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Poster Session: Instrument Concepts: Imaging, Spectroscopy, and Magnetometers

Tuesday, March 14, 2023, 6:30 PM
Town Center Exhibit Hall

Schindhelm R. N.* Yingst R. A. Osterman D.
A High Dynamic Range Camera for Lunar Polar Science and Exploration [#1024]
Revelio is a high sensitivity visible/near infrared camera that expands the range of imaging environments for landed or roving missions on the lunar surface.
Lee D.* Moon B. Jeong M. Shin J. Kim J. et al.
Preliminary Design of the GrainCams Payload: A Suite of Two Light Field Cameras for the Study of Dust Particles on the Lunar Surface [#1772]
This paper presents the preliminary design of the GrainCams payload, which comprises two light field cameras, for studying dust particles on the lunar surface.
Klima R. L.* Carroll K. A. Hackett J. P. Meyer H. M. Ames W. F. et al.
In Situ Measurements of a Lunar Swirl Using the Lunar Vertex Rover Multispectral Microscope [#2718]
Mysterious swirl / Multispectral microscope / Solve your riddle soon.
Lee L. M.* Edwards C. S. Haberle C. Shafer M. Trilling D. et al.
The VISible and Infrared ObservatioN System (VISIONS) Overview [#2232]
The VISible and Infrared ObservaitoN System is Northern Arizona University’s student-led, low-cost, dual-wavelength imager for planetary science applications.
Lucey P. G.* Akagi J. Lee A. Yamamoto K. Ferrari-Wong C. M. et al.
PORIS: An Astronaut-Borne Portable Infrared Imaging Spectrometer for Rapid Assessment and Downselect of Potential Rock and Soil Samples [#1595]
PORIS is a 360-g thermal infrared imaging spectrometer field tested in Iceland, Meteor Crater, and the Grand Canyon.
Pérez-López S. A.* Kremer C. H. Mustard J. F. Bramble M. S. Pieters C. M. et al.
Sim C. K.* Choi Y.-J. Lee D. Baek S.-M. Shin J. et al.
DALO: MSIT-Funded Science Payloads for Lunar Landers [#1494]
Korea’s science payloads for CLPS lunar landers: LUSEM, GrainCams, LVRAD, and LSMAG. LUSEM is a part of the IM-3 mission to Reiner Gamma swirl in 2024.
Karmakar P.* Garg D. Singh A. Saratha G. Paul D. et al.
Planning and Operations Using Orbiter High Resolution Camera Onboard Chandrayaan-2 [#1984]
Payload planning and operations of OHRC onboard Chandrayaan-2 considering all bus and payload constraints.
Cano S.* Sands C. Smith C. Huang A.
Active SpecTROmeter for Small Satellites (ASTROSS) [#2722]
The Active SpecTROmeter for Small Satellites features co-orbiting pairs of CubeSats as an active spectroscopy platform for use in future planetary missions.
Kim K. J.* Kim S. Y. Choi Y. Park J. H. Kim Y. K. et al.
GRB221009A and Other Gamma-Ray Monitoring Data in Deep Space by KPLO Gamma-Ray Spectrometer [#2321]
The KPLO Gamma-Ray Detector detected GRB221009A and measured gamma-ray backgound in deep space during the cruise period. These will be good reference data.
Ayllon Unzueta M. A. U.* Parsons A. P. Peplowski P. N. P. Persaud A. P. Wilson J. W.
Bulk Elemental Composition Measurements of Meteorites via Neutron-Induced Gamma Ray Spectroscopy [#2393]
We developed a nondestructive technique based on fast neutron-induced gamma ray spectroscopy that can precisely measure the elemental composition of meteorites.
Schröder S.* Böttger U. Buder M. Bunduki Y. Cho Y. et al.
RAX: The Raman Spectrometer on the MMX Rover for In-Situ Surface Analysis on Phobos [#2549]
RAX was successfully integrated into MMX rover in Oct 2022. Rover delivery to JAXA in summer 2023. MMX mission launch in 2024.
Kelly E. M.* Egan M. J. Colón A. Angel S. M. Sharma S. K.
Half-Inch Monolithic Spatial Heterodyne Raman Spectrometer — A Polarization Study and Potential Tool for Planetary Exploration [#3020]
This study encompassed the testing of the instrumental properties of a new 1/2-inch mSHRS to evaluate its suitability for planetary exploration.
Jakubek R. S.* Fries M. D.
Laser Photodegradation of Macromolecular Carbon in Meteorites and Coals During Raman Spectral Collection [#1852]
Raman laser irradiation of macromolecular carbon in meteorites and terrestrial samples causes photodegradation and carbon structural changes.
Seel F.* Schröder S. Chide B. Dietz E. Hübers H.-W.
The Influence of the Laser Irradiance on Laser-Induced Shock Waves on Mars [#1941]
We present measurements that give insight into the influence of the laser irradiance on SuperCam’s acoustic LIBS measurements on Mars.
Rapin W.* Maurice S. Ollila A. Wiens R. C. Dubois B. et al.
μLIBS: A Micro-Scale Elemenal Analyser for Lightweight In Situ Exploration [#1942]
We propose a new 1.5-kg instrument to perform elemental grid microanalyses at 20–50 cm standoff without the need of a turret or arm.
Cannon K. M.* Rampe E. Malaret E. King I. Chen J. et al.
Mineralogical, Elemental, and Tomographic Reconnaissance Investigation for CLPS (METRIC): A Proposed Mission to the Lunar South Pole-Aitken Basin [#2130]
METRIC is a lunar characterization suite consisting of an XRD/F, XCT, and infrared spectrometer. We describe a proposed mission to exhumed SPA ejecta deposits.
Hanna R. D.* Ketcham R. A. Maisano J. A. Colbert M. W. Edey D. R.
Planetary Science Enabling Facility: University of Texas High-Resolution X-Ray CT Facility (UTCT) [#1527]
We describe the instruments and services available at UTCT, a NASA Planetary Science Enabling Facility for 3D X-ray computed tomography.
Espley J. R.*
Magnetic Observations of the Martian Subsurface [#2787]
Magnetic observations at Mars can characterize its subsurface. One example is local scale mapping of lava tubes.
Waller C. D.* Vines S. K. Anderson B. J. Blewett D. T. Milanes A. O. et al.
Magnetic Gradiometry and Ongoing Modeling Efforts for the Lunar Vertex Mission [#1820]
Looking for sources / Hidden in noisy fields of / Splendid lunar swirls.
Lihn S. D.* Chi P. J.
Rover Concept for Exploring Lunar and Martian Crustal Magnetic Fields [#2300]
We design a low-cost rover with an array of magnetometers controlled by a single-board computer for surveying lunar and martian crustal magnetic fields.
Grimm R. E.* Delory G. T. Espley J. R. McLain J. Stillman D. E.
Magnetotelluric Sounding of Solid-Body Interiors: Progress and Prospects [#1379]
This transformative approach to in situ sounding is ultrawideband, largely insensitive to source-field properties, and can be done entirely at a single station.
Fraeman A. A.* Bender H. A. McKinley I. M. Gibson M. S. Smith C. D. et al.
An Ultra-Compact Imaging Spectrometer for the Lunar Surface: UCIS-Moon [#1497]
We are building an ultra-compact visible to shortwave infrared imaging spectrometer (0.6–3.6 µm) optimized for science on the lunar surface named UCIS-Moon.
Eshelman E.* Schattner L. Carlson T. Michels J. Willis M. et al.
Hyperspectral Organic Detection in the Near Subsurface with Ultraviolet Fluorescence Spectroscopy [#1766]
The PERISCOPE instrument, under development to TRL 5, is intended to enable in situ organic detection and classification in the near subsurface.
Winebrenner D. P.* Bay R. C. Bramall N. E.
Toward Vertical Profiling of Organics in Planetary Ices with Economical Use of Spacecraft Resources [#2865]
We propose rapid surveying of the vertical distribution of organics and mineral dust in planetary ices at high sensitivity and depth resolution.
Okada T.* Tanaka S. Sakatani N. Shimaki Y. Arai T. et al.
Thermal Infrared Multiband Imager TIRI for ESA Hera Mission to Didymos Binary Asteroid [#1604]
The thermal imager TIRI onboard Hera is to investigate thermophysical properties and composition of binary asteroid Didymos and the science case is discussed.
Patrick E. L.* George D. E. ENABLE Team 
Enabling Analytical Chemistry of the Lunar Surface-Bounded Exosphere (SBE): Recording Native and Artificial Gas Sources at the Lunar Surface [#2477]
Review of the Environmental Analysis of the Bounded Lunar Exosphere (ENABLE) project, its suitability for the lunar exospheric environment, and current status.