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

Oral programme LSE6/MTI10

LSE6/MTI10

Science and Innovation for the Moon Village and beyond (co-organized)
Convener: Bernard Foing  | Co-conveners: Chrysa Avdellidou , Germaine Van der Sanden , Christiane Heinicke 
Oral programme
 / Tue, 18 Sep, 14:00–18:00  / Room Venus
 / Fri, 21 Sep, 14:00–15:45  / Room Mercury
Poster programme
 / Attendance Tue, 18 Sep, 18:15–20:00  / Display Tue, 18 Sep, 08:00–20:00  / Poster area

Tuesday, 18 September 2018
Room Venus
14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-176
Environmental ethics in outer space - Long term sustainability of the human species
Andrea Owe
14:15–14:30
EPSC2018-322
Moon and Mars habitation in lava tubes: The first explorers will be cave men again. Stefánshellir test site in Iceland
Martin Gasser and Michael Chalmer Dunn
14:30–14:45
EPSC2018-347
LOGOS : Lunar Organisms, GeoMicrobiology and Organic Compound Space Experiment
Jean-Pierre Paul de Vera and the LOGOS Team
14:45–15:00
EPSC2018-349
Future Low-Cost Lunar and Planetary Missions Enabled by Commercial Space Companies
Alain Berinstain and Robert Richards
15:00–15:15
EPSC2018-599
Updated Design Concepts of the Moon and Mars Base Analog (MaMBA)
Christiane Heinicke, Leszek Orzechowski, Rawel Abdullah, Maria von Einem, and Marlies Arnhof
15:15–15:30
EPSC2018-720
NASA SSERVI: Merging Science and Human Exploration
Gregory Schmidt, Kristina Gibbs, Brad Bailey, and Yvonne Pendleton
15:30–15:45
EPSC2018-713
NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute: Building Collaboration Through International Partnerships
Kristina Gibbs, Greg Schmidt, Yvonne Pendleton, and Brad Bailey
Coffee break
16:15–16:30
EPSC2018-999
HERACLES – Exploring the Moon in an International Context
Markus Landgraf, William Carey, Victoria Hipkin, James Carpenter, and Harald Hiesinger
16:30–16:45
EPSC2018-1015
Surface characterization of potential lunar polar landing sites with accuracy up to 7 m
Maya Djachkova, Igor Mitrofanov, Anton Sanin, Maxim Litvak, and Vladislav Tretiyakov
16:45–17:00
EPSC2018-1247
EuroMoonMars Workshop 2018: a pilot study on a semi-autonomous laboratory module for analogue simulations
Germaine van der Sanden, Bernard Foing, Elise Clavé, and Louis Dubois and the EuroMoonMars 2018 team
17:00–17:15
EPSC2018-1253
Considerations on instruments for astrobiological investigations in a Moon/Mars laboratory
Mickael Baqué, Cyprien Verseux, Jean-Pierre de Vera, and Christiane Heinicke
17:15–17:30
EPSC2018-1255
Synergies between geological laboratory analyses on the Moon and Mars
Solmaz Adeli, Jens Ormö, Steven Jaret, and Christiane Heinicke
17:30–17:45
EPSC2018-1256
The JULES VERNE 2028 project
Frédéric Foucher and the Jules Verne 2028 consortium
17:45–18:00 EPSC2018-1278
Planetary Science in Analogs in Lunares habitat. (withdrawn)
Agata Kołodziejczyk, Matt Harasymczuk, Leszek Orzechowski, Arthur Lillo, and Bernard Foing

Friday, 21 September 2018
Room Mercury
14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-155
Telecontrol of ExoGeoLab Lander
Louis Dubois
14:15–14:30
EPSC2018-258
Four Centuries of European Planetary Mapping: Towards Mapping for New Human Surface Operations
Henrik Hargitai and Mateusz Pitura
14:30–14:45
EPSC2018-592
Dealing with a physically disabled crew member: Lessons learned by the crew of the ICAres-1 mission
Christiane Heinicke, Marcin Kaczmarzyk, Malgorzata Perycz, and Aleksander Wasniowski
14:45–15:00
EPSC2018-639
EuroMoonMars 2018 Workshop: Hands-on demonstration gand practice before analogue simulations.
Louis Dubois, Élise Clavé, Germaine Sanden, and Bernard Foing
15:00–15:15
EPSC2018-819
Mission to the Moon and the return to Apollo 17
Torsten Kriening
15:15–15:30
EPSC2018-1197
On the need to consider the dynamics of future governmental and cooperate space travel and their effects on the non-biological environment in the planetary system
Jörg Fritz
15:30–15:45
Flash poster presentation & discussion