European Planetary Science Congress 2018
16–21 September 2018
TU Berlin | Berlin | Germany

Oral programme TP7/SB20

TP7/SB20

Impact processes on terrestrial planets and other planetary bodies (co-organized)
Convener: Elena Martellato  | Co-conveners: Natalia Artemieva , Kai Wünnemann 
Oral programme
 / Fri, 21 Sep, 08:30–12:30  / 14:00–15:30  / Room Venus
Poster programme
 / Attendance Thu, 20 Sep, 18:15–20:00  / Display Thu, 20 Sep, 08:00–20:00  / Poster area

Friday, 21 September 2018
Room Venus
Chairperson: 15368
Large basins: formation and environmental effects

08:30–08:45
EPSC2018-871
Impact-Induced Melting by Giant Collision Events
Lukas Manske, Kai Wünnemann, Miki Nakajima, Christoph Burger, and Ana-Catalina Plesa
08:45–09:00
EPSC2018-776
Numerical modelling of giant collisions – The Moon-forming impact event
Nicole Güldemeister, Lukas Manske, and Kai Wünnemann
09:00–09:15
EPSC2018-755
The South-Pole Aitken basin formation and its effects on the melting activity in the lunar mantle
Sebastiano Padovan, Doris Breuer, Lukas Manske, Elena Martellato, Ana-Catalina Plesa, Thomas Ruedas, Sabrina Schwinger, and Nicola Tosi
09:15–09:30
EPSC2018-224
Formation of impact basins on the moon - insights from numerical modeling, gravity and remote sensing data
Tomke Lompa, Kai Wünnemann, and Meng-Hua Zhu
09:30–09:45
EPSC2018-1175
Post Impact Hydrothermal Activity. Thermodynamic Simulations on the Chicxulub Crater and Habitability Assessment. Media interest
Evangelos Christou and Wolfgang Bach
09:45–10:00
EPSC2018-8
Regolith mixing by impacts: Lateral diffusion of basin melt
Tiantian Liu, Greg Michael, Juliane Engelmann, Kai Wünneman, and Jürgen Oberst
10:00–10:15
Discussion

Coffee break
Impacts: shock features in nature and experiments

10:45–11:00
EPSC2018-213
Direct quartz-coesite transformation in shocked sandstones from Kamil Crater (Egypt) Media interest
Luigi Folco
11:00–11:15
EPSC2018-265
Constraining shock wave propagation direction from planar microstructures in quartz and feldspar
Lidia Pittarello, Ludovic Ferrière, and Gordon R. Osinski
11:15–11:30
EPSC2018-709
Spherical shock experiments with Chelyabinsk meteorite: The experiment and textural gradient
Evgeniya Petrova, Victor Grokhovsky, Tomas Kohout, Razilia Muftakhetdinova, and Grigoriy Yakovlev
11:30–11:45
EPSC2018-827
Spherical shock experiments with Chelyabinsk meteorite: reflectance spectra changes with increasing shock
Tomas Kohout, Evgeniya Petrova, Grigoriy Yakovlev, Victor Grokhovsky, Antti Penttilä, and Alessandro Maturilli
11:45–12:00
EPSC2018-212
Shock-darkening in a shock-recovered ordinary chondrite? Numerical model of the experiment
Juulia-Gabrielle Moreau, Tomas Kohout, and Kai Wünnemann
12:00–12:15
EPSC2018-986
Impact vaporization and condensation of planetary materials in laser irradiation experiments Media interest
Christopher Hamann, Lutz Hecht, Sebastian Schäffer, Dominic Heunoske, Tobias Salge, Ansgar Greshake, Amin Garbout, and Jens Osterholz
12:15–12:30
Discussion

Lunch break
Impacts: from the projectile to the final crater morphology

14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-299
Impact flashes on the Moon.
Chrysa Avdellidou
14:15–14:30
EPSC2018-102
Misleading projectile determination by Cr/Ni and Ni/Co ratios of Australasian microtektites and impact melt rocks
Gerhard Schmidt
14:30–14:45
EPSC2018-955
Crater depth statistics: constraining obliteration rates from secondary clusters of Mojave crater
Sylvain Breton, Cathy Quantin-Nataf, Lu Pan, Thomas Bodin, and Erwan Bras
14:45–15:00
EPSC2018-139
Influence of Target Properties on Ejecta Scaling Relationships
Robert Luther and Kai Wünnemann
15:00–15:15
EPSC2018-292
Combined remote sensing analyses and landscape evolution modeling of the terrestrial Bosumtwi crater Media interest
Gerwin Wulf, Stefan Hergarten, and Thomas Kenkmann
15:15–15:30
EPSC2018-1040
Formation of nanoscopic Lingunite and alternating augite-plagioclase wedges at Lockne impact crater, Sweden
Amar Agarwal, Boris Reznik, and Agnes Kontky