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  Information - PS2.1 Venus Express: one year in orbit

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On April 11, 2006 Venus Express-the first European satellite at Venus- was inserted in orbit around the planet and began collecting data. The results of the first year of observations will be presented at the Symposium. The Programme will consist of solicited talks focused on the Venus Express observations and contributed presentations of the preliminary data analysis. The contributions related to the physics of Venus atmosphere, its plasma environment and the surface and based on the analysis of the data from Venus Express and earlier missions, theoretical studies and numerical modelling are highly welcome. Perspectives of the future Venus exploration will be discussed.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
H. Svedhem, S. Barabash, J.-L. Bertaux, P. Drossart, B. Haeusler, W. Markiewicz, M. Paetzold, G. Piccioni, F. Taylor, T. Zhang, K. Baines, T. Imamura.


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