Oral Program TP4

TP4

Lunar Science and Exploration
Convener: B.H. Foing 
Co-Conveners: H. Hiesinger , M. Anand , R. Jaumann , S. Dellagnello , P. Pinet , D. Daou , G. Schmidt 
Session details
Oral Program
 / Wed, 30 Sep, 09:00–12:25 / 14:00–19:30 / Room Jupiter
Poster Program
 / Attendance Thu, 01 Oct, 17:45–19:15 / Poster Area
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Wednesday, 30 Sep 2015
Room: Jupiter
Chairperson: Bernard Foing
09:00–09:20
EPSC2015-934
ILEWG Report and Introduction to EPSC TP4 session on Lunar Science and Exploration
B.H. Foing
09:20–09:35
EPSC2015-468
A Web-GIS for the Kaguya/Spectral Profiler data, “GEKKO” (moonlight in Japanese): toward comprehensive mapping of the surface minerals on the Moon
Y. Ogawa, Y. Hayashi, N. Hirata, J. Terazono, H. Demura, T. Matsunaga, S. Yamamoto, Y. Yokota, M. Ohtake, and H. Ootake
09:35–09:50
EPSC2015-639
New seismic events identified in the Apollo lunar data by application of a Hidden Markov Model
B. Knapmeyer-Endrun and C. Hammer
09:50–10:10
EPSC2015-531
Thicknesses of Mare Basalts from Gravity and Topograhy
S. GONG, M. Wieczorek, F. Nimmo, W. Kiefer, J. Head, D. Smith, and M. Zuber
10:10–10:30
EPSC2015-394
Far-Ultraviolet Characteristics of Lunar Swirls
A.R. Hendrix, T.K. Greathouse, K.D. Retherford, K.E. Mandt, G.R. Gladstone, D.E. Kaufmann, D.M. Hurley, P.D. Feldman, W.R. Pryor, M.A. Bullock, and S.A. Stern
Coffee break
Chairperson: Bernard Foing
11:00–11:15
EPSC2015-395
Extending the Lunar Mapping and Modeling Portal – New Capabilities and New Worlds
B. Day, E. Law, E. Arevalo, B. Bui, G. Chang, K. Dodge, R. Kim, S. Malhotra, S. Sadaqathullah, G. Schmidt, and B. Bailey
11:15–11:30 EPSC2015-393
Explore Chang ’E Lunar dataset by Interactive Integration of Multiple Imagery Maps with Visual Variables (withdrawn)
x.g. zeng, l.l. mu, w. yan, and x.y. gao
11:30–11:50
EPSC2015-380
LRO Diviner: Viewing the Moon in a Different Light
B.T. Greenhagen and D.A. Paige and the Diviner Science Team
11:50–12:05
EPSC2015-679 | Presentation
GRAIL gravity field determination using the Celestial Mechanics Approach – status report
S. Bertone, D. Arnold, A. Jäggi, G. Beutler, and L. Mervart
12:05–12:25
EPSC2015-371
The Search for Water in the Lunar Crust
D. E. Smith and M. T. Zuber
Lunch break
Chairperson: Harald Hiesinger
14:00–14:20 EPSC2015-387
Our New Moon and its Water (withdrawn)
Y. Pendleton
14:20–14:40
EPSC2015-738 | Presentation
Hydrogen at the Lunar Terminator
T. A. Livengood, G. Chin, R. Z. Sagdeev, I. G. Mitrofanov, W. V. Boynton, L. G. Evans, M. L. Litvak, T. P. McClanahan, A. B. Sanin, R. D. Starr, and J. J. Su
14:40–14:50
EPSC2015-558
A new model of the lunar ejecta cloud: implications for in situ dust measurements
A. A. Christou
14:50–15:10
EPSC2015-854
The Widespread Distribution of Swirls in Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera Images
B. W. Denevi, M. S. Robinson, A. K. Boyd, and D. T. Blewett
15:10–15:30
EPSC2015-170
The Impact of Craters on Neutron Fluxes and Lunar Polar Hydrogen Abundances
V. Eke, K. Bower, S. Diserens, M. Ryder, P. Yeomans, L. Teodoro, R. Elphic, W. Feldman, B. Hermalyn, C. Lavelle, D. Lawrence, and S. Maurice
Coffee break
Chairperson: Harald Hiesinger
16:00–16:15
EPSC2015-165
The Application of Chang’e-3 Moon-based Extreme Ultraviolet Camera Geometric Positioning
W. YAN, J.J. LIU, W.R. WANG, F.F. WANG, X.G. ZENG, and X.Y. GAO
16:15–16:35
EPSC2015-601
From Regolith to Shallow Structure of Chang’E-3 Landing Site
W. Wang, J. Feng, L. Mu, J. Liu, and Y. Liu
16:35–16:55
EPSC2015-190
Regolith thickness at the Chang’E-3 landing site from the Lunar Penetrating Radar and impact craters
W. Fa, M.-H. Zhu, and T. Liu
16:55–17:15
EPSC2015-168
A miniature laser ablation mass spectrometer for in situ chemical composition investigation of lunar surface
M. B. Neuland, K. Mezger, A. Riedo, M. Tulej, and P. Wurz
Break
Chairperson: Bernard Foing
17:45–18:05
EPSC2015-277
Dust accelerator tests of the LDEX laboratory model
Y.W. Li, S. Bugiel, B. Hofmann, M. Horanyi, Z. Sternovsky, and R. Srama
18:05–18:15
EPSC2015-299
Wave phenomena at Moon: the solar wind-magnetic anomalies interaction
A. A. Skalsky and A. M. Sadovski
18:15–18:25
EPSC2015-15
Non-monotonic potentials near the sunlit side of the Moon
T. Burinskaya
18:25–18:40
EPSC2015-739
NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute: Combining Science and Exploration
B. Bailey, G. Schmidt, D. Daou, and Y. Pendleton
18:40–19:00
EPSC2015-860
New Views of the Moon II 2008-2018. An initiative to integrate new lunar information into our fundamental understanding of the Moon and the next stages of international lunar exploration.
C. Shearer, C.R. Neal, B.L. Jolliff, M.A. Wieczorek, S. Mackwell, and S. Lawrence
19:00–19:15
EPSC2015-916
The International Lunar Decade Declaration
V. Beldavs, B. Foing, D. Bland, and J. Crisafulli
19:15–19:30
EPSC2015-753
“NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute” – Expanded Goals and More Partners
D. Daou, G. Schmidt, Y. Pendleton, B. Bailey, and D. Morrison