outer Solar System Flagship Study Overview John Niehoff, SAIC Cost Issues for the New Frontiers Program Kim Reh, Jet Propulsion Laboratory* Billion Dollar Mission Study Overview Thomas Spilker, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Science Objectives and Science Definition Team Procedures Saturn Shallow Probe Missions November 14-16, 2007, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas Sushil Atreya, University of Michigan* Science of Shallow Probe Missions Dave Crisp, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Science Objectives for Venus Missions
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APPENDIX A 67 Mike Drake, University of Arizona Asteroid Sample Return Carle Pieters, Brown University* Lunar Science and the New Frontiers Program Bruce Runnegar, University of California, Los Angeles* Astrobiology Objectives of the New Frontiers Program Tom Spilker, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Heidi Hammel, Space Science Institute Neptune and the New Frontiers Program *Addressed the committee via teleconference.