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PL1: Small bodies in Our Solar System

Session Organisers:

Colin Snodgrass (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Germany), S.C. Lowry (University of Kent, UK), S. Green (Open University, UK)

  

This session will bring together researchers on Solar System minor bodies from various disciplines (spacecraft missions, laboratory based, observations and theory). The session will be divided into topics based on different populations, with a mix of talks from different disciplines within each, to encourage discussion between these fields. Likely topics will be on Main Belt asteroids, Near Earth Objects, Comets and Outer Solar System bodies. We expect talks to cover results from the Dawn, Rosetta and Stardust missions; observations of all minor body populations (including results from the Herschel space telescope); meteorites, meteors and links with their parent bodies; theoretical/computational/experimental results on solar system formation and evolution; experimental and instrumentation work related to spacecraft missions.

 

This is a complete listing of all 26 entries


Poster Session A
Mapping The Density Distribution In Saturn’s F Ring During An Encounter By Prometheus  Phil Sutton
Dual High Speed Photometer for Detecting Edgeworth Kuiper Belt Objects by Occultation  Eamonn Ansbro
The unusual comet P/2010 TO20 LINEAR-Grauer  Pedro Lacerda
Searching for asteroid collisions with Pan-STARRS 1  Ev McLoughlin
The Sodium Tails of Near-Sun Comets  Geraint Jones

Tuesday 27th 10:00-11:15
10:00 The new view of Vesta based on the results by the Dawn Framing Camera  Martin Hoffmann
10:20 MarcoPolo-R: Asteroid Sample Return Mission in ESA Assessment Study Phase  M. Antonietta Barucci
10:33 Physical characterisation of low Delta-V NEA (190491) 2000 FJ10 with SALT  Apostolos Christou
10:46 Spectroscopic Observations of Unbound Asteroid Pairs  Samuel Duddy
10:59 NEOShield - A global approach to NEO Impact Threat Mitigation  Alan Fitzsimmons

Tuesday 27th 11:45-13:00
11:45 Formation of the Marco Polo-R baseline binary target and physical properties of primitive bodies  Patrick Michel
12:05 Simulating asteroid regoliths in microgravity  Naomi Murdoch
12:18 ATPM: A Rough Surface Thermal Model For Atmosphereless Planetary Bodies  Ben Rozitis
12:31 Heat conductivity of porous dust layers  Bastian Gundlach
12:44 Reading the dynamic compaction of asteroids using mineral microstructures  Paula Lindgren

Tuesday 27th 14:15-15:30
14:15 A Herschel Survey of the trans-Neptunian Region  Pedro Lacerda
14:30 Surface charging on small bodies: likely detection at Saturn’s icy moon Hyperion  Tom Nordheim
14:43 Collisions in Saturn's F ring  Nick Attree
14:56 Observing ice in our solar system  Colin Snodgrass
15:09 Planetesimal Formation In Self-Gravitating Discs  Peter Gibbons
15:22 Poster Presentations  Colin Snodgrass

Tuesday 27th 17:00-18:15
17:00 Ocean-like water in the Jupiter-family comet 103P/Hartley 2  Miguel de Val-Borro
17:20 The dust coma of comet 9P/Tempel 1 detected by Stardust NExT.  Simon F. Green
17:33 Shape Model and Thermal Properties of the Nucleus of Rosetta Target 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko  Stephen Lowry
17:46 Long Term Evolution of Comet Halley & the Orionid stream  Aswin Sekhar
17:59 The Stardust Mission to Comet Wild2 Gives a New Perspective on the Formation of Comets  John Bridges