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Scientific Opportunities in the Human Exploration of Space Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 1 SPACE SCIENCE AND HUMAN EXPLORATION OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM 3 Enabling Science, 5 Enabled Science, 6 References, 7 2 ROBOTS AND HUMANS: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH 9 Relative Advantages, 9 Relative Limitations, 10 The Optimal Mix of Humans and Robots, 11 Science Precursor Missions, 12 Technology to Optimize the Scientific Return, 14 References, 15 3 SCIENCE ENABLED BY HUMAN EXPLORATION 17 Field Science, 17 Unraveling Solar Particle Emission History, 19 The Search for Life on Mars, 20 Impact History of the Terrestrial Planets, 21 Martian Climate History, 22
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Scientific Opportunities in the Human Exploration of Space Emplacement and Attendance of Large or Complex Instruments, 22 Detection and Study of Other Solar Systems, 24 Study of High-Energy Cosmic Rays, 25 Advanced Pinhole Occulter, 25 Life Sciences, 26 Science Enabled by Technology Developed for a Moon/Mars Program, 26 Scientific Community Participation, 27 References, 28 BIBLIOGRAPHY 30 APPENDIX: PARTICIPATING DISCIPLINE COMMITTEES 33