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Poster Session: Small Bodies: Remote Observations — Phobos, MMX

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

de Luis M.* Parro L. M.
Comparative Study of Pit Craters on Asteroids (951) Gaspra, (243) Ida, (433) Eros and the Martian Moon Phobos [#2530]
In the present work a catalogue of possible pit craters on the surface of several small bodies has been compiled and their sizes compared.
Kajitani I.* Kikuchi H.
The Crater Distribution in the Low Latitude Regions of Phobos [#2010]
Crater analysis was performed in eight regions of the Phobos low latitudes using a 3-D numerical shape model and high-resolution images.
Kikuchi H.* Hirata N. Miyamoto H. Hemmi R. Wada K.
Mass Wasting Features and Periodic Dynamics Changes on Phobos [#2701]
We identify mass wasting features globally on Phobos surface and calculate dynamic slopes considering the orbital eccentiricity in the current orbit.
Doressoundiram A.* Barucci M. A. Reess J.-M. Bernardi P. Fornasier S. et al.
Phobos Spectral Investigation with the MIRS Spectrometer On Board the Martian Moon eXploration (MMX) Mission [#1470]
The MIRS (MMX Infrared Spectrometer) will characterize the surface composition of Phobos and help decipher the origin of the martian moon’s formation.
Fukai R.* Usui T. Fujiya W. Takano Y. Bajo K. et al.
Curation Protocol of Phobos Sample Returned by Martian Moon Exploration (MMX) [#1352]
This study reports the curation protocols for the Phobos samples and refined the sample analysis procedures defined by sample analysis working team in MMX.
Théret N.* Jorda L. Sawyer E. Barrucci A. Reess J.-M. et al.
MMX Infrared Spectrometer Performances Assessed by Simulations [#1142]
This paper describes image simulations of MIRS instrument onboard the MMX probe, planned to orbit from 2025 around Phobos to find the origin of the martian moons.