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Extraterrestrial seismology – Advances in instrumentation and methodology (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Kathrin Spieker 
Co-Conveners: Stefanie Hempel , Savas Ceylan , Martin Knapmeyer , Brigitte Knapmeyer-Endrun 
Session details
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / PICO spot A
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Friday, 28 Apr 2017
PICO spot A
Chairperson: Stefanie Hempel
15:30–15:40 PICOA.1
SEIS/INSIGHT: One year prior launch for Seismic Discovery on Mars | Highlight
Philippe Lognonne, W. Bruce Banerdt, Domenico Giardini, W. Tom Pike, Ulli Christensen, Brigitte Knapmeyer-Endrun, Sebastien de Raucourt, Jeff Umland, Ken Hurst, Peter Zweifel, Simon Calcutt, Marco Bierwirth, David Mimoun, Gabriel Pont, Nicolas Verdier, Philippe Laudet, Sue Smrekar, and Tom Hoffman and the SEIS/InSight team
15:40–15:42 PICOA.2
Seismic velocity and crustal thickness inversions: Moon and Mars
Melanie Drilleau, Jean-François Blanchette-Guertin, Taichi Kawamura, Philippe Lognonné, and Mark Wieczorek
15:42–15:44 PICOA.3
An iterative inversion technique to improve single station event locations on Mars
Amir Khan, Savas Ceylan, Martin van Driel, John Clinton, Maren Böse, Fabian Euchner, Domenico Giardini, Raphael F. Garcia, Philippe Lognonné, Mark Panning, and Bruce Banerdt
15:44–15:46 PICOA.4
Blind tests of methods for InSight Mars mission: Open scientific challenge
John Clinton, Savas Ceylan, Domenico Giardini, Amir Khan, Martin van Driel, Maren Böse, Fabian Euchner, Raphael F. Garcia, Mélanie Drilleau, Philippe Lognonné, Mark Panning, and Bruce Banerdt
15:46–15:48 PICOA.5
The thermochemical structure of Mars - a seismological perspective on phase transitions, low-velocity layers and convection in the deep interior (withdrawn)
Stefanie Hempel, Robert Myhill, Attilio Rivoldini, and Raphael F. Garcia
15:48–15:50 PICOA.6
Exploring Venus interior structure with infrasonic techniques (solicited)
David Mimoun, Raphael Garcia, Alexandre Cadu, Jim Cutts, Attila Komjathy, Mike Pauken, Sharon Kedar, Jennifer Jackson, and Dave Stevenson
15:50–15:52 PICOA.7
Investigating the Concept of Using Airglow Measurements to Detect Seismicity on Venus
Balthasar Kenda, Philippe Lognonné, Attila Komjathy, Bruce Banerdt, Jim Cutts, Lauriane Soret, and Jennifer Jackson
15:52–15:54 PICOA.8
Lunar Structure from Coda Wave Interferometry
Ceri Nunn and Heiner Igel
15:54–15:56 PICOA.9
A new moonquake catalog from Apollo 17 geophone data
Jesse-Lee Dimech, Brigitte Knapmeyer-Endrun, and Renee Weber
15:56–15:58 PICOA.10
Taking into acount recent geodetic and mineralogical constraints on seismological models of the Moon.
Raphael F. Garcia, Mark Wieczoreck, Stefanie Hempel, and Attilio Rivoldini
15:58–16:00 PICOA.11
The seismic signatures of the solar system
Simon C. Stähler, Sharon Kedar, Martin van Driel, Steven D. Vance, and Mark P. Panning
16:00–16:02 PICOA.12
Cryoseismology (solicited)
Fabian Walter and Evgeniy Podolskiy
16:02–16:04 PICOA.13
What will Europa sound like? Modelling the seismic response of an icy moon. (withdrawn)
Simon C. Stähler, Mark P. Panning, Steven D. Vance, William T. Pike, and Sharon Kedar
16:04–16:06 PICOA.14
Simulating the passive seismic investigation of Didymoon (withdrawn)
Stefanie Hempel, Naomi Murdoch, Raphael F. Garcia, Ludovic Margerin, and David Mimoun
16:06–16:08 PICOA.15
A Broadband Silicon Seismic Package for Planetary Exploration
W. Thomas Pike, Ian Standley, Simon Calcutt, and Sharon Kedar
16:08–16:10 PICOA.16
The case for 6-component ground motion observations in planetary seismology
Rakshit Joshi, Martin van Driel, Stefanie Donner, Ceri Nunn, Joachim Wassermann, and Heiner Igel
16:10–16:12 PICOA.17
On the potential of seismic rotational motion measurements for extraterrestrial seismology
Cedric Schmelzbach, David Sollberger, Amir Khan, Stewart Greenhalgh, Cederic Van Renterghem, and Johan Robertsson
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