Planetary Sciences


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P001. A first look at 162173 Ryugu and 101955 Bennu: Hayabusa 2 and OSIRIS-REx arrive at their respective target asteroids.
Olivier Barnouin | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Makoto Yoshikawa | Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Seiji Sugita | University of Tokyo
P002. Analogue Studies of Gradient Systems Relevant to Astrobiology on Ocean Worlds and Mars
Laura Barge | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Scott Perl | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
P003. Aurora and airglow in planetary and exoplanetary atmospheres
Guillaume Gronoff | NASA LaRC
Gaël Cessateur | Belgisch Instituut voor Ruimte-Aeronomie
P004. Balloons in Earth and Planetary Sciences: Research, Applications, and Emerging Concepts
Siddharth Krishnamoorthy | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Daniel Bowman | Sandia National Laboratories
Jean-Pierre Lebreton | University of Orleans
Tetsuya Yoshida | JAXA Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
P005. Being Neighborly: Observing the Moon from Cis-Lunar Space
Charles Hibbitts | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Jorge Núñez | JHU Applied Physics Lab
P006. Carbon Across the Solar System
Faith Vilas | National Science Foundation
Amanda Hendrix | Planetary Science Institute Tucson
P007. Cassini’s Grand Finale: A New Understanding of Saturn’s Atmosphere and Ring Interactions
Mark Perry | JHU/APL--Space Dept
Hsiang-Wen Hsu | Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Jeffrey Cuzzi | NASA Ames Research Center
Jack Waite | Southwest Research Institute
P008. Ceres and Vesta: Understanding the Protoplanets of the Asteroid Belt
Anton Ermakov | Jet Propulsion LaboratoryCalifornia Institute of Technology
Debra Buczkowski | Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Maria Cristina De Sanctis | IAPS-INAF
Harry McSween | University of Tennessee
P009. Chasing life with a sample size of one:  From signs of life in Earth's atmosphere to exoplanet biosignatures
Cindy Young | NASA Langley Research Center
William Danchi | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Guillaume Gronoff | NASA LaRC
Vladimir Airapetian | SEEC/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center & American University, DC
P010. Climate and Habitability of Rocky Planets in the Solar System and Beyond
Daniel Koll | University of ChicagoMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Thaddeus Komacek | University of Arizona
Sukrit Ranjan | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jade Checlair | University of Chicago
P011. Comparative Planetology and the Solar System as a Gateway to the Exoplanets
Noam Izenberg | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Kathleen Mandt | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
P012. Concepts for Future Planetary Science Missions
Morgan Cable | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Melissa Trainer | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Conor Nixon | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
P014. Defense against Asteroid Impacts
Andrew Cheng | JHU-APL
Patrick Michel | UNS-CNRS-Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur
P015. Diagenesis on Mars and Clues from Terrestrial Systems
Roger Wiens | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Sally Potter-McIntyre | Southern Illinois University Carbondale
P016. Enceladus – A World Awaiting
Carolyn Porco | Space Science Institute
Julie Huber | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
P017. Exogeoscience: Investigating Terrestrial Exoplanet Surfaces, Interiors, and Evolutions
Rory Barnes | University of Washington Seattle Campus
Anat Shahar | Carnegie Institution of Washington
Peter Driscoll | Carnegie Institution for Science Washington
Ariel Anbar | Arizona State University
P018. Exploring Planetary Subsurfaces: Understanding Water and Ice Evolution on Small Bodies, Planets, and Icy Ocean Worlds
Essam Heggy | University of Southern California
Valerie Ciarletti | LATMOS/CNRS
Alain Herique | University Joseph Fourier Grenoble
Stephen Clifford | Lunar and Planetary Institute
P019. Fifty Years of Apollo Science: A Legacy of Lunar Science from Orbit, the Surface, and Long Lived Surface Experiments
Jacob Bleacher | NASA GSFC
Harrison Schmitt | University of Wisconsin Madison
Amy Fagan | Western Carolina University
Ryan Clegg-Watkins | WUSTL-Earth & Planetary Sciences
Noah Petro | NASA GSFC
P020. From the Earth to the Moons: Unraveling the Geologic, Oceanographic and Chemical Mysteries of Ice and Ocean Worlds
Catherine Walker | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Steve Vance | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Christopher German | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Britney Schmidt | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
P021. Geology and Geophysics of Satellites and Small Bodies
Ashley Davies | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Thomas McCord | Bear Fight Institute
Torrence Johnson | JPL
Dennis Matson | Bear Fight Institute
P022. Icarus Worlds: Understanding the Volcanic and Magma Ocean Environments of Highly Irradiated and Tidally Heated Rocky Exoplanets and Planetary Satellites
Prabal Saxena | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Erika Kohler | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Avi Mandell | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Jacob Richardson | University of South Florida
P023. Impacts of Space weather from the Sun and Active Stars on Atmospheric Evolution of Terrestrial (Exo)Planets
Shannon Curry | Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California Berkeley
Glyn Collinson | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Yuni Lee | University of MI-AOSS
Vladimir Airapetian | SEEC/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center & American University, DC
P024. Integrating Geophysical Methods for Improved Imaging of Planetary Surfaces and Interiors
Sarah Kruse | Univ South Florida
Sanaz Esmaeili | University of South Florida Tampa
Rebecca Ghent | University of Toronto
P025. Machine Learning in Planetary Science: Introductions and Applications
Klaus-Michael Aye | University of Colorado at Boulder
Jörn Helbert | DLR
Mario D'Amore | German Aerospace Center DLR Berlin
Hannah Kerner | Arizona State University
P026. Mars Global Climate Modeling: From the Surface to the Exobase
Robert Haberle | NASA Ames Res Ctr
Vandana Jha | NASA Ames Research Center
P027. New Perspectives on Dynamic Lunar Processes
Heather Meyer | Lunar and Planetary Institute
Noah Petro | NASA GSFC
Dana Hurley | Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins
Rachel Klima | JHU Applied Physics Lab
P028. Observations of Planets Near and Far with Next-Generation Telescopes
Giada Arney | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Heidi Hammel | Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy
P029. Planetary Atmospheres and Evolution
Feng Tian | Tsinghua University
Robin Wordsworth | Harvard University
Cedric Gillmann | Royal Observatory of Belgium
P030. Planetary Habitability and the Main Control Factors.
Abigail Rymer | Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins
Alex Glocer | NASA/GSFC
Yaxue Dong | Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Katherine Garcia-Sage | Goddard Space Flight Center
P031. Planetary rings, meteoroid and dust populations and effects
Larry Esposito | Univ of Colorado
Mihaly Horanyi | University of Colorado at Boulder
Nicolas Lee | California Institute of Technology
P032. Planetary Science General Contributions
Michael Mischna | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Conor Nixon | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Padma Yanamandra-Fisher | Space Science Institute
P033. Planet Mercury: Present Understanding and Promise for Future Discovery
Paul Byrne | Lunar and Planetary Institute
Johannes Benkhoff | ESA ESTEC
Sean Solomon | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
P034. Processes in the present-day Atmosphere of Mars
Armin Kleinboehl | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Nicholas Heavens | Hampton University
Paul Hayne | University of Colorado
Michael Liemohn | University of Michigan
P035. Radar Investigations of Planetary Surface and Subsurfaces
Lynn Carter | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Cyril Grima | University of Texas
G Wesley Patterson | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Dustin Schroeder | Stanford University
P036. Regolith development on icy and rocky surfaces
Cynthia Phillips | JPL/NASA/Caltech
Jamie Molaro | Planetary Science Institute Pasadena
P037. Results from the Investigation of Jupiter’s Atmosphere by Juno and a Supporting Campaign of Earth-Based Observations
Glenn Orton | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Scott Bolton | Southwest Research Institute
Cheng Li | California Institute of Technology
Gordon Bjoraker | NASA
P038. Revealing the origins of our Solar System and its organic compounds through analysis of meteorites and related planetary materials
Eric Parker | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Bradley De Gregorio | Naval Research Laboratory
Emma Bullock | Carnegie Institution for Science
Heather Graham | Center for Research and Exploration in Space Sciences and Technology/University of Maryland
P040. Saturn’s Seasonally Evolving Atmosphere during the Cassini Era and Beyond
Scott Edgington | Jet Propulsion Lab/Caltech
Kunio Sayanagi | Hampton University
John Blalock | Hampton University
Rohini Giles | University of Oxford
P041. Science for a New Era of Lunar Exploration
Julie Stopar | Lunar and Planetary Institute
Barbara Cohen | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Samuel Lawrence | NASA Johnson Space Center
John Keller | Code 691 SSED
P043. Space environments of unmagnetized or weakly magnetized solar system bodies and the effects of space weather on these systems
Christopher Fowler | Univ Colorado
Xiaohua Fang | University of Colorado at Boulder
Yingjuan Ma | University of California Los Angeles
Pierre Henri | Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement et de l'Espace (LPC2E) - CNRS - Université d'Orléans
P044. Super-Earth Detection, Characterization and Modeling: How Habitable are They?
Francois Soubiran | Ecole Normale Supérieure Lyon
Natalia Solomatova | Ecole Normale Supérieure Lyon
Franck Marchis | Carl Sagan Center, SETI institute
Anaïs Kobsch | Ecole Normale Supérieure Lyon
P046. “The New Mars Underground”: Science and Exploration of a New Deep Frontier
Vlada Stamenkovic | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Penelope Boston | NASA Ames Research Center
Robert Grimm | Southwest Research Institute Boulder
Kris Zacny | Honeybee Robotics
P047. The Effects of Impact Cratering in Mafic Rocks and Minerals
Steven Jaret | Stony Brook University
Melinda Rucks | Stony Brook University
Shawn Wright | Planetary Science Institute
P048. The Future of Planetary Atmospheric, Surface, and Interior Science Using Radio and Laser Links
David Atkinson | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Erwan Mazarico | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Sami Asmar | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Luciano Iess | Univ. La Sapienza
P049. The Interiors of Jupiter and Saturn in the Era of Juno and Cassini
David Stevenson | California Institute of Technology
Hao Cao | Harvard UniversityHarvard
Scott Bolton | Southwest Research Institute
Luciano Iess | Univ. La Sapienza
P050. The origin, evolution and fate of comets: new results from Rosetta, other missions, and ground-based observations
Bonnie Buratti | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Mathieu Choukroun | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Matt Taylor | European Space Agency
P051. The Role of Extreme Atmospheric Escape from Hot Exoplanets
Eric Lopez | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Vladimir Airapetian | SEEC/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center & American University, DC
Katherine Garcia-Sage | Goddard Space Flight Center
Prabal Saxena | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
P052. The Significance of Late Accretion for Composition and Early Evolution of the Terrestrial Planets
Harry Becker | Freie Universität Berlin
Doris Breuer | German Aerospace Center DLR Berlin
Thorsten Kleine | University of Münster
Kai Wuennemann | Museum fuer Naturkunde
P053. The Uranus and Neptune Systems, and their Relation to Other Planets
Kunio Sayanagi | Hampton University
Elizabeth Turtle | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Xin Cao | Georgia Institute of Technology
Krista Soderlund | University of Texas at Austin
P054. The Use of Analog Environments in Preparing for the Exploration and Characterization of Planetary Surfaces
Kelsey Young | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Lauren Edgar | USGS Astrogeology Science Center
Jacob Bleacher | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Patrick Whelley | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
P055. Tidally Locked Systems in the Solar System and Beyond
Michael Way | NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Britney Schmidt | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
Rory Barnes | University of Washington Seattle Campus
P056. Titan: looking backward, looking forwards
Conor Nixon | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Alexander Hayes | Cornell University
Kathleen Mandt | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Christophe Sotin | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
P057. Ultraviolet Observing of Solar System Targets
Amanda Hendrix | Planetary Science Institute Tucson
Walt Harris | University of Arizona
Faith Vilas | National Science Foundation
Shouleh Nikzad | JPL/Caltech
P058. Unanswered Questions in Mars Atmospheric Science - What FutureObservations are Best Suited to Addressing Them?
Leslie Tamppari | JPL/NASA/Caltech
Donald Banfield | Cornell University
Scot Rafkin | Southwest Research Institute Boulder
Nathaniel Livesey | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
P059. Using Topography to Investigate the Evolution of Solar System Bodies
Erwan Mazarico | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
G Wesley Patterson | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Ross Beyer | NASA Ames Research Center
P060. Venus: The Origin and Fate of Earthlike Planets? Big Questions of the World Next Door
Noam Izenberg | Johns Hopkins Univ
Adriana Ocampo | NASA Headquarters
A073. Multiscale Evolution of Volcanic Plumes: from Injection to Large-Scale Transport and Impacts
Valentina Aquila | American University
Thomas Aubry | University of British Columbia
Laura Kerber | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Verity Flower | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
DI017. Probing the Lowermost Mantle
Sanne Cottaar | University of Cambridge
Mingming Li | Arizona State University
Lauren Harrison | EOAS University of British Columbia
Shuai Zhang | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
DI019. The Archean Earth and its Venusian Analog
Anne Davaille | CNRS / University Paris-Sud
Bradford Foley | Carnegie Institution for Science
Suzanne Smrekar | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
EP031. Planets as Experiments: Surface Processes in Extraterrestrial Environments
Mathieu Lapotre | Harvard University
Marisa Palucis | Dartmouth College
Alexander Morgan | Smithsonian Institution
Ryan Ewing | Texas A&M University College Station
G008. Geodetic and Magnetic Investigations of Crust and Mantle of Earth and Other Planetary Bodies
Alain Plattner | California State University Fresno
Christopher Harig | Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona
Kevin Lewis | Princeton University
GP009. Planetary Magnetism and Core Processes
Sonia Tikoo | Rutgers University
Douglas Hemingway | University of California Berkeley
Rona Oran | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Matthieu Laneuville | Tokyo Institute of Technology
MR012. Interiors of habitable planets
Baptiste Journaux | University of Washington
Sylvain Petitgirard | ESRFBayerisches Geoinstitut, Universitaet Bayreuth
Marine Lasbleis | ELSI
PP039. The K-Pg Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact Crater
Chris Lowery | University of Massachusetts
Sonia Tikoo | Rutgers University
Gail Christeson | UTIG
Timothy Bralower | Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
SH002. Collisionless Shock Waves in Astrophysical Plasmas
Alessandro Retino | Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas
Drew Turner | University of California
Ali Sulaiman | University of Iowa
Lynn Wilson | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
SH013. Novel Measurement Techniques for Space Plasma in Heliophysics and Planetary Science
Keiichi Ogasawara | Southwest Research Institute
Jason Gilbert | University of Michigan
John Bonnell | University of California
SH029. The Interstellar Probe Mission: NASA Study Findings and Next Steps
Pontus Brandt | Johns Hopkins Univ/APL
Richard Mewaldt | Caltech
Robert Wimmer-Schweingruber | Univ Kiel
Kathleen Mandt | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SM008. Magnetospheres in the Outer Solar System
Xianzhe Jia | University of Michigan
Chris Paranicas | Applied Physics Lab
George Hospodarsky | University of Iowa
SM011. Moon-Plasma Interactions Throughout the Solar System
Lucas Liuzzo | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
Sean Hsu | University of Colorado
Lorenz Roth | KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Sven Simon | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
SM013. Our Evolving Understanding of Auroral Processes and Magnetosphere Dynamics at Jupiter Through Juno and Earth-Based Observations
Robert Ebert | Southwest Research Institute
Scott Bolton | Southwest Research Institute
George Clark | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Masafumi Imai | University of Iowa