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Poster Session: Mercury

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

Heitmann P.* Weber I. Reitze M. P. Hiesinger H. Morlok A. et al.
Comparison of Mid-IR Spectra of Various Silicates Under High Vacuum [#2028]
The aim of the study is to show whether the Christiansen feature (CF) in the mid-IR shows a linear dependence of the composition or not.
Krüger F.* Weber I. Reitze M. P. Hiesinger H. Morlok A. et al.
Comparison of Mid IR Spectra of Silicate and Glass Under High Vacuum [#1967]
We studied two expected endmember-materials, glass and plagioclase, of the surface of Mercury and their mixtures in mid-IR for MERTIS.
D'Amore M.* Helbert J. Maturilli A. Domingue D. L.
MESSENGER MASCS VIRS Updated Geometry [#2048]
MASCS instrument was onboard the NASA MESSENGER. MASCS acquired reflectance with an average 5-km scale. We computed MASCS geometries with an added DTM model.
Giacomini L.* Guzzetta L. Galluzzi V. Ferranti L. Palumbo P.
Geologic Mapping of Tolstoj Quadrangle (H08): Preliminary Results [#1949]
We present the status of the Tolstoj quadrangle (H08) geological mapping describing the features (e.g., tectonic structures, volcanic features) detected so far.
El Yazidi M.* Galluzzi V. Giacomini L. Massironi M.
Geological Mapping and Target Selection for the Western of Eminescu (H-09) Quadrangle (Mercury) in Support to SIMBIO-SYS Instrument of ESA/JAXA BEPICOLOMBO Mission [#1065]
We used MESSENGER/MDIS monochrome basemaps to produce 1:3M morpho-stratigraphic map for the western of the Eminescu (H-09) quadrangle.
Giuri B.* Hiesinger H. Van der Bogert C. H.
A New Global Map of Mercurian Smooth Plains [#2589]
We present a new global map of SPs with particular focus on focus on previously unmapped small-scale deposits and crater floors down to 20 km in diameter.
Stark A.* Hussmann H. Fienga A. Hu X. Oberst J. et al.
Frequency-Dependent Viscoelastic Tides of Mercury [#2889]
Mercury is subject to tidal deformation from tides raised by the Sun. We investigate Mercury’s viscoelastic response to these tides on different frequencies.