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Poster Session: Results from DART and LICIACube 4: Humanity's First Planetary Defense Test Mission

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

Nath A.*
Citizen Science for Planetary Defense: Using Remote Telescopes, Open Data, and Python to Study the Didymos System Before and After the Impact and Teach Others [#2958]
My citizen science project aimed to use open science to measure changes in the Didymos system before and after the DART impact.
Zinzi A.* Della Corte V. Barnouin O. S. Deshapriya J. D. P. Hasselmann P. et al.
Constraining the Shape of Dimorphos Using Computer Vision on LICIACube LUKE Images [#2021]
We developed an automated pipeline to analyze LUKE images. The size of the Dimorphos shadowed hemisphere found is compatible with to what was found by DART.
Trigo-Rodríguez J. M.* Pérez-García I. Llenas J. M. Castro-Tirado A. J. Fernández-García E. et al.
Photometric Follow-Up Observations of the DART Impact Effects on the Didymos System from Spain [#1425]
Dust trail observations and G-band photometric results of an observing campaign in Spain to monitor DART impact effects on Didymos system are presented.
Agrusa H. F.* Gkolias I. Tsiganis K. Meyer A. J. Scheeres D. J. et al.
The Post-Impact Spin State of Dimorphos Resulting from the DART Impact [#2223]
Dimorphos gets hit / orbit dynamics ensue / it might get chaotic.
Lazzarin M.* La Forgia F. Migliorini A. Farina A. Frattin E. et al.
Rotationally-Resolved Characterization of the Near-Earth Didymos-Dimorphos Binary System After the NASA/DART Impact [#2080]
A spectroscopic investigation of the binary system Dydimos-Dimorphos has been perfomed after the DART impact from Asiago telescopes (180-cm and 120-cm).
Ramsley K. R.* Head J. W.
DART Impact: Setting Constraints Using the Tsiolkovsky Rocket Equation [#1079]
Using the Tsiolkovsky rocket equation, our study suggests why the DART spacecraft accelerated asteroid Dimorphous ~5X faster than consensus predictions.
Gisellu C. Palomba E.* Dirri F. Longobardo A. Biondi D. et al.
In-Situ Dust Detection for Didymos-Dimorphos Binary System Environment Characterization [#2732]
VISTA is a dust sensor that will fly onboard the Milani CubeSat for ESA’s Hera space mission. It will detect the presence of dust around the Didymos binary system.
Kanamaru M.* Tommei G. Okada T. Sakatani N. Shimaki Y. et al.
Thermophysical Model Development to Simulate Non-Gravitational Acceleration on Binary Asteroid [#2949]
We developed a thermophysical model for a binary asteroid and simulated non-gravitational acceleration.