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Member Since 1987
Sue E. Smrekar
Senior Research Scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Professional Experience
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Senior Research Scientist
1992 - Present
California Institute of Technology
Education
Southern Methodist University
Doctorate
1990
Brown University
Bachelors
1984
Publications
Insights Into Venus' Crustal Plateaus From Dyke Trajectories Below Craters

On Venus, radar observations of the surface have highlighted two categories of craters: bright‐floored, interpreted as pristine, and darkR...

April 30, 2024
AGU Abstracts
VERITAS and EnVision: Upcoming radar missions to Venus
RADAR INVESTIGATIONS OF PLANETARY SURFACES AND SUBSURFACES II ORAL
planetary sciences | 15 december 2023
Jennifer L. Whitten, Paul Byrne, Bruce A. Campbell...
The NASA VERITAS and ESA EnVision missions were recently selected to investigate the surface and near-surface of Venus. Both missions have synthetic a...
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Plume-induced destabilization of rift zones leading to delamination on Venus
VENUS EXPLORATION: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR EARTH’S HOTTER TWIN I POSTER
planetary sciences | 13 december 2023
Andrea Adams, Dave R. Stegman, Hiva Mohammadzadeh,...
Venus' tectonic evolution is not well understood. Thousands of kilometers of possible subduction sites on Venus have been identified along networks of...
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The VERITAS Gravity Science Investigation
VENUS EXPLORATION: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR EARTH’S HOTTER TWIN II POSTER
planetary sciences | 13 december 2023
Gael Cascioli, Erwan Mazarico, Flavia Giuliani, Da...
VERITAS, the upcoming NASA Discovery mission to Venus, will be the first probe to investigate Venuss surface processes and interior structure since th...
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Volunteer Experience
2008 - 2010
Member
Hess Medal Committee
2006 - 2008
Member
Hess Medal Committee
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