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PROGRAM

Final Update: 16 March 2011

Abstracts [11-0XX] and Presentations [P] may de downloaded from the next pages of the Program.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Mon, 14 March

Tue, 15 March

Wed, 16 March

Morning

 

8 am – 12 pm
Science Session

8:15 am
Keynote Address
Dr William K. Hartmann

8 am – 12 pm
Human Exploration Session

Lunch

   

12:15 pm
Poster Session

Afternoon

1 pm
Registration

2:30 pm
“Small Worlds & Beyond” Space Art Exhibition Inauguration

3:30 pm
Welcome Reception

4:30 pm
Adjourn

1:30 pm – 4 pm
Robotic Reconnaissance Session

4 pm
Mars Institute “Asaph Hall”
Best Student Paper Award

4:15 pm
Keynote Address
Dr Seiji Sugita

4:45 pm
Adjourn

1 pm
Keynote Address Dr Tom Jones

1:30 pm – 2:15 pm
Synthesis Session

2:30 pm
Meeting Adjourns

Evening

 

Dinner in Mountain View
(No Host)

 

Monday, 14 March 2011

REGISTRATION

1:00 pm Main Ballroom

1:00 pm

ON-SITE REGISTRATION BEGINS

2:30 pm

“SMALL WORLDS AND BEYOND” SPACE ART EXHIBITION INAUGURAL
Chairs: W. K. Hartmann, J. Jones, and W. Myers

3:30 pm

WELCOME RECEPTION

4:30 pm

ADJOURN FOR THE DAY

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

SCIENCE SESSION

8:00 am Main Ballroom

Chairs:

P. C. Thomas
P. Rosenblatt

8:00 am

WELCOME AND LOGISTICS – CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES
B. Jaroux and P. Lee

8:15 am

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dr William K. Hartmann * [INVITED]
Phobos, Deimos, and the First 600 Million Years [P]

8:45 am

Rosenblatt, P.* Andert, T. P. Patzold, M. Dehant, V. Hausler, B.
Tyler, G. L. Le Maistre, S. Marty, J. C. [INVITED]
On the Interior Structure and Origin of the Martian Moons [11-009]

9:00 am

Rambaux, N. Le Maistre, S. Rosenblatt, P. Castillo-Rogez, J.C.*
Rotational Motion of Phobos [11-022]

9:15 am

Castillo-Rogez, J.C.* Rosenblatt, P. Rambaux, N. Le Maistre, S.
Attenuation Properties of Phobos as a Discriminant of its Origin and Internal Structure [11-002]

9:30 am

Andert, T. P.* Rosenblatt, P. Patzold, M. Hausler, B. Tyler, G. L.
The Internal Structure of Phobos and Hints to its Origin Derived from Mars Express Radio Science Observations [11-015]

9:45 am

Rosenblatt, P. Charnoz, S.*
On the Formation of the Martian Moons from Gravitational Instabilities Within a Circum-Mars Accretion Disk [11-008]

10:00 am

BREAK

10:15 am

Giuranna, M. Roush, T. * Duxbury, T. Hogan, R. Geminale, A. Formissano, V. Carli, C.
Thermal Infrared Spectra of Phobos from PFS/MEX and TES/MGS: Compositional Implications [11-021] [P]

10:30 am

Willner, K. Wahlisch, M. Oberst, J. Scholten, F. Schmidt, V. Hoffmann, H. Roatsch, T. Matz, K.-D. (Presented by Shi, X.) *
An Updated Phobos DTM and Map for Mission Support Based on HRSC Image Data
[11-013][P]

10:45 am

Shi, X.* Willner, K. Oberst, J.
Working Models for the Gravity Field and Dynamical Environment of Phobos
[11-005] [P]

11:00 am

Bellerose, J.* Lee, P. Thomas, P. C.
Investigation of Surface Dynamics on Phobos and Deimos [11-029] [P]

11:15 am

Thomas, P. C.*
The Martian Satellites’ Place in the Small Object Zoo [11-026] [P]

11:30 am

PLENARY DISCUSSION

12:00 pm

LUNCH

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

ROBOTIC RECONNAISSANCE SESSION

1:30 pm Main Ballroom

Chairs:

A. Zakharov
S. Sugita

1:30 pm

Zelenyi, L. Galimov, E. Khartov, V. Zakharov, A.* [INVITED]
Phobos Sample Return Mission and Samples Analysis in Terrestrial Labs [11-016] [P]

2:00 pm

Fleischer, I.* Klingelhofer, G. Rodionov, D. S. Evlanov, E. N. Blumers, M. Bernhardt, B. Girones Lopez, J. Maul, J. Prilutskii, O. F. Shlyk, A. F. Linkin, V. M. d’Uston, C.
The Miniaturized Mossbauer Spectrometer MIMOS II on the Phobos-Grunt Mission
[11-012] [P]

2:15 pm

Ping, J.S. Qian, Z. H. Hong, X. Y. Jian, N. C. Sun, J. Fung, L. W. Shi, X. Zheng, W. M. Liu, Q. H.
To Improve the Orbit and Rotation Parameters of Phobos by Same-Beam Open-
Loop Tracking of Joint YH-1 and FGSC Mission [11-004]

2:30 pm

BREAK

2:45 pm

Singer, S. F.
General Relativity Lense-Thirring Effect – Measured with Phobos and Deimos
[11-030]

3:00 pm

Oberst, J. Lainey, V. Le Poncin-Lafitte, C. Dehant, V. Rosenblatt, P.* Ulamec, S. Biele, J. Hoffmann, H. Willner, K. Schreiber, U. Rambaux, N. Laurent, P. Zakharov, A. Foulon, B. Gurvits, L. Murchie, S. Reed, C. Turyshev, S. G. GETEMME Team
GETEMME: A Mission to Explore the Martian Satellites and the Fundamentals of Solar System Physics [11-007]

3:15 pm

Rivkin, A. S.* Chabot, N. L. Murchie, S. L. Eng, D. Guo, Y. Arvidson, R. E. Trebi-Ollennu, A. Seelos, F. P.
MERLIN: Mars-Moon Exploration, Reconnaissance and Landed Investigation [11-014] [P]

3:30 pm

PLENARY DISCUSSION

4:00 pm

Mars Institute “Asaph Hall” Best Student Paper Award Ceremony
Awarded to Xian Shi (Graduate Student, Technical University Berlin).

4:15 pm

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dr Seiji Sugita * (On Behalf of M. Yoshikawa & H. Yano, JAXA) [INVITED] Professor, Department of Complexity Science & Engineering, University of Tokyo
The Next Sample Return Mission of Japan: Hayabusa-2 [P]

4:45 pm

ADJOURN FOR THE DAY

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

HUMAN EXPLORATION SESSION

8:00 am Main Ballroom

Chairs:

T. Jones
S. J. Hoffman

8:00 am

Hoffman, S. J.* [INVITED]
A Phobos-Deimos Mission as an Element of the NASA Mars Design Reference
Architecture 5.0 [11-027] [P]

8:30 am

Merrill, R. G.* Strange, N. J.
Crewed Mars’ Moons Exploration Utilizing the 2010 Human Exploration
Framework [11-019] [P]

8:45 am

Foster, C.*
Delta-V Budgets for Robotic and Human Exploration of Phobos and Deimos
[11-018] [P]

9:00 am

Genova, A. L.* S. V. Weston Simurda, L. J.
Human and Robotic Mission Applications of Low-Energy Transfers to Phobos
and Deimos [11-010] [P]

9:15 am

BREAK

9:30 am

Landau, D. F.* Strange, N. J. Battat, J. A.
Solar Electric Propulsion for a Flexible Path of Human Space Exploration
[11-011] [P]

9:45 am

Logan, J. S.* Adamo, D. R.
Destination Deimos: A Design Reference Architecture for Initial Human Exploration of the Mars System [11-023]

10:00 am

Hopkins, J. B.* Pratt, W. D.
Comparison of Deimos and Phobos for Human Exploration and Identification of
Preferred Landing Sites on Deimos [11-031] [P]

10:15 am

Murakami, Y.*
Design As If People Mattered: For Spacecraft Missions to Early Base for Phobos
and Deimos [11-017] [P]

10:30 am

Asphaug, E.* Hemingway, D. Movshovitz, N.
What do Grooves Mean?
[11-024] [P]

10:45 am

Lorber, K.* Lee, P.
Phobos, Deimos, and Planetary Protection: A Review
[11-020] [P]

11:00 am

Lee, P.* Martin, G. L.
Human Missions to Phobos and Deimos: What Science?
[11-001] [P]

11:15 am

BREAK

11:30 am

PLENARY DISCUSSION

12:00 pm

Lunch

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

POSTER SESSION

12:15 pm Main Foyer

 

Jones, T.* Lee, P. Bellerose, J. De Rosee, R. Chartres, J. McCarthy, J. Mayer, D. Bhavsar, P. Mungas, G. Osterman, D. Prettyman, T. Goldsten, J. Lawrence, D. Dunham, D. Horsewood, J. Sanchez, H. Heldmann, J. Smith, P. Williams, B. Fahnestock, E. Gaffey, M. Nolan, M. Thomas, P. Hildebrand, A. Farquhar, R. Benedix, G. Veverka, J. Yano, H. Elphic, R.
A Lander to Investigate a C-type Triple Near-Earth Asteroid System: 2001 SN263 [11-003] [P]

 

Lee, P.* Jones, T. Jaroux, B. Klupar, P. D. Bellerose, J. Chartres, J. De Rosee, R. Fong, T. Genova, A. McCarthy, J. McCarthy, T. Mungas, G. S.
M4: Mars Moons Multiple-landings Mission [11-025] [P]

 

Mungas, G. S.* Gursel, Y. Osterman, D. Nyquist, R. Dissly, R. Lee, P.
Camera, Handlens, And Microscope Probe (CHAMP) for Investigations of Small Bodies [11-028] [P]

 

Rosenblatt, P.* Rivoldini, A. Dehant, V.
Modeling the Internal Mass Distribution Inside Phobos [11-006] [P]

1:00 pm

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dr Tom Jones * [INVITED]
Veteran Astronaut
Planetary Scientist, SETI Institute
Senior Research Scientist, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
The Journey to Phobos, and Deimos: Human Exploration Challenges [P]

SYNTHESIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS SESSION

1:30 pm Main Ballroom

Chairs:

P. Lee
B. Jaroux

1:30 pm

SYNTHESIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS SESSION

2:30 pm

MEETING ADJOURNS