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

Oral programme SB4

SB4

Asteroids and parent bodies of meteorites: Observations, experiments, models
Convener: Wladimir Neumann  | Co-conveners: Marco Ferrari , Sabrina Schwinger , Eleonora Ammannito , Ottaviano Ruesch 
Oral programme
 / Tue, 18 Sep, 10:45–12:25  / 14:00–17:55  / Room Saturn
 / Fri, 21 Sep, 14:00–15:45  / Room Neptune
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 Saturn
Chairperson: Wladimir Neumann, Sabrina Schwinger, Marco Ferrari
10:45–11:05
EPSC2018-1205
The chronology of formation of solids and meteorite parent bodies in the early solar system (solicited talk)
Mario Trieloff
11:05–11:25
EPSC2018-325
Asteroids observations from the ground and space: implications for our understanding of the Main Belt and of asteroid families (solicited talk)
Marco Delbo
11:25–11:40
EPSC2018-741
Extended photometric survey of Near-Earth Objects
Simone Ieva, Elisabetta Dotto, Elena Mazzotta Epifani, Davide Perna, Alessandro Rossi, Andrea Di Paola, Alessio Giunta, Marco Micheli, Ettore Perozzi, Roberto Speziali, Monica Lazzarin, Ivano Bertini, Paolo Ochner, Vasiliki Petropoulou, Daniela Lazzaro, Plicida Arcoverde, Hissa Medeiros, and Filipe Monteiro
11:40–11:55
EPSC2018-670
Dreams came true – the first results from inversion of Gaia DR2 asteroid photometry
Josef Durech and Josef Hanus
11:55–12:10
EPSC2018-953
Astrometry and photometry of TNOs and asteroids using Gaia DR2
Rene Duffard, Pablo Santos-Sanz, Nicolas Morales, and Jose Luis Ortiz
12:10–12:25
EPSC2018-210
Using Gaia DR2 Asteroid Data: Recommendations and Example Applications
Paolo Tanga and Federica Spoto
Lunch break
14:00–14:10
EPSC2018-202
Ground Observation of asteroids at mission ETA through JPL Horizons and SPICE
Flora Paganelli, Albert R. Conrad, and Marc Costa Sitjà
14:10–14:20
EPSC2018-591
Unique Multi-Tailed Active Asteroid 311P/(2013 P5) Panstarrs
David Jewitt, Harold Weaver, Max Mutchler, Jing Li, Jessica Agarwal, and Stephen Larson
14:20–14:30
EPSC2018-1084
Asteroid Phase Curves Seen by Pan-STARRS 1
Michele Bannister, Alan Fitzsimmons, and David Young
14:30–14:40
EPSC2018-671
Binary main-belt comet 288P
Jessica Agarwal, David Jewitt, Max Mutchler, Harold Weaver, and Stephen Larson
14:40–14:50
EPSC2018-770
The NEOSHIELD-2 project: results from the spectroscopic survey of small NEOs
Sonia Fornasier, Davide Perna, Maria Antonietta Barucci, Marcel Popescu, Alain Doressoundiram, Frederic Merlin, Marcello Fulchignoni, and Cateline Lantz
14:50–15:00
EPSC2018-118
Earth's missing coorbitals
Apostolos Christou, Aldo dell'Oro, Galin Borisov, Stefano Bagnulo, and Alberto Cellino
15:00–15:10
EPSC2018-1072
The case for depth-dependent thermal properties of asteroids: evidence from Earth-based observations
Line Drube and Alan Harris
15:10–15:20
EPSC2018-807
Search for possible differences in dynamical and physical properties of L4 an L5 Jupiter Trojans
Ivan Slyusarev, Daniella Glezina, and Irina Belskaya
15:20–15:30
EPSC2018-1157
Retrograde 1:1 mean motion resonance: a perturbative treatment
Vladislav Sidorenko
15:30–15:40
EPSC2018-504
Unusual properties of asteroid (3200) Phaethon from polarimetric observations and modeling
Nikolai Kiselev, Viktor Afanasiev, Dmitry Petrov, and Vera Rosenbush
Coffee break
16:15–16:25
EPSC2018-91
The Brazil nut effect under reduced gravity
Ingo von Borstel, Fabian Helms, Hiroaki Katsuragi, and Jürgen Blum
16:25–16:35
EPSC2018-877
Cooling rates of chondrules from diffusion profiles in relict olivine grains
Shannon Stockdale, Ian Franchi, Dan Morgan, Mahesh Anand, and Monica Grady
16:35–16:55
EPSC2018-611
Multi-phase melt percolation during core formation (solicited talk)
Marc Hesse
16:55–17:05
EPSC2018-130
Magma ascent in planetesimals: control by grain size
Tim Lichtenberg, Tobias Keller, Richard Katz, Gregor Golabek, and Taras Gerya
17:05–17:25
EPSC2018-108
Understanding iron meteorites and early Solar System metallic cores of asteroid parent bodies (solicited talk)
Nancy Chabot
17:25–17:35
EPSC2018-1173
A Framework for Spectral Reflectance Analysis of Carbonaceous Chondrite Meteorites (and Asteroids)
Edward A. Cloutis
17:35–17:45 EPSC2018-1043
Meteorite 4.5Gyr halite crystals likely to originate from Comets (withdrawn)
Max Wallis and Chandra Wisckramasinghe
17:45–17:55
EPSC2018-259
A Comprehensive Model for Activation of Main Belt Comets
Nader Haghighipour and Thomas Maindl

Friday, 21 September 2018
Room Neptune
Chairperson: Wladimir Neumann, Sabrina Schwinger, Marco Ferrari
14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-498
μ-IR + SEM/EDS combined technique for Carbonaceous Chondrite meteorites characterization as possible analogues of Hayabusa2 and Osiris-REx asteroid targets
Fabrizio Dirri, Marco Ferrari, Ernesto Palomba, Stefania Stefani, Andrea Longobardo, and Alessandra Rotundi
14:15–14:35
EPSC2018-662
The interior of Enceladus one year after Cassini (solicited talk)
Gael Choblet, Gabriel Tobie, Ondrej Cadek, Christophe Sotin, Mathieu Bouffard, Frank Postberg, Mathilde Kervazo, Marie Behounkova, and Ondrej Soucek
14:35–14:50
EPSC2018-131
Evaluating the extent of aqueous alteration among the fine-grained micrometeorite flux
Martin D Suttle, Luigi Folco, Matt Genge, and Sara Russell
14:50–15:05
EPSC2018-1012
Fifteen years of Antarctic micrometeorite research by the Italian Programma Nazionale delle Ricerche in Antartide
Luigi Folco
15:05–15:20
EPSC2018-620
European component of the AIDA mission: science investigation of a binary system
Patrick Michel, Michael Küppers, Jens Biele, Adriano Campo Bagatin, Benoît Carry, Sébastien Charnoz, Alan Fitzsimmons, Simon Green, Alain Hérique, Martin Jutzi, Ozgur Karatekin, Julia de Leon, Naomi Murdoch, Petr Pravec, Holger Sierks, Paolo Tortora, Kleomenis Tsiganis, Jean-Baptiste Vincent, Kai Wünnemmann, and Ian Carnelli
15:20–15:35
EPSC2018-930
The meteorite flux of the last 2 Myr recorded in Atacama
Alexis Drouard, Jérôme Gattacceca, Aurore Hutzler, Pierre Rochette, Régis Braucher, Didier Bourlés, Aster Team, Matthieu Gounelle, Alessandro Morbidelli, Vinciane Debaille, and Millarca Valenzuela
15:35–15:45
Questions & discussions