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Poster Session: Impact Potpourri

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

Shahi N.* Osinski G. R.
Hydrothermal Alteration Features at the Lac Couture Impact Structure, Canada [#2495]
The abstract discusses hydrothermal alterations in samples from the Lac Couture impact structure and aims to improve our understanding of such systems on Mars.
Wren P. F.* Fevig R. A.
Improved Constraints on Main Belt Binary Asteroid Systems Based on Ceres Doublet Impacts [#2133]
Expanded Ceres doublet crater study and added computational experimentation to improve constraints on the number and sizes of binary asteroids in the main belt.
Harris T. H. S.*
Indochinite Tektite Suborbital Assessment [#1333]
Steep first-way reentry angles and rapidly tumbling, irregular shapes reduce or eliminate reentry ablation, consistent with N. hemisphere source east of Indochina.
Meador J. Stooke P. J.*
Apollo 16 Lunar Module Ascent Stage Impact [#1025]
Orbit modelling suggests the Apollo 16 LM ascent stage crashed near 10 N, 104 E on 29 May 1972. A candidate impact structure is identified at 9.99 N, 104.26 E.
Ferrari F.* Topputo F. Merisio G. Franzese V. Buonagura C. et al.
The LUMIO CubeSat: Detecting Meteoroid Impacts on the Lunar Farside [#1456]
LUMIO is a ESA mission aimed at detecting meteoroid impact flashes on the lunar farside. The goal is to refine the meteoroid environment model in the Earth-Moon system.
Sharini K. S.* Osinski G. R.
Impact Melt Distribution in Copernicus Crater on the Moon [#2176]
Distribution of impact melt units — ponds, flows, channels and veneers in Copernicus crater.
Harris T. H. S.*
Indochinite Tektite Post-Solidus Alteration [#1331]
Indochinite tektites exhibit post-solidus alteration indicated by surface texture and morphometric trends consistent with disruption by high-voltage arcing.
Sharini K. S.* Kimi K. B. Harish  Tuhi S. Priya R. K. S. et al.
Modification of Craters in Mare Nectaris on the Moon [#2555]
Modification of craters (Fracastorius, Beaumont, Bohnenberger and Daguerre) located in the mare-highland boundary of the Nectaris basin.
Tada T.* Kurosawa K. Isa J. Ono H. Hamann C. et al.
Shock Recovery of Granite: Implications for Feather Features Formation [#2630]
Shock recovery experiments of granite were conducted to investigate the formation of feather features in quartz.
Minde P.*
A Possible Distal Exposure of the Vakkejokk Impact Ejecta Layer Suggesting Emplacement as Fluidized Ejecta [#1018]
A breccia exposure, at Roggenjarga peninsula in Lake Torneträsk, Here reported as an distal impactite layer likely linked to the Vakkejokk impact structure.
Trnka M.* Skála R. Pecková E. Venclová S.
Extremely Large Moldavite from Byňov near Nové Hrady (Southern Bohemia): Importance of Source Rock Chemical Composition in the Formation of Muong Nong Type Moldavites [#1191]
Splash form and Muong Nong-type moldavites were formed from slightly different sediments producing melts of different viscosities under the same PT conditions.
Misra S.* Newsom H. E. Ray D.
Involvement of Archaean Basement in Formation of Impact-Melt Bombs from Lonar Crater, India: A Geochemical Hypothesis Originated from Anthropogenic Samples [#1236]
The model of involvement of Archaean basement in the composition of the Lonar impact-melt bomb is originated from geochemical analyses of anthropogenic brick samples.
Molnár M. Ventura K. Poßekel J. Ernstson K.*
The Kolešovice 20 km-Diameter Structure (Czech Republic): Evidence of an Airburst Impact Crater [#1428]
Digital terrain model analyses, geology, and geophysics establish a new 20-km-diameter impact structure of Cretaceous-Tertiary age in the Czech Republic.
Keilmann J. U. Poßekel J. Ernstson K.*
End Moraine VS. Impact Event: The Cloppenburg (Northern Germany) Peak Ring Structure and the Ice Age Paradox [#1438]
A 100-km large terminal moraine landscape of the Saale Ice Age turns out to be a large peak-ring impact structure according to digital terrain model analyses.
Aswathi J.* Saranya R. C. James S. Devika P. Sajinkumar K. S.
PSInSAR as a New Tool to Monitor Subsidence of Ramgarh Crater [#2794]
This paper describes a remote sensing technique called PSInSAR that was applied to detect the subsidence and displacement of Ramgarh Crater.
Moore R. B.*
Addressing Challenges to Progress on a Previously Proposed Southern Mt Lofty Ranges Multiple Impact [#2835]
Part of a wider study concerning surface processes associated with oblique impacts.
Fischer-Gödde M.* Tusch J. Goderis S. Bragagni A. Mohr-Westheide T. et al.
Ruthenium Isotope Composition of Terrestrial Impact Rocks — A New Tool for Deducing Genetic Signatures of Meteoritic Projectiles [#2313]
We report the first nucleosynthetic ruthenium isotope anomlies for terrestrial impact rocks. The anomalies represent genetic fingerprints of the projectiles.
Tada T.* Tada R. Carling P. A. Songtham W. Thuyen L. X. et al.
Location of the Australasian Tektite Impact Event Based on Distribution of the Ejecta Deposits in the Eastern Indochina [#2606]
The location of the Australasian tektite impact event was estimated based on the thickness distribution of the ejecta deposit across eastern Indochina.
Ivanov M. A.* Head J. W. Hiesinger H.
Absolute Model Age Estimates of the Fecunditatis Basin and Mare Fecunditatis in the Region of Luna-16 Landing Site [#1233]
The AMA of ~4.45 Ga characterizes the area (~115 × 115 km) around the landing site.
Samaddar T.* Mehar J.
Investigation of Physical Properties of Lunar Crater Facies Using Radar Imagery [#3015]
To identify and characterize specific crater facies units such as rough boulder units, impact melts, and melt flows using Mini-RF radar data.
Horzempa P.*
Imbrium Double Basin [#2730]
The structure of the Imbrium basin on the Moon can best be explained by two separate impact events.
Horzempa P.*
Discovery of Small SPA Lunar Impact Basin [#2971]
The Lyman-Langmuir basin has been discovered on the farside of the Moon. It is located in the northern sector of the SPA basin region.
Watters W. A.* Fassett C. I.
Shape Distribution and Modification Sequence of Simple Craters in Lunar Maria [#2773]
Profile and planform crater shape parameters were measured to characterize the modification sequence and test a linear diffusion model.
Pathak S.* Sen R. Moitra H. Bhattacharya S. Gupta S.
Compositional Diversity Within Class-1 Lunar Floor-Fractured Crater Cardanus [#1380]
In this study, an attempt has been made to infer the compositional variability within the Cardanus Crater, a class-1 lunar FFC, in a spatial context.
Patel D. D.* Patel S. M. Solanki P. M.
Compositional and Morphological Study of Rutherfurd Crater [#2581]
We study the composition and morphology of the Rutherfurd crater located on the lunar nearside from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper and Narrow Angle Camera data.