The analysis of spectral remote sensing observations from orbiting spacecraft and rovers in the last decades has improved our knowledge about the different bodies in our Solar System. Visible to near infrared as well as thermal infrared spectroscopy enable the mapping of surface compositions of the different planetary surfaces, through the detection of rock-forming minerals as well as secondary mineralogies. Moreover, future explorations will likely involve other spectroscopic techniques (e.g., Raman) and will achieve new scientific goals including high spatial resolution hyperspectral mapping of planetary bodies (e.g. Mercury, asteroids, Phobos, and outer icy moons) and the search for biosignatures (e.g. Mars, Europa, and Enceladus).
Each Solar System object has its specifics, including surface temperature ranges, atmospheric pressure and composition and exposition level to solar and galactic energetic particles. For these reasons, past and future explorations, both from orbit and in-situ, need the support of laboratory activities involving different types of spectroscopic techniques, sample characterization and the integration of those different data sets.
Papers on experimental works and modeling of laboratory data, as well as the integration of data from different experimental techniques applied to planetary missions are solicited to provide the scientific community the opportunity to exchange their expertise and knowledge.

Co-organized as GI3.25
Convener: Cristian Carli | Co-conveners: Rosario Brunetto, Sabrina Ferrari
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X4

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Sabrina Ferrari
X4.187 |
Hyperspectral vegetation indices to assess chlorophyll and vegetation stress caused by hydrocarbons in the Amazon forest
Paul Arellano and Dimitris Stratoulias
X4.188 |
Cristian Carli, Giovanna Serventi, Alessandro Maturilli, Sabrina Ferrari, Maria Sgavetti, Arianna Secchiari, Alessandra Montanini, and Joern Helbert
X4.189 |
A Framework for Analysis of Carbonaceous Chondrite Reflectance Spectra
Edward A. Cloutis
X4.190 |
Cateline Lantz, François Poulet, Damien Loizeau, Marco Veneranda, Henning Dypvik, Fernando Rull Perez, Cédric Pilorget, and Stéphanie C. Werner
X4.191 |
Federico Tosi, Simone De Angelis, Cristian Carli, Pierre Beck, Sandra Potin, Olivier Brissaud, Bernard Schmitt, and Giuseppe Piccioni
X4.192 |
Alessandro Pisello, Maria Cristina De Sanctis, Alessandro Maturilli, Marco Ferrari, Simone De Angelis, Francesco Vetere, Cristina Pauselli, and Diego Perugini
X4.193 |
Jacopo Nava, Sabrina Ferrari, Cristian Carli, Martin D Suttle, Richard Spiess, Jens Najorka, Ernesto Palomba, Luigi Folco, and Matteo Massironi
X4.194 |
Nicolas Bott, Rosario Brunetto, Alain Doressoundiram, Cristian Carli, Fabrizio Capaccioni, Yves Langevin, Davide Perna, François Poulet, Giovanna Serventi, Maria Sgavetti, Giovanni Strazzulla, Ferenc Borondics, and Christophe Sandt
X4.195 |
Matteo Massironi, Sabrina Ferrari, Paola Zuppella, Vania Da Deppo, Piergiorgio Nicolosi, Fabrizio Nestola, Cristian Carli, and Jacopo Nava