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[P-PS07] Solar System Small Bodies: Explorations of Ryugu, Bennu, and the Solar System at Large
convener:Taishi Nakamoto(Tokyo Institute of Technology), Tatsuaki Okada(Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), Dante S Lauretta(University of Arizona), Masateru Ishiguro(Department of Physics and Astronomy, Seoul National University)
Small Solar System bodies, including asteroids, comets, satellites, and inter-planetary dust particles, are interesting and provide lots of information on the origin and evolution of our Solar System. They can be remotely sensed by telescopes, be visited by spacecraft and studied at high resolution in a variety of wavelengths from IR to visible, UV, X-rays, and gamma rays, and even with neutrons. In addition, recently spacecrafts have been sent to return samples. In this session, all the contributions on the small solar system bodies are welcome. But this year, we especially welcome contributions on recent advances on the study of Ryugu and Bennu whether obtained by rendezvous spacecraft, remote sensing, or other methods.
[PPS07-02] Surface evolution of carbonaceous asteroid Ryugu revealed from touchdown operation of Hayabusa2
*Tomokatsu Morota1, Seiji Sugita1, Yuichiro Cho1, Masanori Kanamaru2, ERI TATSUMI3, Naoya Sakatani4, Rie Honda5, Naoyuki Hirata6, Hiroshi Kikuchi4, Manabu Yamada7, yokota yasuhiro4, Shingo Kameda8, Moe Matsuoka4, Hirotaka Sawada4, Chikatoshi Honda9, Toru Kouyama10, Kazunori Ogawa4, Hidehiko Suzuki11, Kazuo Yoshioka1, Masahiko Hayakawa4, Naru Hirata9, Masatoshi Hirabayashi12, Hideaki Miyamoto1, Tatsuhiro Michikami13, Takahiro Hiroi14, Carolyn M. Ernst15, Olivier S. Barnouin15, Sei-ichiro WATANABE16 (1.The University of Tokyo, 2.Osaka University, 3.Universidad de La Laguna, 4.JAXA, 5.Kochi University, 6.Kobe University, 7.Chiba Institute of Technology, 8.Rikkyo University, 9.The University of Aizu, 10.AIST, 11.Meiji University, 12.Auburn University, 13.Kindai University, 14.Brown University, 15.APL/JHU, 16.Nagoya University)
*Koki Yumoto1, Yuichiro Cho1, Tomokatsu Morota1, Eri Tatsumi1,10, Yokota Yasuhiro2,3, Naoya Sakatani2, Kazuo Yoshioka1, Hirotaka Sawada2, Rie Honda3, Shingo Kameda4, Manabu Yamada5, Chikatoshi Honda6, Toru Kouyama7, Moe Matsuoka2, Hidehiko Suzuki8, Kazunori Ogawa9,11, Masahiko Hayakawa2, Hideaki Miyamoto1, Chiho Sugimoto1, Seiji Sugita1 (1.Univ. of Tokyo, 2.JAXA, 3.Kochi Univ., 4.Rikkyo Univ., 5.PERC, Chiba Institute of Technology, 6.Univ. of Aizu, 7.AIST, 8.Meiji Univ., 9.JSEC, JAXA, 10.Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, 11.Kobe Univ.)
*Yuri Fujioka1, Tomoki Nakamura1, Kana Amano1, Shiho Kobayashi1, Aki Takigawa2 (1.Department of Earth Science, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, 2.Division of Earth and Planetary Science, Kyoto University)