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Posters PS5.2/GI2.21

PS5.2/GI2.21

Space Instrumentation, Planetary landers and Rovers (co-organized)
Convener: Maike Brigitte Neuland 
Co-Conveners: Mark Bentley , David Mimoun 
Session details
Orals
 / Tue, 10 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 1.61
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X4
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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X4
Chairperson: Maike Brigitte Neuland
X4.218 EGU2018-2238
Recent Use of Advanced Radio Science Instrumentation (withdrawn)
Dustin Buccino and Kamal Oudrhiri

X4.219 EGU2018-3168
MINI-ADVANCED POINTING IMAGING CAMERA (mAPIC) CONCEPT (withdrawn)
Ryan Park and Ed Riedel

X4.220
EGU2018-5742
Development and Initial Results of a Double Hemispherical Probe (DHP) for The Advancement of Space Plasma Measurements
Xu Wang, Joseph Samaniego, Hsiang-Wen Hsu, Mihaly Horanyi, Jan-Erik Wahlund, and Robert Ergun

X4.221
EGU2018-7507 | presentation | presentation
Controller for in-situ pressure and humidity measurements on board ExoMars 2020 Surface Platform
Timo Nikkanen, Maria Genzer, Maria Hieta, Ari-Matti Harri, Harri Haukka, Jouni Polkko, and Matias Meskanen

X4.222
EGU2018-7743
Concept of small-sized instruments for monitoring and diagnostics of solar wind
Artyom Shestakov, Dmitry Moiseenko, Shuvalov Sergei, Zhuravlev Roman, Zimovets Ivan, and Oleg Vaisberg

X4.223
EGU2018-8212
Simulations of image distortion and radiation damage for ESA JUICE mission spacecraft camera
Hualin Xiao, Wojtek Hajdas, Patryk Socha, Stephane Beauvivre, Daniel Kraehenbuehl, and Ruth Ziethe

X4.224
EGU2018-10453
NEWTON instrument performance example: Magnetic and mineralogical evidences for the origin of an impact crater-like structure of the Barda Negra plateau basalts (Argentina) now interpreted as giant caprock sinkhole
Marina Díaz-Michelena, Rolf Kilian, Francisco Ríos, Óscar Baeza, Veracruz González González, and José Luis Mesa Uña

X4.225
EGU2018-11606
Dragonfly: in situ investigation of Titan’s astrobiological potential
Caroline Freissinet, Melissa G. Trainer, Kevin P. Hand, Sarah M. Hörst, Ralph D. Lorenz, Shannon M. MacKenzie, Chris P. McKay, William B. Brinckerhoff, Morgan L. Cable, Catherine D. Neish, Jason W. Barnes, and Elizabeth P. Turtle

X4.226
EGU2018-18320
Electric Solar Wind Sail tether payloads onboard nanosatellites in low Earth orbit and in solar wind
Jouni Envall, Petri Toivanen, Pekka Janhunen, Jouni Polkko, Pekka Salminen, Erik Ilbis, and Indrek Sünter

X4.227
EGU2018-10957
What Do We Know About the Sun’s Gravity Field? Can We Measure It?
David E Smith and Maria T Zuber

X4.228
EGU2018-12960 | presentation | presentation
LAGRANGE: how to study the solar gravito-magnetism and internal dynamics by means of a Sagnac-like experiment at the scale of the Inner solar system
Matteo Luca Ruggiero, Angelo Tartaglia, David Lucchesi, Enrico C. Lorenzini, Giuseppe Pucacco, and Pavel Valko

X4.229
EGU2018-2042
European SpaceCraft for the study of Atmospheric Particle Escape (ESCAPE): a planetary mission to Earth, proposed to ESA in response to the M5-call
Iannis Dandouras, Masatoshi Yamauchi, Henri Rème, Johan De Keyser, Octav Marghitu, Andrew Fazakerley, Benjamin Grison, Lynn Kistler, Anna Milillo, Rumi Nakamura, Nikolaos Paschalidis, Antonis Paschalis, Jean-Louis Pinçon, Takeshi Sakanoi, Martin Wieser, Peter Wurz, Ichiro Yoshikawa, Ingemar Häggström, Mike Liemohn, and Feng Tian and the ESCAPE Team

X4.230
EGU2018-18814
Science Goals, Objectives, and Investigations of the 2016 Europa Lander Science Definition Team Report.
Kevin Hand, Alison Murray, James Garvin, and R Aileen Yingst and the Europa Science Definition Team