37th DPS Meeting, 4-9 September 2005
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Session 18. Future Missions and Instrumentation

Poster, Monday, September 5, 2005, 6:00-7:15pm, Music Lecture Room 5

18.01 A NEPtune/Triton Vision Mission Using Nuclear Electric Propulsion
B. Bienstock, D.H. Atkinson (University of Idaho), K. Baines (JPL), P. Mahaffy (NASA GFSC), S. Atreya (University of Michigan), A. Stern (Southwest Research Institute), P. Steffes (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Wright (NASA ARC), Ball Collaboration, Boeing Collaboration
18.02 Maximizing Mission Science Return Through use of Spacecraft Autonomy: Active Volcanism and the Autonomous Sciencecraft Experiment
S. Chien, A. G. Davies, R. Sherwood (JPL), ASE Science Team
18.03 Determining Bolide Luminous Efficiency Through Optical Observations of the Genesis Atmospheric Entry
W.J. Cooke (Marshall Space Flight Center), W.M. Swift (Raytheon Corporation), R.M. Suggs (Marshall Space Flight Center)
18.04 VIRTIS Rosetta Earth-Moon imaging spectroscopy
A. Coradini (IFSI-INAF), F. Capaccioni (IASF-INAF), P. Drossart (LESIA- Meudon), A. Adriani (IFSI-INAF), M.T. Capria, M.C. De Sanctis, G. Filacchione, G. Piccioni (IASF-INAF), Rosetta-VIRTIS Science Team
18.05 Development of a Martian Sonic Anemometer
R.W. Dissly (Ball Aerospace), D.J. Banfield (Cornell), J. Lasnik (Ball Aerospace), J.T. Waters (Cornell), I.J. McEwan, M.I. Richardson (Caltech)
18.06 The DEPTHX Project: Autonomous Exploration of Subaqueous Environments
D. D. Durda (Southwest Research Institute), W. C. Stone (StoneAeroSPACE), DEPTHX Team
18.07 Autonomous Identification of Dominant Landscape Features in Planetary Images
M J Gibbens, A.C Cook (U. Nottingham)
18.08 A Cloud-Tracking Tool For Planetary Orbiter Images
R. Gil (Departamento de Fisica and Centro de Geofisica da Universidade de Evora, Portugal), D. Luz (LESIA-Observatoire de Paris, France), D. Berry (Departamento de Fisica and Centro de Geofisica da Universidade de Evora, Portugal), M. Roos-Serote (Observatorio de Astronomia de Lisboa, Portugal)
18.09 Development and Tests of Elements of a Dust Telescope
E. Gruen (MPI-K, Heidelberg, Germany and HIGP, Honolulu, USA), R. Srama, M. Rachev, A. Srowig (MPI-K, Heidelberg, Germany), Z. Sternovsky, M. Horanyi, K. Amyx (LASP, Boulder, USA), S. Auer (A&M Assoc., Basye, USA)
18.10 Portable, Photon-Counting Cameras for Observing Occultations, Eclipses, and Transits
A.A.S. Gulbis, J.L. Elliot, M.J. Person (MIT), B.A. Babcock, J.M. Pasachoff, S.P. Souza (Williams College)
18.11 Identifying water on our Moon and organics in the outer Solar System with active reflectance spectroscopy
C. A. Hibbitts (JHU-APL), G. D. Spiers (JPL), G. B. Hansen (Planetary Science Institute)
18.12 The Large Millimeter Telescope- El Gran Telescopio Milimetrico
W. M. Irvine (UMass/GCA), F. P. Schloerb (UMass/FCRAO)
18.13 Organics and Isotopes Analysis on the 2009 Mars Science Laboratory
P. R. Mahaffy (NASA Goddard), SAM Science Team
18.14 PVOL: The Planetary Virtual Observatory & Laboratory. An online database of the Outer Planets images.
A. Morgado, A. Sánchez-Lavega, J.F. Rojas, R. Hueso (Universidad del Paas Vasco)
18.15 Venus Climate Orbiter: Japan's First Mission to Venus
M. Nakamura, T. Imamura, T. Abe, N. Ishii (ISAS/JAXA), M. Ueno (University of Tokyo)
18.16 Introducing PLIA: Planetary Laboratory for Image Analysis
J. Peralta, R. Hueso, N. Barrado, A. Sánchez-Lavega (Universidad del Pais Vasco)
18.17 PARIS: A new class of missions to explore the Trojan asteroids and outer solar system
L. M. Prockter, R. E. Gold, R. L. McNutt, P. H. Ostdiek (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory), C. B. Ensworth (NASA Glenn Research Center)
18.18 A Wavelet-Based Method to Remove Fringes from Images
P.M. Rojo, J. Harrington (Cornell University)
18.19 Science Instruments Onboard Venus Climate Oriter
T. Satoh (Kumamoto U.), M. Ueno, N. Iwagami (U. of Tokyo), M. Taguchi (NIPR), S. Watanabe (Hokkaido U.), Y. Takahashi (Tohoku U.), M. Suzuki (EORC/JAXA), T. Imamura, M. Nakamura (ISAS/JAXA)
18.20 An Infrared Drill Borehole Spectrometer for Mars
W. Smythe, M. Foote (JPL), E. Johnson, J. Daly, P. Loges, I. Puscasu (Ion Optics), S. Gorevan, P. Chu (HoneyBee Robotics), J. Granahan (SAIC)
18.21 NASA's ``Neptune Orbiter with Probes" Vision Mission: Remote Sensing and In Situ Science at Neptune and Triton
T.R. Spilker (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), A.P. Ingersoll (California Inst. of Technology)
18.22 The Phoenix Mission and its Current Landing Site options
LK Tamppari (JPL), P Smith (University of Arizona), RE Arvidson (Washington University, St. Louis), Phoenix Team
18.23 NASA Infrared Telescope Facility- The Next 5 Years
A.T. Tokunaga, S.J. Bus, E.V. Tollestrup, J.T. Rayner (Inst. for Astronomy, Univ. of Hawaii)
18.24 High contrast space coronagraphy for planet discovery: the Eclipse concept and recent technology readiness validations
J. Trauger (JPL), M. Brown (Caltech), R. A. Brown (STScI), A. Burrows (U. Arizona), C. Burrows (Metajiva), M. Ealey (Xinetics), D. Fischer (SFSU), C. Ftaclas (U. Hawaii), S. Heap (GSFC), T. Hull (Tinsley), J. Kasdin (Princeton), J. Krist (JPL), M. Kuchner (GSFC), J. Lunine (U. Arizona), G. Marcy (U. C. Berkeley), R. Sahai (JPL), D. Spergel (Princeton), K. Stapelfeldt, W. Traub (JPL), B. Woodgate (GSFC)
18.25 Measuring wind on Mars: an overview of in situ sensing techniques
C.F. Wilson (AOPP, Oxford University)

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