MEPAG's Latest Take on Mars Exploration Plans

NASA MEPAG Report: Mars Science Goals, Objectives, Investigations, and Priorities: 2006

"In 2000, the Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group (MEPAG) was asked by NASA to work with the science community to establish consensus priorities for the future scientific exploration of Mars. Those discussions and analyses resulted in a report entitled Scientific Goals, Objectives, Investigations, and Priorities, which is informally referred to as the "Goals Document" (MEPAG 2001). The initial report proved to be very useful for guiding program implementation decisions. It also has become clear over the past few years that the report requires regular updating in light of dramatic new results from Mars and evolving high-level strategic direction from NASA."

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