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Poster Session: Lunar Missions, Payloads, and Preparation

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

Garman S. M.* Smith J. R.
Characterizing Electromagnetic Coupling with Lunar Regolith and Simulants for Wireless Power Transfer on the Lunar Surface [#1781]
Effects of Fe-enriched and standard lunar simulant on wireless power transfer using magnetically coupled resonators. Metallic Fe content and particle size are critical.
Young K. E.* Graff T. G. Evans C. A. Artemis Internal Science Team 
Artemis Internal Science Team Update: Artemis Science Flight Operations [#1357]
We describe ongoing work to integrate science into flight operations for Artemis, both in pre-mission and mission execution phases.
Amitabh * Suresh K. Prashar A. K. Abdullah S.
Terrain Characterisation of Potential Landing Sites for Chandrayaan-3 Lander Using Orbiter High Resolution Camera (OHRC) Images [#1037]
This paper describes characterisation of potential landing sites for Chandrayaan-3 lander on the basis of engineering constrains and terrain parameters.
Chaudhuri N.* Kusuma K. N. Bharathvaj S. A.
Understanding Lunar Olivine Composition of a Part of Oceanus Procellarum Using Terrestrial Analogues [#1965]
Terrestrial analogues of lunar olivine are used to derive the chemistry of lunar olivine from the M3 VNIR spectra.
Turchinskaya O. I.* Grishakina E. A. Tretyukhina O. S. Feoktistova E. A. Slyuta E. N.
Description of the Probable Location of the Visited Lunar Base on the Shaft of the Crater Shackleton [#1083]
The strategic advantage of placing the lunar base near Shackleton crater is that its location allows you to control the area of the south pole within 85°.
Seto E. P.* Bouey N. Y. Bywaters K. Ratliff K. M. Wood J.
In-situ and Flight Microbial Sterilization System for Future Missions [#2177]
Our work will investigate methods of sterilization to ensure that contamination is minimized for future exploration.
López-Martínez G.* Parro L. M.
Habitability Potential of Lunar Pit Craters: Marius Hills, Mare Tranquilitatis, Lacus Mortis and Mare Ingenii Pit [#2380]
We define the best pit craters suitable for establishing a lunar exploration base and we based our criteria on the data from LRO, GRAIL, Kaguya, among others.
Cohen B. A.* Cremons D. R. Greenhagen B. T. Hayne P. O. Paige D. A. et al.
Lunar Flashlight: Mapping Accessible Water Frost [#2228]
We have one request: / Cubesat with frickin’ laser / beams attached to it.
Swiney G.* Hernandez A.
Lunar Landing and Operations Policy Analysis [#1199]
NASA’s Office of Technology, Policy, and Strategy presents a policy analysis to address potential challenges to landing and operating at the lunar South Pole.