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Space Studies Board Annual Report 1997 Contents From the Chair iii 1 Charter and Organization of the Board 1 2 Activities and Membership 7 3 Summaries of Major Reports 33 3.1 An Assessment of the Solar and Space Physics Aspects of NASA’s Space Science Enterprise Strategic Plan, 33 3.2 Mars Sample Return: Issues and Recommendations, 35 3.3 Space Weather: A Research Perspective, 39 3.4 A New Science Strategy for Space Astronomy and Astrophysics, 40 3.5 Reducing the Costs of Space Science Research Missions: Proceedings of a Workshop, 43 3.6 Lessons Learned from the Clementine Mission, 48 3.7 Science Management in the Human Exploration of Space, 49 3.8 An Initial Review of Microgravity Research in Support of Human Exploration and Development of Space, 51 3.9 Scientific Assessment of NASA’s SMEX-MIDEX Space Physics Mission Selections, 54 3.10 The Human Exploration of Space, 56 4 Short Reports 57 4.1 On Research Facilities Planning for the International Space Station, 57 4.2 On NASA’s Office of Space Science Draft Strategic Plan, 59 5 Congressional Testimony 63 5.1 Topics in the NASA FY98 Authorization, 63 6 Cumulative Bibliography 69
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