Thursday, Sep 13

Instruments for Orbiters, Flybys and descent probes Missions

TU Main Building, Room H 2053

Chairs: Turtle; Lakew

08:30 – 10:05 a.m.

  • H. Rauer and the PLATO team (keynote)
    Plato Instrumentation and Mission Status
  • J. B. Abshire et al.
    MARLI: MARs LIdar for global wind and aerosol profiles from orbit
  • L. K. Tamppari, N. J. Livesey et al.
    A Sub-millimeter sounder for vertically measuring Mars winds, water vapor, and temperature
  • F. Luedicke et al.
    A proposed next-generation Laser for Polar Altimetry on Mars (LaPAlMa)
  • A. Börner, P. Irmisch, I. Ernst and D. Baumbach
    Cameras for navigation and 3D modelling on planetary exploration missions
  • G. Brydon and G.H. Jones
    Rotational push-broom Imaging from a Planetary Penetrator

 

Coffee Break

 

10:30 – 12:00 a.m.

  • G. Chin et al.
    Picture this SELFI: A Maturation Project for a Submillimeter Enceladus Life Fundamentals Instrument (SELFI)
  • L. E. Heffern et al.
    Pulsed Neutron Experiments with SINGR (SIngle-scintillator Neutron & Gamma-Ray spectrometer)
  • J. Simcic, C. Lee and D. Nikolic
    Piezoelectric valve for atmospheric descent sampling
  • C. L. Smith et al.
    MAPLE: Mars Atmospheric Panoramic camera and Laser Experiment
  • A. Soibel, A. G. Davies, D. Ting, W. Johnson, M. Blackwell and P. Hayne
    Non-saturating, simultaneous multiband, infrared imager
  • R. C. Ghail and the EnVision team (invited)
    VenSAR on EnVision

 

Lunch Break

 

Bepi Colombo mission special session: Science objectives and instruments status

TU Main Building, Room H 2053

Chairs: Michaelis; Oberst

13:30 – 15:10 p.m.

  • M. Di Benedetto, L. Iess and S. Ciarcia (keynote)
    MORE – Mercury Orbiter Radio science Experiment
  • J. Benkhoff, E. Montagnon and J. Zender (keynote)
    Unveiling Mercury's Mysteries with BepiColombo
  • G. Cremonese and the SIMBIO-SYS team (invited)
    The SIMBIO-SYS Imaging System on board the BepiColombo Mission
  • N. Thomas and H. Hussmann (invited)
    The BepiColombo Laser Altimeter (BELA)
  • J. Helbert, H. Hiesinger, A. Maturilli, M. D’Amore, I. Walter and G. Peter (invited)
    MERTIS – MErcury Radiometer and Thermal infrared Imaging Spectrometer
  • J.-Y. Chaufray, E. Quémerais and PHEBUS team (invited)
    PHEBUS – Probing of Hermean Exosphere by UV Spectroscopy

 

Coffee Break

 

15:30 – 17:25 p.m.

  • J. Huovelin and M. Grande (keynote)
    Solar Intensity X-ray and particle Spectrometer (SIXS)
  • A. Martindale (keynote)
    The Mercury Imaging X-ray Spectrometer
  • M. Wieser and S. Barabash (invited)
    The Miniature Ion Precipitation Analyzer (MIPA)
  • S. Orsini, E. De Angelis et al. (keynote)
    The SERENA experiment: four particle sensors for Mercury environment dynamics understanding (ELENA, STROFIO, PICAM, MIPA)
  • I. Mitrofanov (invited)
    BeepiColombo - MGNS - Mercury Gamma-Ray and Neutron Spectrometer
  • D. Heyner (invited)
    Bepi Colombo – MPO-MAG
  • N. André et al. (invited)
    The Mercury Electron Analyzers onboard the Bepi Colombo Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter

 

 

Poster Session

TU Main Building, Gallery 2nd floor Atrium (Lichthof)

17:45 – 19:45 p.m.

  • J. A. Mezilis and Z. Deksit (poster)
    Coordinated Multimedia Efforts on Mars 2020
  • M. E. Castillo et al. (poster)
    Field Studies of the Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer (LITMS) Instrument for Future Life-Detection Planetary Missions
  • I. Kanik, M. Menlyadiev, V. Abrahamsson, B. Henderson, and Fang Zhong (poster)
    Extraction of Organics using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide for in Situ Planetary Exploration
  • S. R. N. McIntyre (poster)
    Multi-Parameter Approach to Habitability (M-PAtH)
  • F. H. W. van Amerom et al. (keynote)
    LITMS planetary mass spectrometer overview
  • A. De la Cruz et al. (poster)
    Experimental Rotor Induced Collision Cell (RICC) for studying hypervelocity impact fragmentation of neutral molecules sampled by a flyby/orbiter closed-source neutral mass spectrometer (CN-MS)
  • E. Sittler et al.
    Tandem Ion Mass Spectrometer for Planetary Missions
  • J. F. Bell III and the Mars 2020 Payload Investigator teams (poster)
    MAZE: A Testbed Unit for the Mars 2020 Mastcam-Z Stereoscopic Multispectral Investigation
  • R. Bhartia et al. (poster)
    Biosignature detection on icy worlds though Deep UV resonance Raman and Fluorescence Spectroscopy: SHERLOC-E
  • S. Dibb, J.F. Bell III, L.T. Elkins-Tanton, D. A. Williams, R. P. Binzel and the Psyche mission team (poster)
    Optimized Narrowband Visible to Near-Infrared Filters for the Psyche Multispectral Imager
  • D. A. Kaplan et al. (poster)
    Development and Performance Verification of a Robust MSMS Routine for the Mars Organic Molecule Analyzer (MOMA) Mass Spectrometer
  • A. Pontoni et al. (poster)
    The Jovian Neutrals Analyzer for observation of Energetic Neutral Atoms onboard JUICE/PEP
  • N. André et al. (poster)
    Secondary electron generation from conversion surfaces
  • E. L. Gustafson et al. (poster)
    A Printed Circuit Board Analyzer for Characterizing the Charge and Mass of Martian Dust
  • C. E Huntly et al. (poster)
    Proposed Hyperspectral Imager for Planetary Surface Missions
  • J. McCauley, A.L Butterworth and R.A. Mathies (poster)
    Developing a 3D Printed Fluidic Manifold for Support of a Chemical Analysis System for Space Flight Applications
  • S. Romaine et al. (poster)
    Developing Miniature Wolter-I X-ray Optics for Planetary Science
  • B. Turner, E. Sevy and D. Austin (poster)
    A Microchannel Thermalization Inlet to Eliminate Impact-Induced Molecular Fragmentation in Closed-Source Mass Spectrometers
  • M. Sandford et al. (poster)
    Proving the Capability of Remote Raman Spectroscopy In-strumentation for Planetary Missions Through the Detection of Various Molecules with Astro-biological Significance at 120 meters
  • C.J. Cochrane et al. (poster)
    Gas and Ice Spectrometer Radar (GAISR) for Investigation of Planetary Plumes and Cometary Jets
  • C.J. Cochrane, H. Kraus, N. Murphy, C. Raymond, P. Neudeck and D. Spry (poster)
    Miniaturized Solid-State Magnetometer using Electrical Readout of Quantum Centers in Silicon Carbide
  • B. Bergmann, T. Brandt et al.
    MW Class Nuclear Spacecraft: Real Time Natural and Artificial Radiation Detection on INPPS Flagship