Correction to: Venus Evolution Through Time: Key Science Questions, Selected Mission Concepts and Future Investigations (Space Science Reviews, (2023), 219, 7, (56), 10.1007/s11214-023-00992-w)

Thomas Widemann, Suzanne E. Smrekar, James B. Garvin, Anne Grete Straume-Lindner, Adriana C. Ocampo, Mitchell D. Schulte, Thomas Voirin, Scott Hensley, M. Darby Dyar, Jennifer L. Whitten, Daniel C. Nunes, Stephanie A. Getty, Giada N. Arney, Natasha M. Johnson, Erika Kohler, Tilman Spohn, Joseph G. O’Rourke, Colin F. Wilson, Michael J. Way, Colby OstbergFrances Westall, Dennis Höning, Seth Jacobson, Arnaud Salvador, Guillaume Avice, Doris Breuer, Lynn Carter, Martha S. Gilmore, Richard Ghail, Jörn Helbert, Paul Byrne, Alison R. Santos, Robert R. Herrick, Noam Izenberg, Emmanuel Marcq, Tobias Rolf, Matt Weller, Cedric Gillmann, Oleg Korablev, Lev Zelenyi, Ludmila Zasova, Dmitry Gorinov, Gaurav Seth, C. V.Narasimha Rao, Nilesh Desai

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Abstract

In the original publication, there has been a discrepancy between values mentioned in the text of Sect. 4.3.3 and in Table 1. The corrected version is provided here: Wrong: The gravity field harmonic coefficients up to an average degree strength of 130 (∼145 km) are generated together with corrections to the spin rate and to the pole right ascension and declination. Correct: The gravity field harmonic coefficients up to an average degree strength of 200 (∼105 km, see Table 1) are generated together with corrections to the spin rate and to the pole right ascension and declination.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number72
JournalSpace Science Reviews
Volume219
Issue number8
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2023

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Space and Planetary Science

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