DAP

The Dust, Atmosphere and Plasma environment of the Moon and Small Bodies (DAP-2017) workshop will be a forum to (i) discuss our current understanding of the surface environment of the Moon, the moons of Mars, and asteroids, (ii) share new results from past and ongoing missions to airless bodies and comets, and (iii) describe expectations for planned upcoming missions to airless bodies and comets.

The 2017 workshop will be held in Boulder and hosted by LASP on January 11th-13th. It will be focused on the open science questions, the status and future of our supporting modeling and laboratory experimental capabilities, and the definition of the required measurements and instrument capabilities for future investigations from orbit or landed missions.

DAP-2017 is a follow up on two previous workshops, LDAP-2010 and DAP-2012. Contributions to LDAP-2010 and DAP-2012 were published in special issues of Planetary and Space Sciences. A similar volume is planned to report the contributions to DAP-2017.

Schedule

* Invited Speakers



Wednesday Jan. 11th, 2017

Session I: The Moon
Chairs: Mihály Horányi and Alan Stern
9:00 Yvonne Pendleton Welcome and opening remarks
9:10 *Jamey Szalay The dust environment on the Moon
10:10 Matthew Hedman Possible evidence for low-altitude dust in LADEE-UVS data
10:30 Mike Barker Searching for lunar horizon glow with the Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter
10:50 Menelaos Sarantos Response of metals in the lunar exosphere during meteor showers and intervals of high solar wind flux
11:10 Break
11:30 *Jasper Halekas Plasma environment of the Moon
12:30 Yoshifumi Futaana Remote sensing of electric potential at lunar surface
12:50 Stas Barabash SELMA: A mission to study lunar environment and surface interaction
13:10 Lunch
Session I cont.: The Moon
Chairs: Jasper Halekas and Wojciech Miloch
14:40 Bill Farrell A comparison of solar wind hydroxylation within and outside lunar magnetic anomalies
15:00 Shahab Fatemi Foreshock cavity upstream of the Moon
15:20 Andrew Poppe ARTEMIS mapping of lunar crustal magnetic reflection of solar wind protons
15:40 Jan Deca Coupling the observed lunar magnetic field with fully kinetic simulations: Implications for Reiner Gamma and swirl formation
16:00 Break
16:20 Eugene Martysh Possibility to formation of lunar dusty plasma with weak magnetic properties
16:40 *Alexander Zakharov Robotic missions of russian lunar program
17:40 Lab Tour
18:30 Group Dinner



Thursday Jan. 12th, 2017

Session I cont.: The Moon
Chairs: Bill Farrell and Jamey Szalay
9:00 Brian O'Brien Dust on the Moon: From Apollo to Chang'e-4
9:20 Wojciech Miloch Simulations of dusty surfaces charged by plasma currents and photoemission
9:40 Marcus Piquette The effect of asymmetric surface topography on dust dynamics in the lunar plasma environment
10:00 Dylan Carter A model for tribocharging of regolith grains
10:20 Ron Creel Coping with dust for extra-terrestrial exploration
10:40 Break
Session II: Mars
Chairs: Bill Farrell and Alexander Zhakarov
11:00 *Mark Showalter Dust rings of Mars: Dynamical models and observational limits
12:00 Laila Andersson Dust observations at Mars
12:20 Masanori Kobayashi Circum-Martian dust monitor with a large detection area
12:40 Lunch
Session III: Instrumentation and Laboratory Experiments
Chairs: Stas Barabash and Xu Wang
14:10 Martin Wieser The Advanced Small Analyzer for Neutrals (ASAN)
14:30 A.J. Gemer Development of Hyperdust: Advanced insitu dust telescope
14:50 Zoltan Sternovksy Detection of dust impacts on spacecraft by antenna instruments
15:10 Break
15:30 *Sascha Kempf SUDA and the dust environment at Europa
16:30 Michael Deluca Light and charge measurements of simulated aluminim micrometeoroids
16:50 Jia Han Laboratory expermient of the solar wind interaction with magnetic dipole fields on the lunar surface
17:10 Joseph Schwan Experimental measurements of highly negatively charged dust particles from electronemitting dusty surfaces
17:30 Poster Session



Friday Jan. 13th, 2017

Session IV: Asteroid and Comets
Chairs: Sascha Kempf and Mark Showalter
9:00 *Dan Britt The surface properties of asteroids
10:00 Tom Kehoe Extracting asteroid regolith properties from solar system dust bands
10:20 Rosemary Killen Exospheres from asteroids to planets
10:40 Hairong Lai Nanodust released in interplanetary collisions
11:00 Break
11:20 *Vicky Hamilton The OSIRIS-REX asteroid sample return mission
12:20 Michaela Villarreal Energetic electrons as evidence for a temporary bow shock at Ceres
12:40 Fabrice Cipriani Simulation of dusty plasma environments: Application cases to 65803 Didymos for the Asteroid Impact Mission (AIM) and Rosetta electrostatic sheath interaction with cometary grains
13:00 Lunch
14:30 *Jim Burch Interaction of the solar wind with comet CG
Session V: Discussion on future investigations and publications
Chairs: Mihály Horányi and Alan Stern
15:30 Everyone Open Discussion



Posters

Ilia Kuznetsov Investigation of lunar dusty exosphere during the future Russian lunar missions
Vladimir Busarev Discovering simultaneous sublimation activity of four primitive main-belt asteroids near perihelion
Marcus Piquette Laboratory experiments to investigate sublimation rates of water ice in nighttime lunar regolith
Bill Goode Hypervelocity Dust Trajectories Measured by the Dust Coordinate Sensor at IMPACT
J.R. Rocha Development of a high dynamic range ion detector for the in-situ analysis of cosmic dust
Jan Deca Comet 67P: utilizing fully kinetic simulations to study its interaction with the solar wind plasma
David James The University of Colorado Dust Accelerator
Lihsia Yeo Laboratory measurements of dust charging in flowing plasmas
Xu Wang Experimental measurements for the floating potentials of dust and spacecraft in plasma



Program Committee

The workshop is hosted by M. Horányi and A. Stern, and supported by NASA's Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI): Institute for Modeling Plasma, Atmospheres, and Cosmic Dust (IMPACT), the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), and the Center for Integrated Plasma Studies (CIPS) of the University of Colorado.

Invited Talks

Current invited talks include:

Surface Properties of Asteroids: Dan Britt/U. Central Florida and SSERVI
Rosetta Results on Cometary Plasmas: Jim Burch/SwRI
Physical Plasma Environment of the Moon: Jasper Halekas/U. Iowa
Osiris Rex: Vicky Hamilton/SwRI
Europa Dust Environment: Sascha Kempf/U. Colorado and SSERVI
Search for the dust torus around Mars: Mark Showalter/SETI
Dust Environment of the Moon: Jamey Szalay/SwRI
Mars, Phobos, Deimos Dust environment: Alexander Zakharov/ITEP Moscow

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