Oral Programme PS1.1

PS1.1

Exploring the Solar System: Missions and Techniques and a stakeholder approach
Convener: C. Muller 
Co-Conveners: P. Falkner , B.H. Foing , N. Peter , Ehrenfreund 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 24 Apr, 13:30–19:00  / Room 8
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 24 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Halls X/Y
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Friday, 24 Apr 2009
Room 8
Chairperson: Peter Falkner
13:30–13:45
EGU2009-3194
Gravity Advanced Package to probe Solar System gravitation
B. Christophe, B. Foulon, and A. Levy
13:45–14:00 EGU2009-5898
Summary of NASA (withdrawn)
T.S. Balint and the Venus STDT & Venus Flagship Study Team
14:00–14:15
EGU2009-11816
Geochemistry of Vesta and Ceres: In-flight calibration of Dawn
T. H. Prettyman, W. C. Feldman, and H. Y. McSween
14:15–14:30
EGU2009-517
NASA-ESA Joint Mission to Explore Two Worlds of Great Astrobiological Interest - Titan and Enceladus
K. Reh, A. Coustenis, J. Lunine, D. Matson, J-P Lebreton, C. Erd, and P. Beauchamp
14:30–14:45
EGU2009-12708
Dawn mission progress: Mars flyby and Vesta plans
C. A. Raymond and C. T. Russell and the Dawn Science Team
14:45–15:00
EGU2009-14078
Marco Polo, a JAXA-ESA sample return mission to a Near-Earth Object
P. Vernazza and the Marco Polo Team
COFFEE BREAK
Chairperson: Christian Muller
15:30–15:45 EGU2009-5920
Determining Io Lava Eruption Temperature: Strategies for a New Mission to the Most Dynamic Satellite in the Solar System (withdrawn)
A. G. Davies and L. P. Keszthelyi
15:45–16:00
EGU2009-13998
The Europa Jupiter system mission
K. Clark, A. Stankov, R.T. Pappalardo, R. Greeley, M. Blanc, J.-P. Lebreton, and T. Van Houten
16:00–16:15
EGU2009-6968
Exploring medium gravity icy planetary bodies: an opportunity in the Inner System by landing at Ceres high latitudes
J. Poncy, O. Grasset, V. Martinot, and G. Tobie
16:15–16:30
EGU2009-8108
Exploration of Jovian Magnetosphere and Trojan Asteroids by a Solar Power Sail Mission
S. Sasaki, M. Fujimoto, Y. Kasaba, J. Kawaguchi, Y. Kawakatsu, O. Mori, T. Takashima, Y. Tsuda, H. Yano, and Jupiter Exploration Working Group
16:30–16:45
EGU2009-11804
Strategies for the return of science data from in situ vehicles at Titan
T. R. Spilker, K. R. Reh, C. Erd, J. O. Elliott, D. Mohr, and N. J. Strange
16:45–17:00
EGU2009-14053
Future perspectives on space exploration and options for Europe
N. Peter
BREAK
Chairperson: Bernard Foing
17:30–17:45
EGU2009-13223
Report from ILEWG and Cape Canaveral Lunar Declaration 2008
B.H. Foing and the ICEUM10 participants and ILEWG
17:45–18:00 EGU2009-14052
A strong European component of an internationally coordinated exploration programme: Yes, we can! (withdrawn)
J.-C. Worms
18:00–18:15 EGU2009-14055
The future of space exploration in Europe : an industrial point of view (withdrawn)
M. Grimard
18:15–18:30
EGU2009-14054
Looking back, looking forward and aiming higher: the next generation's visions of the next 50 years in space
B. Thakore, T. Frierson, K. Coderre, A. Lukaszczyk, and A. Karl
18:30–18:45
EGU2009-13036
Synergies of space exploration and Earth science
Y. Chung, P. Ehrenfreund, J. Rummel, and N. Peter
18:45–19:00
EGU2009-1563
Role of operation centres in the future exploration programme.
C. Muller, D Moreau, F. Daerden, and A. Michel