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[P-PS02] Regolith Science
Tue. May 22, 2018 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall7, Makuhari Messe)
convener:Koji Wada(Planetary Exploration Research Center, Chiba Institute of Technology), Akiko Nakamura(Graduate School of Science, Kobe University), Patrick Michel(共同), Kevin John Walsh (Southwest Research Institute Boulder)
Recent planetary explorations have revealed that almost all solid bodies in the solar system are covered with small particles, called regolith. The surface geology, especially regolith behavior on the surfaces of solid bodies, becomes increasingly more important as represented by Hayabusa mission and other on-going and planned sample-return missions such as Hayabusa2 going to an asteroid Ryugu, OSIRIS-REx going to an asteroid Bennu and MMX planning to go to the martian satellites.
For fully understanding the regolith science, it is required to know and compare the regolith conditions on various celestial bodies, from asteroids to planets, with various methods.
Therefore, this session welcomes broad topics related to regolith on various celestial bodies, such as asteroids, comets, the Moon, the martian moons, Mars, etc. Papers on the formation, evolution, and alteration processes of regolith particles and regolith systems on the surface of planetary bodies, remote and in-situ observational results and techniques, analyses and results of returned samples, and laboratory, numerical, and theoretical studies on the fundamental physical and chemical processes are all welcome.
*Kazunori Ogawa1, Koji Wada2, Ko Ishibashi2, Hirotaka Sawada3, Masahiko Arakawa1, Rie Honda4, Naoya Sakatani5, Kei Shirai3, Onur Celik6, Nicola Baresi3, Ronald-Louis Ballouz3 (1.Kobe University, 2.Planetary Exploration Research Center, Chiba Institute of Technology, 3.Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 4.Kochi University, 5.Meiji University, 6.The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI))
*Stefan Ewoud Schroeder1, Ralf Jaumann1, Nicole Schmitz1, Alexander Koncz1, Harald Michaelis1, Frank Trauthan1, Harald Hoffmann1, Stefano Mottola1, Katharina Otto1, Seiji Sugita2 (1.DLR, 2.Univ. of Tokyo)
*Yota Ishigaki1,2, Ronald Louis Ballouz1, Masaki Fujimoto1, Kent Yoshikawa1, Hirotaka Sawada1, Hiroki Kato1, Masatsugu Otsuki1, Junji Kikuchi1 (1.Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, 2.University of Tokyo)
*Hiroki Senshu1, Naoya Sakatani2, yokota yasuhiro3,4, Tomokatsu Morota5 (1.Planetary Exploration Research Center, Chiba Institute of Technology, 2.Department of Physics, Meiji University, 3.Kochi University, 4.ISAS, JAXA, 5.Graduate school of Environment Studies, Nagoya University)
*Yuri Shimaki1, Koji Wada2, Kei Shirai1, Masahiko Arakawa3, Toshihiko Kadono4, Ko Ishibashi2, Hiroshi Kimura2, Yasuhiko Takagi5, Naru Hirata6, Masahiko Hayakawa1, Tomokatsu Morota7, Eri Tatsumi8, Masanori Kanamaru9, Naoya Sakatani10, Shingo Kameda11, Seiji Sugita8, Tatsuhiro Michikami12, Satoshi Tanaka1, Akira Miura1, Tomohiro Yamaguchi1, Manabu Yamada2, Rie Honda13, Yasuhiro Yokota1, Tomoki Nakamura14, Hirotaka Sawada1, Kazunori Ogawa3, Takanao Saiki1, Yukio Yamamoto1, Hiroki Senshu2, Takaaki Noguchi15, Sei-ichiro Watanabe7 (1.Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 2.Planetary Exploration Research Center, Chiba Institute of Technology, 3.Kobe University, 4.UOEH, 5.Aichi Toho University, 6.The University of Aizu, 7.Nagoya University, 8.The University of Tokyo, 9.Osaka University, 10.Meiji University, 11.Rikkyo University, 12.Kinki University, 13.Kochi University, 14.Tohoku University, 15.Kyushu University)