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Poster Session: Mercury

Thursday, March 16, 2023, 6:30 PM
Town Hall Exhibit Area

Besse S.* Benkhoff J. Murakami G.
BepiColombo on Its Cruise to Mercury — Status, Results and Upcoming Activities [#2106]
Launched on 20 October 2018, BepiColombo is on route to Mercury and is already producing great science at Mercury and Venus.
Schroeder J. L.* Livi S. Allegrini F.
Strofio: A Status Update [#2060]
Strofio is a neutral mass spectrometer designed to explore the exosphere of Mercury. A status update on its current state will be presented.
Sun W. J.* Dewey R. M. Slavin J. A. Raines J. M. Poh G.
MESSENGER Observations of Distribution of Sodium-Group Ions Near Mercury’s Space: Their Dependence on True Anomaly Angle and Escape Rates [#2031]
Sodium-group ions near Mercury’s space: their dependence on true anomaly angle and escape rates.
Bauch K. E.* Morlok A. Hiesinger H. Reitze M. P. Schmedemann N. et al.
Unmixinig of Laboratory IR Spectral Reflectance Measurements of Low-Mg Northern Volcanic Plains Analogs [#2247]
We present results of spectral unmixing analyses of low-Mg northern volcanic plains analogs mineral mixtures using a non-linear unmixing model.
Morlok A.* Renggli C. Charlier B. Namur O. Klemme S. et al.
Analogs for the Terranes of Mercury: A FTIR Study in Preparation of the BepiColombo Mission [#2373]
We present mid-IR data of sythetic mixtures representing the surface of Mercury.
Rabinovitch J.* Qureshi A. Bernstein J. Guerra R. Knobloch B. et al.
Assessing Mercury Landing Site Properties with Messenger High-Resolution Image Data [#2937]
Mercury lander / Intercrater or smooth plains / Is anywhere safe?
Speyerer E. J.* Robinson M. S. Sonke A. J.
Present-Day Endogenic and Exogenic Activity on Mercury and Opportunities for Future Observations [#2119]
Temporal imaging shows evidence of recent impacts as well as possible landslides and hollow formation. New observations from BepiColombo can give new insight!
Wright J.* Caminiti E. Rae A. S. P. Besse S.
Source of Mercury's Hollow-Forming Materials: Preliminary Insights from Impact Simulations and MASCS Spectra [#2092]
Volatile skin deep / Or deeper still, Mercury? / MASCS and iSALE ask.
Giroud-Proeschel E.* Johnson C. L. Jellinek A. M.
Characterization of Hollow Locations Inside Craters of Different Degradation Indices on Mercury [#2123]
Craters of different degradation indices provide a framework to better understand the timing and evolution of hollows forming inside them.
Martinez-Camacho J. M.* Siegler M. A. Bertone S. Chabot N. L. Mazarico E. et al.
Modeling Temperatures and Ice Distribution at Mercury's South Pole [#3008]
We model surface and subsurface temperatures and ice stability at Mercury’s south pole using a ray-tracing thermal model.
Galluzzi V. Chabot N. L.* Rothery D. A. Giacomini L. Guzzetta L. et al.
Mercury Quadrangle Geological Map Series on Mercury QuickMap [#2056]
Mercury’s geology / For everyone to see / Now boundaries agree.
Blance A. J.* Rothery D. A. Balme M. R. Wright J. Galluzzi V. A.
Mercury's H11 Discovery Quadrangle: Mapping Progress Update [#2251]
An update on the mapping of Mercury’s H11 Discovery quadrangle, part of a series of maps aiming to cover Mercury globally at 1:3M scale.
Clark J. D.* Bernhardt H. Preusker F. Klimczak C. Banks M. E. et al.
Shortening Landforms in Mercury's H-11 Discovery Quadrangle - Novel, High-Resolution Topography Data Reveals Structural Control by Ancient Basins [#1608]
Novel, high-resolution topography reveals that a third of lobate scarps in Mercury’s H-11 quadrangle are likely structurally controlled by ancient basins.
Man B.* Rothery D. A. Balme M. R. Conway S. J. Wright J.
Geological Mapping of the Neruda Quadrangle (H13), Mercury: Status Update [#1543]
We present our geological mapping progress of the Neruda quadrangle (H13), Mercury.
Lennox A. R.* Rothery D. A. Wright J. Balme M. R. Conway S. J. et al.
The Global Occurrence of Very Smooth Plains Patches and Implications for Effusive Volcanism [#2049]
We report examples of small-scale effusive volcanic deposits on Mercury that may provide evidence for a protracted phase of waning effusive volcanism.
Szczech C. C.* Oberst J. Hussmann H. Preusker F. Stark A.
Basin Evolution and Crustal Structure on Mercury from Gravity and Topography Data [#1256]
Topography in combination with gravity data lead to an updated basin inventory, helping to understand basin formation and evolution processes.
Dunnigan A. H.* Soderlund K. M. Liu D. Steinbrügge G. Rivoldini A. et al.
Using Fe-S-Si Internal Structure Models to Study Mercury's Interior [#2371]
We constrain Mercury’s interior using internal structure models that meet certain geodetic constraints and assumptions about how its magnetic field is powered.