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

Poster 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

Display time: Wednesday, 19 September 2018 08:00–20:00
Attendance Time: Wednesday, 19 September 2018, 16:15–18:00
Poster area
Chairperson: Kim Reh, Olivier Mousis, Anil Bardwaj, Frank Jansen
P51
EPSC2018-55
Advanced pointing imaging camera (APIC) concept
Ryan Park and Ed Riedel

P52
EPSC2018-65
SPRITE (Saturn PRobe Interior and aTmosphere Explorer): A Saturn Entry Probe Mission Concept
David H. Atkinson, Amy Simon, Don Banfield, Sushil Atreya, Jordana Blacksberg, Will Brinckerhoff, Anthony Colaprete, Athena Coustenis, Leigh Fletcher, Tristan Guillot, Mark Hofstadter, Jonathan Lunine, Paul Mahaffy, Mark Marley, Olivier Mousis, Thomas Spilker, Melissa Trainer, and Chris Webster

P53
EPSC2018-70
Mars Energetic Particles Analyzer onboard the Orbiter of China’s First Mars Exploration
Qiang Fu, Hongbo Zhang, Yi Wang, Zhoubin Zhang, and Xin Ren

P54
EPSC2018-73
The Hera Saturn Entry Probe Mission Concept
David H. Atkinson, Olivier Mousis, Thomas R. Spilker, Ethiraj Venkatapathy, Athena Coustenis, Mark Hofstadter, Jean-Pierre Lebreton, Kim Reh, and Amy A. Simon

P55
EPSC2018-74
A Joint NASA/ESA Mission Concept for In Situ Probe Explorations of the Ice Giants
David H. Atkinson, Olivier Mousis, Thomas R. Spilker, Athena Coustenis, Mark Hofstadter, Jean-Pierre Lebreton, Kim Reh, and Amy A. Simon

P56
EPSC2018-206
MetNet Mission for Mars – Current Status and Future Prospects
Ari-Matti Harri, Sergey Aleksashkin, Ignacio Arruego, Walter Schmidt, Maria Genzer, Luis Vazquez, and Harri Haukka

P57
EPSC2018-279
Analysis and Design for Parachute Deceleration and Landing Process on Mars
Jinjin Bao

P58
EPSC2018-293
Loss of potassium during the Moons history
Helmut Lammer, Audrey Vorburger, Manuel Scherf, Markus Benedikt, Peter Wurz, Rumi Nakamura, Iannis Dandouras, Masatoshi Yamauchi, Anna Millilo, and André Galli

P59 EPSC2018-326
Research on the asteroid landing and adhesion mechanism (withdrawn)
Rui Feng

P60
EPSC2018-338
Proposed mission to Mars and his Trojan Asteroid Family – An Update Report
Kai Wickhusen, Jürgen Oberst, and Konrad Willner

P61
EPSC2018-453
Lunar Active Experiment (LAX) for Lunar Water Investigations
Yoshifumi Futaana, Stas Barabash, Mats Holmström, Gabriella S. Wieser, Xiao-Dong Wang, Martin Wieser, Masatoshi Yamauchi, Moa Persson, Angele Pontoni, and Philipp Wittmann

P62
EPSC2018-510
PRIDE: Near-field VLBI observations for Planetary Probes
Vidhya Pallichadath, T. M. Bocanegra- Bahamón, Giuseppe Cimò, Dominic Dirkx, Dmitry. A Duev, Leonid.I Gurvits, Valery Lainey, G. Molera Calvés, and L.L.A (Bert) Vermeersen

P63
EPSC2018-578
The Science Process for Selecting the Landing Site for the 2020 Mars Rover
John Grant, Matthew Golombek, Sharon Wilson, Kenneth Farley, Ken Williford, and Al Chen

P64
EPSC2018-809
Mapping Trojan Asteroids in the thermal infrared with TROTIS
Jörn Helbert, Alessandro Maturilli, Mario D'Amore, Matthias Grott, Joerg Knollenberg, Gabriele Arnold, Indhu Varatharajan, Ernesto Palomba, Tatsuaki Okada, Pierre Vernazza, Andrew Rivkin, Thomas Müller, Anko Börner, and Ingo Walter

P65
EPSC2018-945
Observing Solar System Bodies with Twinkle
Billy Edwards, Giorgio Savini, Giovanna Tinetti, Neil Bowles, and Sean Lindsay

P66
EPSC2018-1006
Scientific payload of the Emirates Mars Mission: Emirates mars ultraviolet spectrometer (EMUS) overview
Fatma Lootah, Hessa Almatroushi, Greg Holsclaw, Justin Deighan, Michael Chaffin, Robert Lillis, Matthew Fillingim, Scott England, Suhail AlMheiri, and Heather Reed

P67
EPSC2018-1007
Scientific Payload of the Emirates Mars Mission: Emirates Mars Infrared Spectrometer (EMIRS)
Khalid Badri, Eman AlTunaiji, Christopher Edwards, Michael Smith, Suhail AlDhafri, and Heather Reed

P68
EPSC2018-1032
Scientific payload of the Emirates Mars Mission: Emirates Exploration Imager (EXI)
Mariam AlShamsi, Michael Wolff, Mohammed Khoory, Ginger Drake, Andrew Jones, Suhail AlMheiri, and Heather Reed

P69
EPSC2018-1033
Impedance measurements for RIME dipole aboard JUICE
Ronny Hahnel, Dirk Plettemeier, Reinhard Birmuske, Adrian Hauser, and Lorenzo Bruzzone

P70 EPSC2018-1065
The MASTER imaging spectrometer for the JAXA/Okeanos mission (withdrawn)
Ernesto Palomba, Andrea Longobardo, Fabrizio Dirri, Giuseppe Piccioni, Fabrizio Capaccioni, Ted Roush, Edward Cloutis, Tatsuaki Okada, Takahiro Iwata, Kohei Kitazato, Ryosuke Nakamura, Massimo Zambelli, Bortolino Saggin, Joern Helbert, and Nicole Schmitz

P71
EPSC2018-1131
Ultrasounds for regolith and dust particles manipulation
Iciar Gonzalez

P72
EPSC2018-1151
Research ideas in solar-system, lunar, and earth-sciences with Deep Space Gateway
Rumi Nakamura, Ian Crawford, and James Carpenter

P73
EPSC2018-1169
Design of the calibration bench for the characterization of MAJIS/JUICE VIS-NIR detectors
Miriam Estefanía Cisneros González, David Bolsée, Nuno Pereira, Ann Carine Vandaele, Özgür Karatekin, Boris Giordanengo, Samuel Gissot, Yves Langevin, François Poulet, Cydalise Dumesnil, Claudia Ruiz de Galarreta Fanjul, Benoît Lecomte, Antoine Arondel, John Carter, Guiseppe Piccioni, and Gianrico Filacchione

P74
EPSC2018-1156
Cuve - Cubesat UV Experiment
Valeria Cottini, Shahid Aslam, Nicolas Gorius, Tilak Hewagama, Nikolay Ignatiev, Giuseppe Piccioni, and Emiliano D'Aversa