Lunar and Planetary Science XXXV: Asteroids, Meteors, CometsReports included:Long Term Stability of Mars Trojans; Horseshoe Asteroids and Quasi-satellites in Earth-like Orbits; Effect of Roughness on Visible Reflectance Spectra of Planetary Surface; SUBARU Spectroscopy of Asteroid (832) Karin; Determining Time Scale of Space Weathering; Change of Asteroid Reflectance Spectra by Space Weathering: Pulse Laser Irradiation on Meteorite Samples; Reflectance Spectra of CM2 Chondrite Mighei Irradiated with Pulsed Laser and Implications for Low-Albedo Asteroids and Martian Moons; Meteorite Porosities and Densities: A Review of Trends in the Data; Small Craters in the Inner Solar System: Primaries or Secondaries or Both?; Generation of an Ordinary-Chondrite Regolith by Repetitive Impact; Asteroid Modal Mineralogy Using Hapke Mixing Models: Validation with HED Meteorites; Particle Size Effect in X-Ray Fluorescence at a Large Phase Angle: Importance on Elemental Analysis of Asteroid Eros (433); An Investigation into Solar Wind Depletion of Sulfur in Troilite; Photometric Behaviour Dependent on Solar Phase Angle and Physical Characteristics of Binary Near-Earth-Asteroid (65803) 1996 GT; Spectroscopic Observations of Asteroid 4 Vesta from 1.9 to 3.5 micron: Evidence of Hydrated and/or Hydroxylated Minerals; Multi-Wavelength Observations of Asteroid 2100 Ra-Shalom: Visible, Infrared, and Thermal Spectroscopy Results; New Peculiarities of Cometary Outburst Activity; Preliminary Shape Modeling for the Asteroid (25143) Itokawa, AMICA of Hayabusa Mission; Scientific Capability of MINERVA Rover in Hayabusa Asteroid Mission; Characteristics and Current Status of Near Infrared Spectrometer for Hayabusa Mission; Sampling Strategy and Curation Plan of Hayabusa Asteroid Sample Return Mission; Visible/Near-Infrared Spectral Properties of MUSES C Target Asteroid 25143 Itokawa; Calibration of the NEAR XRS Solar Monitor; Modeling Mosaic Degradation of X-Ray Measurements of 433 Eros by NEAR-Shoemaker; Scattered Light Remediation and Recalibration of near Sheomaker s NIS Global Dataaset at 433 Eros; Evaluation of Preparation and Measuring Techniques for Interplanetary Dust Particles for the MIDAS Experiment on Rosetta; Chiron: a Proposed Remote Sensing Prompt Gamma Ray Activation Analysis Instrument for a Nuclear Powered Prometheus Mission;From Present Surveying to Future Prospecting of the Asteroid Belt; Asteroid Physical Properties Probe Microgravity Testing of a Surface Sampling System for Sample Return from Small Solar System Bodies;and Penetrator Coring Apparatus for Cometary Surfaces.
August 21, 2013
January 1, 2004
Lunar And Planetary Science And Exploration
Meeting: Lunar and Planetary Science XXXV
Location: Houston, TX
Country: United States
Start Date: March 15, 2004
End Date: March 19, 2004
Sponsors: Lunar and Planetary Inst., NASA Johnson Space Center
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IDRelationTitle20040062096WorkSampling Strategy and Curation Plan of "Hayabusa" Asteroid Sample Return Mission20040062104WorkPenetrator Coring Apparatus for Cometary Surfaces20040062112WorkModeling Mosaic Degradation of X-Ray Measurements of 433 Eros by NEAR-Shoemaker20040062099Work"Chiron": A Proposed Remote Sensing Prompt Gamma Ray Activation Analysis Instrument for a Nuclear Powered Prometheus Mission20040062101WorkFrom Present Surveying to Future Prospecting of the Asteroid Belt20040062108WorkVisible/Near-Infrared Spectral Properties of MUSES C Target Asteroid 25143 Itokawa20040062113WorkHorseshoe Asteroids and Quasi-satellites in Earth-like Orbits20040062093WorkCalibration of the NEAR XRS Solar Monitor20040062103WorkMicrogravity Testing of a Surface Sampling System for Sample Return from Small Solar System Bodies20040062114WorkGeneration of an Ordinary-Chondrite 'Regolith' by Repetitive Impact20040062122WorkReflectance Spectra of CM2 Chondrite Mighei Irradiated with Pulsed Laser and Implications for Low-Albedo Asteroids and Martian Moons20040062106WorkMulti-Wavelength Observations of Asteroid 2100 Ra-Shalom: Visible, Infrared, and Thermal Spectroscopy Results20040062095WorkCharacteristics and Current Status of Near Infrared Spectrometer for Hayabusa Mission