EJSM - L class mission extension to assessment phase

Lead Research Organisation: University of Oxford
Department Name: Oxford Physics

Abstract

This early assessment work on the ESA/NASA Europa Jupiter System Mission focuses on the science objectives and early instrument development for the next outer planetary mission to the Jupiter system. This mission will consist of 2 separate spacecraft, an ESA-led Jupiter Ganymede Orbiter and a NASA-led Jupiter Europa Orbiter. This mission will allow us to better understand how the gas giant planets and their satellites formed and evolved and will shed light on the potential emergence of life in our solar system.

Publications

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Afrin Badhan Mahmuda (2017) Probing the Physics and Chemistry in Hot Jupiter Exoclimes for Future Missions in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #229

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Afrin Badhan Mahmuda (2016) Combining VPL tools with NEMESIS to Probe Hot Jupiter Exoclimes for JWST in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #228

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Afrin Badhan Mahmuda (2016) Deciphering the Hot Giant Atmospheres Orbiting Nearby Extrasolar Systems with JWST in AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts #48

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Badhan Mahmuda A. (2016) Exploring Hot Exoplanet Atmospheres with JWST/NIRSpec and a Hybrid Version of NEMESIS in American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts #227

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Barstow J. K. (2017) A Consistent Retrieval Analysis of 10 Hot Jupiters Observed in Transmission in The Astrophysical Journal

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Barstow J. K. (2016) Habitable worlds with JWST: transit spectroscopy of the TRAPPIST-1 system? in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

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Barstow J. K. (2016) Telling twins apart: exo-Earths and Venuses with transit spectroscopy in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

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Barstow Joanna K. (2016) Exoplanets with JWST: degeneracy, systematics and how to avoid them in Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2016: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave