SSERVI

 
 

The Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute
(SSERVI)
was created by NASA as a virtual institute to
address scientific questions about Earth's moon, near-Earth
asteroids, the Martian moons Phobos and Deimos, and their                         
near space environments.

SSERVI members are domestic research institutions and
international partners that use virtual technologies to enable
and collaborate on new scientific efforts

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The Collaborating SSERVI Teams:

 

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Radiation Effects on Volatiles and
Exploration of Asteroids and
Lunar Surfaces
(REVEALS)

Institute for Modeling Plasma,
Atmospheres and Cosmic Dust
(IMPACT)

Center for Lunar and
Asteroid Surface Science
(CLASS)

Toolbox for Research and Exploration

Toolbox for Research
and Exploration

(TREX)

Project Espresso

Project for Exploration Science Pathfinder
Research for Enhancing Solar
System Observations

(Project ESPRESSO)

Geophysical Exploration Of the Dynamics and Evolution of the Solar System

Geophysical Exploration Of the Dynamics
and Evolution of the Solar System

(GEODES)

Remote, In Situ, and Synchrotron
Studies for Science and Exploration 2
(RISE2)

Network for Exploration and Space Science

Network for Exploration
and Space Science

(NESS)

Other Participating Teams:
 

Resource Exploration and Science of OUR Cosmic Environment   (RESOURCE)

Lunar Environment And Dynamics for Exploration Research   (LEADER)

Interdisciplinary Consortium for Evaluating Volatile Origins   (ICE FIVE-O)

Evolution and Environment of Exploration Destinations: Science and Engineering Synergism   (SEEED)

Volatiles, Regolith and Thermal Investigations Consortium for Exploration and Science   (VORTICES)

Dynamic Response of Environments at Asteroids, the Moon, and moons of Mars   (DREAM2)