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Poster Session: Ceres, Pluto, and Kuiper Belt Objects

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

De Sanctis M. C.* Baratta G. A. Brucato J. R. De Angelis S. Ferrari M. et al.
Degradation of Organic Matter on Ceres: Results from Laboratory Experiments on Irradiated Samples [#2088]
Organics have been identified on Ceres and the experiments here reported indicate that organics should degrade on Ceres due to the radiation environment.
Schorghofer N.* Gaskell R. Mazarico E. Palmer E. Weirich J.
History of Ceres' Perennially Shadowed Regions Based on Refined Shape Models [#2592]
We determine the relation between bright ice deposits and perennially shadowed areas on Ceres based on stereophotoclinometry shape models of individual craters.
Neesemann A.* van Gasselt S. Jaumann R. Castillo-Rogez J. C. Raymond C. A. et al.
Mapping of Ceres by Dawn: New SPG and SPC DTMs of Occator Crater and Its Interior Cryovolcanism-Related Bright Deposits [#2450]
We created new stereophotogrammetric and stereophotoclinometric DTMs of Occator crater with its interior cryovolcanism-related bright carbonate deposits.
Carrozzo F. G.* De Sanctis M. C. Ferrari M. Raponi A. Ciarniello M. et al.
Spatial Distribution of the Absorption Band at 1.2 µm on the Surface of Ceres [#2099]
In this work we study the distribution at global scale of the 1.2-µm absorption on the surface of Ceres.
Mostafavi P.* Hill M. Kollmann P. Brandt P. Shrestha B. et al.
New Horizons Observations of Energetic Particles in the Outer Heliosphere [#2087]
New Horizons is the only spacecraft equipped with proper instruments to measure energetic pickup ions in the outer heliosphere. We study the PUI observations.
Fraser W. C.* Porter S. B. Lin H. W. Napier K. Spencer R. J. et al.
Approaches to Detecting Kuiper Belt Objects for NASA’s New Horizons Extended Mission: Digging Into the Noise [#2361]
Using a novel machine-learning technique for detection of moving objects we have uncovered evidence of a previous undetected belt of planetesimals beyond ~80 au.
Dirri F.* Galiano A. Longobardo A. Palomba E. Schmitt B. et al.
VIS-NIR Spectral Characterization of Laboratory Analogue Mixtures of Haulani: Assessment of Mineralogical Composition of Bright Areas on Ceres [#1716]
In this work different Haulani bright areas on Ceres are studied by producing different analogue mixtures and comparing the spectral results with Dawn VIR data.