European Planetary Science Congress 2017
17–22 September 2017
Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija | Riga | Latvia

Oral programme TP7

TP7

Impact processes in the Solar System
Convener: E. Martellato 
Co-Conveners: J. Ormö , N. Artemieva , G. S. Collins , K. Wünnemann 
Session details
Oral programme
 / Mon, 18 Sep, 14:00–19:15  / Room Neptune
Poster programme
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Sep, 17:45–19:15  / Poster area
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Monday, 18 Sep 2017
Room Neptune
Chairperson: Elena Martellato, Jens Ormö
The impact process: laboratory experiments, and geological observations

14:00–14:15
EPSC2017-912
New Insights into Shatter Cone Formation from MEMIN Experiments | Media
J. Wilk, T. Kenkmann, and C. Hamann
14:15–14:30 EPSC2017-936
Shock synthesis of geological minerals from impact cratering experiments (withdrawn)
K. H. Harriss and M. J. Burchell
14:30–14:45
EPSC2017-987
Marine resurge sequences in drill cores from Flynn Creek impact structure, Tennessee, USA.
L. de Marchi, J. Ormö, D. R. Adrian, and D. T. King
14:45–15:00
EPSC2017-307
An age of both Ilumetsa structures – support of their impact origin | Media
A. Losiak, J. Plado, A. Jõeleht, M. Szyszka, E.M. Wild, M. Bronikowska, C. Belcher, and P. Steier
15:00–15:15 EPSC2017-684
Geomorphometry of simple crater degradation classes on mare Serenitatis (withdrawn)
V Vivaldi, M Massironi, A Ninfo, and G Cremonese
15:15–15:30
EPSC2017-658
Experimental Investigation of the Formation of Complex Craters
E. Martellato, M.A. Dörfler, B. Schuster, K. Wünnemman, and T. Kenkmann
Coffee break
Chairperson: Anna Łosiak, Sebastiano Padovan
Meteoroid entry, atmospheric interaction, and ejecta distribution

16:00–16:15
EPSC2017-998
Meteorite Atmospheric Entry Reproduced in Plasmatron II: Iron Oxidation State Change Probed by Xanes
G. Giuli, G. O. Lepore, L. Pittarello, S. McKibbin, S. Goderis, B. Soens, F. Bariselli, B. R. Barros Dias, F. L. Zavalan, T. Magin, B. Helber, and P. Claeys
16:15–16:30
EPSC2017-182
Simulation of ejecta–atmosphere interaction
R. Luther, N. Artemieva, and K. Wünnemann
16:30–16:45
EPSC2017-26
Thermal radiation from large bolides and impact plumes | Media
V. Svetsov and V. Shuvalov
16:45–17:00 EPSC2017-158
The role of sesquinary impacts on the Moon (withdrawn)
M. A. Kreslavsky
17:00–17:15
EPSC2017-251
Quantification of shock-induced melting and its distribution in the Ejecta
J. Engelmann, K. Wünnemann, R. Luther, and M.-H. Zhu
17:15–17:30
EPSC2017-66
2D Models for the evolving distribution of impact melt at the lunar near-surface
T. Liu, G. G. Michael, and J. Oberst
Break
Chairperson: Robert Luther, Gabriele Giuli
The effect of impact cratering on planetary evolution

17:45–18:00
EPSC2017-232
Impact-induced melting by giant collision events – Implications for the formation of magma oceans on terrestrial planets
L. Manske and K. Wünnemann
18:00–18:15
EPSC2017-76
The martian moons as the remnants of a giant impact | Media
T. Ronnet, P. Vernazza, O. Mousis, B. Brugger, P. Beck, B. Devouard, O. Witasse, and F. Cipriani
18:15–18:30
EPSC2017-522
Using large impacts to constrain the thermal evolution of the terrestrial planets | Media
S. Padovan, N. Tosi, A.-C. Plesa, and T. Ruedas
18:30–18:45
EPSC2017-561
The impact of meteoritic impacts on the early Martian environment
M. Turbet, F. Forget, V. Svetsov, H. Tran, O. Karatekin, O. Popova, and C. Gillmann
18:45–19:00
EPSC2017-286
The Orbit Planes of Impactors that Formed Elongated Martian Craters
E Sefton-Nash, Z Faes, O Witasse, and B Buchenburger
19:00–19:15
EPSC2017-323
Does the gravity signature of lunar basins correlate with their ages?
D. Wahl and J. Oberst