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

Oral programme OPS1

OPS1

Outer planets systems and Pluto
Convener: Athena Coustenis  | Co-conveners: Glenn Orton , Sushil K. Atreya , Leigh Fletcher , Nicolas Altobelli 
Oral programme
 / Tue, 18 Sep, 10:45–12:15  / 14:00–18:00  / Room Jupiter
Poster programme
 / Attendance Wed, 19 Sep, 16:15–18:00  / Display Wed, 19 Sep, 08:00–20:00  / Poster area

Tuesday, 18 September 2018
Room Jupiter
Chairperson: A. Coustenis and N. Krupp
10:45–11:00
EPSC2018-590
Exploring the Atmosphere of Jupiter with Ultraviolet Spectroscopy
Henrik Melin, Leigh Fletcher, Arrate Antunano Martin, James Blake, Padraig Donnelly, and Naomi Rowe-Gurney
11:00–11:15
EPSC2018-834
Forward and inverse kinetic energy cascades in Jupiter's turbulent weather layer
Roland Young and Peter Read
11:15–11:30
EPSC2018-949
Global Flows Of Energetic Ions In Jupiter's Equatorial Plane During The Galileo Era 1995-2003
Norbert Krupp, Benjamin Palmearts, Elias Roussos, Markus Fraenz, Fran Bagenal, Robert Wilson, Chris Paranicas, and Krishan Khurana
11:30–11:45
EPSC2018-1050
Modeling atmospheric dynamics in Jupiter's troposphere
Alexandre Boissinot, Aymeric Spiga, Sandrine Guerlet, and Simon Cabanes
11:45–12:00
EPSC2018-79
Saturn atmospheric dynamics after Cassini from ground-based observations in the visible punctuated by HST/OPAL yearly observations
Ricardo Hueso, Agustín Sánchez-Lavega, Amy Simon, Mike Wong, Marc Delcroix, Jose Félix Rojas, François Colas, Josep María Gómez-Forrellad, and Trevor Barry
12:00–12:15
EPSC2018-185
A new polar storm and a long-lived equatorial disturbance in Saturn’s post-Cassini era
Agustin Sanchez-Lavega, Ricardo Hueso, Teresa del Rio-Gaztelurrutia, Enrique García-Melendo, Manel Soria Guerrero, Jon Legarreta, Amy Simon, Mike Wong, Josep M. Gomez-Forrellad, and Marc Delcroix
Lunch break
14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-898
Survey of lion roar emissions observed in Saturn’s magnetosheath by Cassini
David Píša, Ali H. Sulaiman, Ondřej Santolík, George B. Hospodarsky, William S. Kurth, and Donald A. Gurnett
14:15–14:30
EPSC2018-247
Formation of Saturn’s small inner moons by collisions of similar-sized moonlets
Adrien Leleu, Martin Jutzi, and Martin Rubin
14:30–14:45
EPSC2018-306
Saturn's decisive role in the formation of the Galilean system
Thomas Ronnet, Olivier Mousis, Pierre Vernazza, Jonathan Lunine, and Aurélien Crida
14:45–15:00
EPSC2018-569
Giant Impacts Around Saturn
Erik Asphaug and Alexandre Emsenhuber
15:00–15:15
EPSC2018-208
The deep winds of Jupiter and Saturn as inferred from recent gravity measurements - similarities and differences
Eli Galanti, Yohai Kaspi, Daniele Durante, Paolo Racioppa, and Luciano Iess
15:15–15:30
EPSC2018-169
Evolution of Titan’s atmospheric temperature and composition near the poles from Cassini/CIRS
Athena Coustenis, Donald Jennings, Richard Achterberg, Georgios Bampasidis, Conor Nixon, Panayotis Lavvas, Valeria Cottini, and F. Michael Flasar
15:30–15:45
EPSC2018-167
The spectral nature of Titan’s major geomorphological surface units: constraints on the composition
Anezina Solomonidou, Athena Coustenis, Rosaly Lopes, Michael Malaska, Sebastien Rodriguez, Pierre Drossart, Charles Elachi, Bernard Schmitt, Alice Le Gall, Stephen Wall, Kenneth Lawrence, Nico Altobelli, Olivier Witasse, Jani Radebaugh, and Ashley Shoenfeld
Coffee break
16:15–16:30
EPSC2018-195
UV irradiation of Titan organic haze
Nathalie Carrasco, Sarah Tigrine, Lisseth Gavilan, Laurent Nahon, and Murthy Gudipati
16:30–16:45
EPSC2018-597
Exploring Titan’s Meteorology with Dragonfly
Scot Rafkin, Ralph Lorenz, Elizabeth Turtle, Jason Barnes, Melissa Trainer, Alice Le Gall, Juan Lora, Chris McKay, Claire Newman, Mark Panning, Tetsuya Tokano, and Colin Wilson
16:45–17:00
EPSC2018-667
Probing the Atmospheres of Saturn and Uranus with Ground-Based Radio Observations
Mark Hofstadter, Virgil Adumitroaie, Sushil Atreya, and Bryan Butler
17:00–17:15 EPSC2018-584
Unusual Magnetic Fields of Neptune and Uranus (withdrawn)
William Nellis
17:15–17:30
EPSC2018-172
Stellar Occultation of Triton on October 5th, 2017
Joana Marques Oliveira, Bruno Sicardy, Erick Meza, Josselin Desmars, Jean Lecacheux, Marcelo Assafin, Julio Camargo, Jose-Luis Ortiz, Pablo Santos-Sanz, Wolfgang Beisker, Mike Kretlow, Rodrigo Leiva, and Diane Bérard and the Triton Occultation
17:30–17:45
EPSC2018-218
Pluto’s and Triton’s hazes
Panayotis Lavvas
17:45–18:00
EPSC2018-1283
30 Years of H3+ Planetary Astronomy
Steve Miller