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Title: Mars Together 2001: Joint US-Russian Team
Authors: Ulrich, P.
Kremnev, R.
Boyce, J.
Eremenko, A.
Bourke, R.
Linkin, V.
Campbell, J.
Martynov, B.
Haynes, N.
Mitrofanov, I.
Lowry, L.
Moroz, V.
Miller, S.
Papkov, O.
Pichkhadze, K.
Issue Date: 7-Oct-1996
Citation: Beijing, China
Abstract: While the US and USSR have collaborated in human space flight and Earth application missions, this is the first time in the cultural relations between our two countries that American and Russian specialists have been authorized to work together on a joint space science mission. A study was commissioned to investigate the possibility of a combined US/Russian mission in the 2001 opportunity. A basic option for a proposed mission (abbreviated as MT 2001) was adopted. This option is described.
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