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

Oral programme MTI5

MTI5

Future Planetary missions and instrumentation (L class, M class, New frontiers, Discovery, etc.)
Convener: Brook Lakew  | Co-conveners: Olivier Mousis , Kim Reh , Anil Bhardwaj , Frank Jansen 
Oral programme
 / Wed, 19 Sep, 08:30–12:30  / 14:00–15:45  / Room Saturn
Poster programme
 / Attendance Wed, 19 Sep, 16:15–18:00  / Display Wed, 19 Sep, 08:00–20:00  / Poster area

Wednesday, 19 September 2018
Room Saturn
Chairperson: Brook Lakew, Olivier Mousis
08:30–08:45
EPSC2018-468
Hera – the European contribution to the first Asteroid deflection demonstration
Michael Küppers, Patrick Michel, and Ian Carnelli
08:45–09:00
EPSC2018-499
Design and development of an interferometric readout for planetary seismometers.
Lucile Fayon, Hubert Halloin, Philippe Lognonné, and Sébastien De Raucourt
09:00–09:15
EPSC2018-652
AIRS: the Infrared Spectroscopic Instrument of ESA M4 ARIEL mission
Jerome Amiaux, Michel Berthé, Olivier Boulade, Christophe Cara, Pierre Olivier Lagage, Vincent Moreau, Vincent Hamm, Gilles Morinaud, Marc Ollivier, Yves André, Hervé Geoffray, Paul Eccleston, Kevin Middelton, Enzo Pascale, Martin Freiricks, Mauro Focardi, and Emanuele Pace
09:15–09:30
EPSC2018-77
Multiband, infrared imager for study of high temperature volcanism on Io
Alexander Soibel, Ashley G. Davies, David Ting, William Johnson, Megan Blackwell, and Paul Hayne
09:30–09:45
EPSC2018-696
FOSSIL: Fragments from the Origins of the Solar System and our Interstellar Locale
Mihaly Horanyi and the FOSSIL
09:45–10:00
EPSC2018-715
Observations of Transient Luminescent Phenomena on the Moon From a Deep Space Platform
Jürgen Oberst
10:00–10:15
EPSC2018-771
Exploring the Ice Giant Systems
Mark Hofstadter and Amy Simon
Coffee break
10:45–11:00
EPSC2018-462
The Surface Dust Analyzer (SUDA) on Europa Clipper
Sascha Kempf
11:00–11:15
EPSC2018-820
Europe's future exploration of Main Belt Comets
Colin Snodgrass, Geraint Jones, Neil Bowles, Alison Gibbings, Matt Taylor, Ian Franchi, and Simon Sheridan
11:15–11:30
EPSC2018-937
Exploring geospace via solar wind charge exchange X-rays
Graziella Branduardi-Raymont, Steve Sembay, Jenny Carter, and Yuichiro Ezoe
11:30–11:45
EPSC2018-994
Rotational Push-broom Imaging from a Planetary Penetrator
George Brydon and Geraint Jones
11:45–12:00
EPSC2018-1042
Jovian Neutrals Analyzer for the Particle Environment Package onboard JUICE
Manabu Shimoyama, Kazushi Asamura, Angèle Pontoni, Maike Neuland, Stefan Karlsson, Martin Wieser, Yoshifumi Futaana, and Stas Barabash
12:00–12:15
EPSC2018-1076
Penetrators as a deployment tool for Mass Spectrometer instrumentation
Simon Sheridan, Simeon Barber, Andrew Morse, and Colin Snodgrass
12:15–12:30
EPSC2018-1178
DEMOCRITOS: Demonstrator Projects for MW class Nuclear Spacecraft
Emmanuel Detsis and Jean-Claude Worms
Lunch break
14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-1188
Proposed Hyperspectral Imager for Planetary Surface Missions
Carys Huntly, Dave Langstaff, Matt Gunn, Boris Laurent, Rachel Cross, Laurence Tyler, and Tom Knight
14:15–14:30
EPSC2018-1213
Utilisation Opportunities on the Lunar Orbital Platform - Gateway
James Carpenter and Jason Hatton
14:30–14:45
EPSC2018-1282
Towards a European Stratospheric Balloon Observatory – Planetary Science Applications
Philipp Maier, Jürgen Wolf, Thomas Keilig, Alfred Krabbe, René Duffard, Jose Luis Ortiz, Sabine Klinkner, Michael Lengowski, Thomas Müller, Christian Lockowandt, Christian Krokstedt, Norbert Kappelmann, Beate Stelzer, Klaus Werner, Stephan Geier, Christoph Kalkuhl, Thomas Rauch, Thomas Schanz, Jürgen Barnstedt, Lauro Conti, Lars Hanke, and Daniel Angerhausen
14:45–15:00
EPSC2018-236
Supporting M5 Science Missions to Small Bodies – An OHB Perspective
Alison Gibbings, Juergen Oberst, Colin Snodgrass, Neil Bowles, and Ian Franchi
15:00–15:15
EPSC2018-355
Venturing to Near-Earth Asteroid systems using Nuclear Electric Propulsion
Friedrich Damme, Jürgen Oberst, and Frank Jansen
15:15–15:30
EPSC2018-364
A Proposed Mission to Very Low Mars Orbit – Supported by an Electric Propulsion System
Kai Wickhusen, Jürgen Oberst, and Friedrich Damme
15:30–15:45
EPSC2018-370
Emirates Mars Mission (EMM) 2020 Overview
Omran Sharaf, Sarah Amiri, Suhail AlDhafri, Adnan AlRais, Mohammad Wali, Zakareyya AlShamsi, Ibrahim AlQasim, Khuloud AlHarmoodi, Nour AlTeneiji, Hessa Almatroushi, Mariam AlShamsi, Eman AlTeneiji, Fatma Lootah, Khalid Badri, Michael McGrath, Pete Withnell, Nicolas Ferrington, Heather Reed, Brett Landin, and Sean Ryan and the EMM Team