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Mechanisms for Conducting Necessary Studies
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... CONCLUSION CAPS concludes that some, if not all, of the technologies mentioned in Table 3 have the potential to enhance and/or enable the science return for mission concepts studied previously and that a more careful examination of them will form useful input to the next planetary science decadal survey. Any assessment of a particular advanced technology will require an understanding of whether it would be funded and managed separately or would be part of the development cost of whatever mission needed it.
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... The two most recent and relevant examples of such activities are the 2016 Second Annual Ocean Worlds Meeting and the 2017 Planetary Science Vision 2050 Workshop. The former was designed "to foster cooperation between the oceanographic and planetary science communities for the exploration of ocean worlds and to test ideas and models for the emergence of life."73 The latter was intended to "gather the leading experts in solar system planetary science and related disciplines, together with experts in space technologies, to identify potential science goals and enabling technologies that can be implemented by the end of the 2040s and would support the next phase of solar system exploration." 74 • Issuing focused requests for information(RFIs)

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