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

Oral programme MT2

MT2

Planetary in situ measurements
Convener: A. Hagermann 
Co-Conveners: G. Kargl , E. Kaufmann 
Session details
Oral programme
 / Thu, 21 Sep, 11:00–12:30  / 14:00–15:30  / Room Neptune
Poster programme
 / Attendance Thu, 21 Sep, 17:45–19:15  / Poster area
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Thursday, 21 Sep 2017
Room Neptune
Chairperson: A Hagermann
11:00–11:20
EPSC2017-239
Microphone characterisation for the Mars 2020 rover
N. Murdoch, A. Cadu, A. Sournac, J. Merrison, J.J Iverson, B. Bousquet, R.D. Lorenz, J. Lasue, M. Bassas-Portus, X. Jacob, S. Maurice, and D. Mimoun
11:20–11:40
EPSC2017-253
Miniaturized Raman/LIBS instrument for in situ exploration of planetary bodies without atmospheres
D. S. Vogt, S. Frohmann, S. Schröder, K. Rammelkamp, U. Böttger, and H.-W. Hübers
11:40–12:00
EPSC2017-419
Retrieval of martian dust and cloud properties from ground-based radiance sensors observations
D. Toledo, P. Rannou, I. Arruego, and J.-P. Pommereau
12:00–12:20
EPSC2017-726
Overview of ChemCam Activities and Discoveries during 5 years at Gale Crater, Mars
S. Schröder, R.C. Wiens, A. Cousin, O. Gasnault, and S. Maurice
12:20–12:30
Discussion

Lunch break
Chairperson: G Kargl
14:00–14:20
EPSC2017-799
In-situ chemical composition measurements with a laser ablation mass spectrometer for space research: Quantitative investigations of meteorites
M. B. Neuland, S. Frey, A. Riedo, K. Mezger, R. Wiesendanger, M. Tulej, and P. Wurz
14:20–14:40
EPSC2017-880
Soil mechanical simulation of the HP3 penetrator using a discrete element software package.
G. Kargl, J. Poganski, N. I. Kömle, and H. F. Schweiger
14:40–15:00 EPSC2017-944
Exomars 2016 Schiaparelli module trajectory and atmospheric profiles reconstructed by means of inertial and radar altimeter data (withdrawn) | Media
A. Aboudan, G. Colombatti, C. Bettanini, B. Van Hove, O. Karatekin, F. Ferri, and S. Debei
15:00–15:20
EPSC2017-959
Simulating the seismic pressure noise on Mars
N Murdoch, B Kenda, T Kawamura, A Spiga, P Lognonné, D Mimoun, and W B Banerdt
15:20–15:30
Discussion