Wednesday, Sep 12

08:00 – end

TU Main Building, Room H 2035

Registration

08:30 – 08:50 a.m.

TU Main Building, Room H 2053

Welcome and Information

Novel instruments for sample return and lander missions

TU Main Building, Room H 2053

Chairs: Oberst; Lakew

08:50 – 10:15 a.m.

  • D. Schurr (keynote)
    NASA’s new lunar program, Planetary SmallSats, and instrument technology investments
  • M. Grande (keynote)
    The Planetary Exploration Horizon: Visions for 2050 - 2061
  • D. Blake et al.
    MapX: A Full-Field X-ray Fluorescence Imager for Landed Planetary Science
  • B. Avenson, D. N. DellaGiustina, S. H Bailey, Veronica Bray and the SIIOS team
    The Seismometer to Investigate Ice and Ocean Structure
  • S.-w. Chiow and N. Yu
    Atomic sensors for planetary gravity and seismic measurements

Coffee Break

10:35 – 12:20 a.m.

  • J.E. Bleacher, K. Gendreau, Z. Arzoumanian, K.E. Young and A. McAdam
    Basic Science Instruments as Dual Function Human Exploration Tools: An XRD/XRF Strategy
  • B. A. Cohen and Y. Cho
    Continued development of the Potassium-Argon Laser Experiment (KArLE) for in situ geochronology
  • W. Smith
    Low Risk Technique for Sample Acquisition from Remote and Hazardous Sites on a Comet
  • K. Zacny, S. Indyk et al.
    Application of pneumatics to drilling, excavation, sample acquisition and transfer on planetary missions
  • K. Rammelkamp et al.
    LIBS and Raman Spectroscopy for Planetary in-situ Exploration
  • S. Kameda et al. (invited)
    Martian Moons eXploration (MMX): its science and instruments
  • L. Bleacher, B. Lakew, T. Brown, R. Rivera and J. Bracken
    NASA Goddard ’s Planetary Science Winter School: Training Early Career Planetary Scientists in Flight Instrument Design

 

Lunch Break

 

Instruments on past, ongoing and upcoming missions- lessons learned

TU Main Building, Room H 2053

Chairs: Coustenis; Getty

13:50 – 15:25 p.m.

  • P. Mahaffy (keynote)
    Six years of geochemical measurements in an ancient martian lakebed with the Curiosity rover in Gale crater
  • J.F. Bell III and the Mars 2020 Payload Investigator teams (invited)
    NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Instrument Investigations: Enabling Exploration and Sample Return from Ancient Mars
  • L. W. Beegle et al.
    SHERLOC on Mars 2020
  • A. Shakun et al.
    Fourier-spectrometer FAST for ExoMars 2020 surface platform
  • S.-E. Hamran et al.
    Field Testing the RIMFAX GPR on the Mars 2020 Rover Mission
  • R. Stabbins, A. Griffiths, M. Gunn, A. Coates and the PanCam Science team
    Spectral Imaging System Simulation: Preparations for the ExoMars 2020 Rover PanCam Wide Angle Cameras

 

Coffee Break

 

15:50 – 16:55 p.m.

  • E. H. Maize (invited)
    Cassini Lessons Learned
  • E.P. Turtle, R.S. Miller et al. (invited)
    Instruments for Dragonfly, a Rotorcraft Lander Concept for In Situ Exploration of Titan's Organic Chemistry and Habitability
  • D. P. Glavin et al.
    The CAESAR New Frontiers Mission: Comet Surface Sample Acquisition and Preservation
  • S. Kameda et al.
    Cameras (TENGOO and OROCHI) for Martian Moons Exploration (MMX)