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[P-PS01] Outer Solar System Exploration Today, and Tomorrow
convener:Jun Kimura(Osaka University), Kunio M. Sayanagi(Hampton University), Fuminori Tsuchiya(Planetary Plasma and Atmospheric Research Center, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University), Steven Douglas Vance(NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
The giant planets provide many keys to understanding planetary processes. They play an important role in shaping our solar system, and the physical and chemical processes they harbor also provide a unique opportunity to study the phenomena relevant for studying Earth and other planets, including exoplanetary systems. In this session, we discuss a wide range of topics encompassing the giant planets and their moons, including their origins, interiors, atmospheres, compositions, surface features, and electromagnetic fields. To advocate for current and future outer planets exploration (Juno, New Horizons, JUICE, Europa Clipper, Dragonfly and beyond), we also call for discussions on future missions to explore giant planet systems, including how to develop better international cooperation. Discussion in this latter category will include progress in developing a solar sail mission concept for observing the Jupiter system and its trojan asteroids.
*Go Murakami1, Fuminori Tsuchiya2, Ryoichi Koga2, Kazuo Yoshioka3, Masato Kagitani2, Tomoki Kimura4, Atsushi Yamazaki1, Yudai Suzuki3, Hajime Kita1, Masaki Kuwabara1, Reina Hikida3, Chihiro Tao5, Yasumasa Kasaba2, Ichiro Yoshikawa3 (1.Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, 2.Planetary Plasma and Atmospheric Research Center, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, 3.Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, 4.Frontier Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences, Tohoku University, 5.National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
*Steven Douglas Vance1, Robert T Pappalardo1, David A Senske1, Haje Korth2, Kate Craft2, Sam Howell1, Rachel L Klima2, Erin J Leonard1, Cynthia B Phillips1, Christina Richey1 (1.NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, 2.The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)
*Yasuhito Sekine1, Shunichi Kamata3, Shuya Tan1, Shintaro Azuma1, Ikuo Katayama6, Yoshifumi Saito2, Kazushi Asamura2, Keigo Enya2, Junichi Haruyama2, Yasumasa Kasaba4, YASUKO KASAI5, Ayako Matsuoka2 (1.Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2.JAXA, 3.Hokkaido University, 4.Tohoku University, 5.NICT, 6.Hiroshima University)
*Charity M Phillips-Lander1, Shannon MacKenzie2, Morgan Cable3, Jonathan Lunine4, Alfonso Davila5, Marc Neveu6, Kathleen Craft2, Jason Hofgartner3, Jennifer Eigenbrode6, Hunter Waite1, Chris McKay5, Chris Glein1, Enceladus Flagship Science Team (1.Southwest Research Institute, 2.John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 3.NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 4.Cornell University, 5.NASA Ames, 6.NASA Goddard)