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46th ESLAB Symposium

Programme, Presentations and Abstract Book

 

Formation and Evolution of Moons

25-28 June 2012
 
European Space Agency, ESTEC
Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Direct link to this page:
http://sci.esa.int/eslab46
 

Group photo of attendees at the 46th ESLAB Symposium. Credit: ESA

 

This page holds the symposium programme. The presentations given at the workshop are now available in PDF format. They can be downloaded by clicking on the corresponding "PDF" link in the programme table below, in the right-most column.

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Monday 25 June 2012
 

Registration & Welcome
   
12:00-14:00 Registration, posters set up
14:00-14:20 Welcome and opening remarks (O. Witasse, L. Colangeli)
Session 1 - Formation mechanisms: Moons of giant planets
   
Moderator: A. Coustenis
14:20 Moon formation in the context of solar system formation
A. Coustenis
 
14:30 Origin and evolution of Galilean satellites (Invited Talk)
O. Grasset
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15:00 On the Origins of the Regular Satellites of Gas Giant Planets (Invited Talk)
P. Estrada
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15:30 Final origin of the Saturn system
E. Asphaug
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15:50 Coffee break
Session 1 - Formation mechanisms: Moons of giant planets
   
Moderator: D. Richardson
16:20 The spreading of a tidal disk as a new mechanism for satellite formation: The case of Saturn's satellites and rings and implications for Saturn's dissipation.
S. Charnoz
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16:40 A general model for satellite formation: the spreading of massive rings
A. Crida
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17:00 The anelastic equilibrium tide in Solar System
F. Remus
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17:20-18:00 Discussion
18:15 Welcome reception (sponsored by HE Space)



Tuesday 26 June 2012
 

Session 1 - Formation mechanisms: Moons of Giant planets (continued from prevous day)
   
Moderator: S. Charnoz
09:00 The Formation Environment of the Galilean Moons
N. Turner
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09:20 Dynamics of the small Saturn's moons in coupled resonances
M. El Moutamid
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09:40 A study of small satellites capture in corotation resonance
E. Vieira Neto
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10:00 Satellite Origin and Evolution via Three-body Encounters (Invited Talk)
C. Agnor
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10:30 Coffee break
Session 2 - Mechanisms of formation: Moons of terrestrial planets
   
Moderator: P. Estrada
11:00 Recent advances in formation of moons of terrestrial planets
P. Estrada
 
11:10 On the Formation of the Martian Moons from a circum-Mars accretion disk
P. Rosenblatt
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11:30 New results on the formation of the Moon: 100-years accretion timescales and implications for Earth-Moon isotopic similarities (Invited Talk)
J. Salmon
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12:00 Possibility of Moon formation from debris escaped after impacts on the Earth
W. Svetsov
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12:20 Earth's minimoons
M. Granvik
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12:40-13:10 Discussion
13:15-14:30 Lunch
Session 3 - Formation mechanisms: Pluto, KBOs & Asteroid systems
   
Moderator: E. Asphaug
14:30 Multi-bodies systems
E. Asphaug
 
14:40 Modeling the Collisional Origin of Satellites around Large KBOs (Invited Talk)
Z. Leinhardt
 
15:10 Formation of Pluto's small satellites (Invited Talk)
H. Levison
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15:40 Formation scenarios of asteroid binaries and implications for the science return of the MarcoPolo-R mission (Invited Talk)
P. Michel
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16:10 Numerical Simulations of Small Solar System Binary Formation
D. Richardson
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16:30-17:00 Discussion
17:00-18:30 Coffee break and poster session
 

List of posters:
Why Mercury and Venus do not have a Moon?
J. Benkhoff
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Statistical co-accretion model of formation and composition of prelunar swarm
G. Pechernikova
 
Impact craters: the evolutionary leaders?
E. Martellato
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Modeling and measuring the mass distribution inside Phobos to constrain its origin
A. Rivoldini
 
A database of elongated craters on Mars to study the falling moonlet hypothesis
B. Buchenberger
 
Tidal displacements of Phobos' surface: A key information to reveal its origin
S. Le Maistre
 
Deimos and Phobos compared observations by OMEGA/MEX
B. Gondet
 
How to improve the orbit model of Phobos using observations with ALMA?
E. Villard
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Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy Capabilities for Observations of Moons
M. Burgdorf
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Interaction of Phobos' surface with the Solar Wind and the Martian Environment
F. Cipriani
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SCF_LAB: an infrastructure to characterize laser altimetry of icy and rocky moons
S. Dell'Agnello
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A high resolution orbitrap mass spectrometer for future moon missions
S. Cornelli
 
A New Numerical Model for multiple systems: ODIN
L. Beauvalet
 
Charged Nanograins in the Plume of Enceladus
G. Jones
 



Wednesday 27 June 2012
 

Session 4 - Moons atmosphere, environment and evolution
   
Moderator: M. Dougherty
09:00 Interaction between moons and their environment
M. Dougherty
 
09:10 The origin and evolution of Titan's atmosphere (Invited Talk)
A. Coustenis
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09:40 Io: A (geo-)physicist's playground (Invited Talk)
N. Thomas
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10:10 Satellite-Magnetosphere Interactions (Invited Talk)
G. Jones
 
10:40 Plasma interactions at Titan and icy moons: evolving ionospheres
A. Coates
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11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Surface radiation environment of Saturn's icy moon Mimas
T. Nordheim
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11:50 Magnetospheric Ion Implantation in the Icy Moons of Giant Planets
G. Strazulla
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12:10 Ridge formation and de-spinning of Iapetus via an impact-generated satellite
K. Walsh
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12:40-13:10 Discussion
13:15-14:30 Lunch
Session 5 - Observational constraints
   
Moderator: J.-P. Lebreton
14:30 Observations for origin and evolution of moons
J.-P. Lebreton
 
14:40 Depth of Enceladus craters: implications of surface properties on the early differentiation of icy moons
K. Degiorgio
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15:00 Mimas and Enceladus: Formation and interior structure from astrometric reduction of Cassini images.
R. Tajeddine
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15:20 Constraints on Moon evolution and planetary processes using SMART-1 data
B. Foing
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15:40 Mars Express investigations of Phobos
O. Witasse
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16:00 Coffee break
16:30 The origin of the Martian moons revisited
P. Rosenblatt
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16:50 The age of Phobos (Invited Talk)
G. Neukum
 
17:20 Meteorite Analogs for Phobos and Deimos: Unraveling the origin of the Martian moons
P. Vernazza
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17:40-18:00 Discussion
19:00 Dinner Restaurant "Het Zuiderbad", Noordwijk



Thursday 28 June 2012
 

Session 6 - Future missions and Instrumentation
   
Moderator: P. Rosenblatt
09:00 Future exploration of moons
P. Rosenblatt
 
09:10 Future plans for Cassini
N. Altobelli
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09:30 New Horizons (Invited Talk - Cancelled)
H. Levison
 
10:00 JUICE: an ESA L-mission to the Jupiter system (Invited Talk)
O. Grasset and M. Dougherty
 
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Science and payload activities in support of the ESA Lunar Lander
J. Carpenter
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11:50 The Martian Moon Sample Return mission study MMSR
D. Koschny
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12:10 GETEMME: a mission to explore the Martian satellites
C. Le Poncin-Lafitte
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12:30-13:00 Discussion
13:00-13:15 General conclusions
13:15 END OF THE MEETING

 

Sponsors
 

  -  Research and Scientific Support Department (RSSD) of ESA
  -   ESA Mars Express Project
  -   Europlanet Observational Infrastructure Networking
  -   HE Space Operations

 


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