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Experts on the MESSENGER mission

To become the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury, MESSENGER followed a path through the inner solar system, including one flyby of Earth, two flybys of Venus, and three flybys of Mercury. This impressive journey yielded the first return of new spacecraft data from Mercury since the Mariner 10 mission more than 30 years ago.

http://messenger.jhuapl.edu/

Name Missions & Mission Experience Targets Techniques Major Facilities & Instrument Development
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Sarah Andre
MESSENGER Mercury, Moon, Small satellites Remote sensing, Tectonics, Geology
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Deborah Domingue Lorin
MER, MESSENGER Asteroids, Icy satellites, Mercury, Moon Photometry, Spectroscopy Cameras, Spectrometers
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William Feldman
ACE, Dawn, Giotto (ESA), Lunar Prospector, Mariner 10, Mars Observer, Mars Odyssey, MESSENGER, Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11, Ulysses ** Calibration/Test planning, Data validation, Instrument operations, Instrument PI, Mission Co-Investigator, Mission science team, Requirements generation and flow down Ceres, Mars, Mercury, Moon, Solar particles/Solar wind, Vesta Education/Public Outreach (EPO), Neutron detectors, Remote sensing, Space-based observing, Spectroscopy
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Robert Gaskell
Cassini, Dawn, MESSENGER, OSIRIS-REx, Rosetta, Voyager Asteroids, Comets, Earth, Icy satellites, Io, Mars, Mercury, Moon, Small satellites, Vesta Shape modeling
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Liz Jensen
Cassini, MESSENGER Solar particles/Solar wind Space-based observing, Spectroscopy, Remote sensing, Numerical modeling, Education/Public Outreach (EPO), Ground-based observing
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Catherine Johnson
MESSENGER, OSIRIS-REx Asteroids, Earth, Mars, Mercury, Moon, Small satellites, Venus Tectonics, Volcanism, Education/Public Outreach (EPO), Magnetospherics
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Faith Vilas
Hayabusa 1 (Japan), MESSENGER Asteroids, Dwarf planets, Mercury, Moon, Small satellites Ground-based observing, Remote sensing, Space-based observing, Spectroscopy Cerro Tololo, MMT ** Cameras, Spectrometers

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