Analogue planetary research (APR) describes the development and testing of space exploration strategies including scientific, technical, operational, social and medical aspects in terrestrial environments under simulated space or planetary conditions [Hettrich S. et al. (2015),]. As such, APR can be performed in analogue planetary simulation, for example Lunar or Martian analogue missions, where future crewed or robotic space exploration missions are simulated and evaluated towards their performance.
With increasing popularity of analogue planetary simulations as test-beds to develop and test technologies, techniques and operational procedures for planetary missions in facilities such as HiSeas, MDRS, LunAres, etc., or campaigns like Pangea, CAVES, or Amadee, this session invites contributions in the field of analogue planetary research including, but not limited to:

- results and lessons-learned from Lunar / Martian analogue missions
- field tests for space exploration hardware, software and techniques
- scientific contributions through analogue research
- geological field work during planetary simulations
- future analogue mission concepts
- transferring APR results into actual space exploration missions

Convener: Bernard Foing | Co-convener: Sebastian Hettrich
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X4

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Sebastian Hettrich, Marc Heemskerk, Marjolein Daeter, Dieke Beentjes, Bernard Foing
X4.185 |
| Highlight
EuroMoonmars Instruments, Research, Analogue Field Campaigns, and Support Activities 2017-2019
X4.186 |
| solicited
Agata Kolodziejczyk and Mateusz Harasymczuk
X4.187 |
Jean-Marc Salotti, Baptiste Prébot, and Ilaria Cinelli
X4.188 |
Maria Grulich, Ghanim Alotaibi, Hannah Blackburn, Nathan Hadland, Natalia Larrea Brito, David Masaitis, Daniel Robson, Verónica Triviño, and Bernard Foing and the International Emerging Space Leaders (IESLs) Crew 205
X4.189 |
| solicited
| Highlight
The AMADEE-18 Mars analog simulation: results and outlook
Sophie Gruber and Gernot Grömer
X4.190 |
| Highlight
Michaela Musilova, Henk Rogers, and Bernard Foing
X4.192 |
| solicited
| Highlight
Tatiana Benavides, Marc Heemskerk, Bernard Foing, and Bram De Winter
X4.193 |
Marjolein Daeter and Arlene Dingemans
X4.194 |
Marc Heemskerk, Marjolein Daeter, Bernard Foing, and Anna Sitnikova
X4.195 |
Analog Planetary Operations at the University of North Dakota
Pablo De Leon
X4.196 |
| Highlight
Marco Veneranda, Guillermo Lopez-Reyes, José Antonio Manrique, Jesus Saiz, Jesus Medina, Henning Dypvik, Stephanie Werner, and Fernando Rull
X4.197 |
Jesus Saiz, Guillermo Lopez-Reyes, Marco Veneranda, Jose Antonio Manrique, Alvaro Guzmán, David Moreno-Dominguez, Stephanie Werner, Francois Poulet, Jesus Medina, and Fernando Rull