Wednesday, June 6

8:30am:NLSI: Yvonne Pendleton
8:45am:CCLDAS: Mihaly Horanyi

Presentation

Atmosphere

Session Chair:Y. Pendleton
9:00am:T. Morgan (Invited), Comparing the atmospheres of mercury and the earth’s moon

Abstract Presentation

9:40am:W. Farrell (Invited), Redistribution of lunar polar water to mid-latitudes and its role in forming an OH veneer – Revisited

Abstract Presentation

10:20am:A. Stern, Lunar atmospheric helium detections by the LAMP UV spectrograph on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

Abstract Presentation

10:40am:COFFEE

Plasma

11:10am:J. Halekas (Invited), ARTEMIS and the Moon’s Sphere of Influence

Abstract Presentation

11:50am:H. Funsten, Reflection of Solar Wind from the Lunar Surface

Abstract Presentation

12:10pm:A. Poppe, ARTEMIS observations of lunar pick-up ions in the terrestrial magnetotail lobes

Abstract Presentation

12:30pm:LUNCH

Session Chair:W. Farrell
2:00pm:M. Zimmerman, Lunar crater mini-wake morphology and object charging during a solar storm

Abstract Presentation

2:20pm:P. Chi, Narrowband Ion Cyclotron Waves at and near the Moon in the Earth’s Magnetotail and the Association with the Plasma Environment

Abstract Presentation

Dusty Plasma

2:40pm:I. Garrick-Bethell (Invited), Lunar swirls: Dust transport, solar wind deflection, and a low-cost mission to determine their origin

Abstract Presentation

3:20pm:H. Senshu, Photoelectric dust levitation around asteroids

Abstract Presentations

3:40pm:COFFEE

4:10pm:C. Hartzell, Dynamics of levitating dust on the Moon and asteroids

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4:30pm:J. Szalay, Modeling dust clouds on the moon

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4:50pm:L. Young, Lunar dust challenges to astronaut landing

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5:10pm:VISIT CCLDAS LAB

Thursday, June 7

Dust

Session Chair:T. Morgan
8:40am:E. Gruen (Invited), A new look on Apollo 17 LEAM data

Abstract Presentation

9:20am:S. Sasaki (Invited), Dust environment around Mercury: Measurements by Mercury Dust Monitor (MDM) on board MMO BepiColombo

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10:00am:D. Boice (Invited), The cometary dust environment

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10:40am:COFFEE

11:10pm:E. Asphaug (Invited), Basic Geophysics of Rubble Pile Asteroids

Abstract Presentation

11:50am:D. Scheeres (Invited), Scaling Forces to the Asteroid Surface: The role of cohesion

Abstracts Presentation

12:30pm:LUNCH

Session Chair:S. Sasaki
2:00am:A. Cheng (Invited), Active Particulate Surfaces on Asteroids and Comets

Abstract Presentation

2:40pm:T. Kehoe (Invited), Partial dust bands from very recent asteroid disruptions

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3:20pm:S. Kempf, The Lunar Dust Cloud

Abstract Presentation

3:40pm:COFFEE

Laboratory Experiments I

4:00pm:T. Munsat (Invited), Overview of recent science results from the CCLDAS dust accelerator

Abstract Presentation

4:40pm:R. Baragiola, Laboratory simulations of the interaction of solar wind and UV photons with lunar soil

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5:00pm:X. Wang, Laboratory investigations of the electrical environment and dust transport within craters on airless bodies

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5:20pm:A. Dove, Langmuir probe measurements of photoelectron plasmas above insulating surfaces

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5:40pm:Poster Session/Reception until 7:30pm

Poster Session

F. Cipriani, Charging simulations of regolith surfaces and dust grains using SPIS

Abstract

G. Dolnikov, The dust particles above Moon surface

Abstract

H. Fuqua, Electromagnetic Sounding sensor development for the geophysical investigation and exploration of planetary subsurface structure

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S. Pothapragada, Ions in the plume of Enceladus and the role of grain interactions

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A. Shu, Cratering Studies in Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF)

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E. Thomas, FPGA signal processing for real-time dust detection

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P. Northway, Hypervelocity dust beam focusing and steering: methods and results

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J. Xie, The Electrostatic Lunar Dust Analyzer (ELDA): data analysis

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H.-W. Hsu, Ballistic motion of dust particles in the Lunar Roving Vehicle dust trails

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T. Bradley, Investigation of the micrometeoroid environment at Mercury

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M. Piquette, Dust Transport in the Near-Surface Lunar Plasma Environment

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M. Narziev, Meteoroids Mass by Results of the Combined Radio-Television Observations

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Friday, June 8

Laboratory Experiments II

Session Chair:A. Stern
8:40am:A. Mocker, Application of a linear TOF mass spectrometer for the investigation of impact ionization

Abstract Presentation

9:00am:A. Collette, Temperature evolution and scaling in plasma generated by hypervelocity impact

Abstract Presentation

Instrumentation

9:20am:Z. Sternovsky (Invited), Modern dust instruments for the exploration of the Moon and small bodies

Abstract Presentation

10:00am:S. Robertson, An ion analyzer for the lunar surface with E parallel to B

Abstract Presentation

Other Systems

10:40am:N. Ozak, Electrons in the plume of Enceladus and the role of grain interactions

Abstract Presentation

11:50pm:DISCUSSION/PUBLICATION