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Buczkowski, Debra L.

Jul 25, 2023, 2:12:21 PM7/25/23

Hi all,


Another short email reminder that there are upcoming meetings with Venus sessions that have abstract deadlines coming up soon.  Please consider submitting an abstract so that we can showcase all of the recent Venus science that is being performed and to demonstrate why we are looking forward to all of our new Venus missions!  In addition, the deadline for proposals to use the Keck telescopes is coming up soon!


  1. GSA, July 25th abstract deadline  TODAY!!
  2. AGU, Aug 2 abstract deadline
  3. Venus as a System, August 25th deadline
  4. 2024a NASA Keck Call for Proposal, NOI due August 16



Venus Session at GSA! 

October 15-18, 2023, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Technical Session Title: T124. Venus: Earth’s Hotter Twin 

Division: Planetary Geology Division


Submit an abstract to GSA 2023 by the deadline of Tuesday, 25 July 2023.



Venus Session at AGU! 

December 11-15, 2023, San Francisco, California


Session Title: P043. Venus Exploration: Science and Technology for Earth’s Hotter Twin 

Section: Planetary Sciences


Submit an abstract to AGU23 by the deadline of Wednesday, 2 August 2023.



LPI Venus Science Initiative: Venus as a System

November 1-3, 2023, Albuquerque, New Mexico


Submit an abstract to this meeting by the deadline of 25 August 2023



2024A NASA Keck Call for Proposals

The NASA Exoplanet Science Institute is soliciting proposals to use NASA’s portion of time on the two 10m Keck Telescopes for the 2024A observing semester (February 1 - July 31, 2024).

In addition to General Observer and Mission Support proposals, this semester also includes a call for Key Strategic Mission Support (KSMS) proposals.  KSMS proposals directly support the science goals and requirements of NASA missions and are not just larger versions of general science programs.

KSMS projects may support past, present, and/or future NASA-led missions or missions with significant NASA partnerships. Highest priority will be given to operating missions or missions approaching launch, with lower priority given to past missions (e.g. Kepler, WISE) or more distant future missions (e.g. HWO). Required but non-binding Notices of Intent to submit a KSMS proposal are due by August 16.

The opportunity to propose as a Principal Investigator for NASA time on the Keck Telescopes is open to all U.S.-based astronomers. Investigators from institutions outside of the U.S. may participate as Co-Investigators on proposals for NASA Keck time.

NASA intends the use of the Keck telescopes to be highly strategic in support of on-going space missions and/or high priority, long-term science goals. Proposals are sought in the following discipline areas: (1) investigations in support of EXOPLANET EXPLORATION science goals and missions; (2) investigations of our own SOLAR SYSTEM; (3) investigations in support of COSMIC ORIGINS science goals and missions; and (4) investigations in support of PHYSICS OF THE COSMOS science goals and missions. Direct mission support proposals in any of these scientific areas are also encouraged.

Key Dates:

August 16: Deadline to submit non-binding Notice of Intent to submit a KSMS proposal.

September 14: all proposals due to NExScI



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