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Poster Session: Updates on Outer Solar System Missions and Instruments in Development and Future Observations

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

Stern J. C.* Trainer M. G. Brinckerhoff W. B. Grubisic A. Danell R. M. et al.
Development of the Dragonfly Mass Spectrometer (DraMS) for Titan [#1667]
Working the design / For DraMS to fly to Titan / Much progress achieved.
Czaplinski E. C.* Hodyss R. Cable M. L. MacKenzie S. M. Núñez J. I. et al.
Microscopic Imaging of Titan Surface Materials in Preparation for Dragonfly [#2778]
Imaging shape, size / Of lab samples to prepare / For Dragonfly’s pics.
Engle A. E.* Peplowski P. N. Parsons A. M. Ayllon-Unzueta M. Wilson J. T. et al.
Tuning DraGNS’ Interpretations to Titan’s Expected Surface Environment [#2545]
Conducting experiments of Titan surface simulants using Dragonfly DraGNS-like instrumentation to benchmark common Titan elements.
Korth H.* Pappalardo R. Buratti B. Craft K. Howell S. et al.
Europa Clipper: Mission Status and Update [#1518]
With a launch readiness date of late 2024, NASA’s Europa Clipper will set out on a journey to explore the habitability of Jupiter’s moon Europa.
Becker T. M.* Zolotov M. Yu. Gupipati M. S. Soderblom J. M. McGrath M. A. et al.
The Europa Clipper Mission: Planned Investigations of the Composition of an Icy World [#2819]
Icy ocean world / Europa composition / Clipper to cxplore.
Blaney D. L.* Hibbitts C. Green R. O. Clark R. N. Dalton J. B. et al.
The Mapping Imaging Spectrometer for Europa (MISE): Performance and Calibration [#2472]
The Mapping Imaging Spectrometer for Europa (MISE) on the Europa Clipper Mission calibration and performance data will be presented.
Seelos F. P.* Hayes J. Hibbitts C. A. Redick R. Blaney D. L.
The Mapping Imaging Spectrometer for Europa (MISE) On-Instrument Data Processing for Radiation Noise Mitigation [#2225]
MISE on-instrument data processing supports investigation science requirements while adhering to mission, S/C, and instrument resource constraints.
Turtle E. P.* McEwen A. S. Patterson G. W. Ernst C. M. Elder C. M. et al.
The Europa Imaging System (EIS) Flight Instruments in Spacecraft and Environmental Testing for Europa Clipper [#2532]
Cameras to reveal / Europa’s fractured landscapes / Ice shell mysteries.
Roberts J. H.* Cable M. L. Raymond C. A. Schroeder D. M. Rymer A. M. et al.
Exploring the Interior of Europa with Europa Clipper [#2448]
Induction and sounding and tides / Will get at Europa’s insides / These techniques are superior / To probe the interior / And explore where life might reside.
Cascioli G.* Mazarico E. M.
New Approach to Measure Europa's Hydrosphere Thickness with Europa Clipper [#1517]
We propose a new approach based on gravity field spectrum to infer the hydrosphere thickness of Europa using Europa Clipper.
Poulet F.* Piccioni G. Langevin Y. Dumesnil C. Tommasi L. et al.
The Visible and Infrared Imaging Spectrometer MAJIS on ESA JUICE Mission [#1310]
We describe the visible and infrared imaging spectrometer MAJIS (Moons And Jupiter Imaging Spectrometer) capabilities onboard JUICE as shown prior to launch.
Haffoud P.* Langevin Y. Poulet F. Vincendon M. Barbis A. et al.
Radiometric Simulator of MAJIS Onboard the JUICE Mission: A Case Study of Jupiter Hotspot [#1430]
A radiometric simulator for MAJIS has been developed. Simulations of a Jupiter hot spot are presented to discuss the instrument’s performances and versatility.
Hammel H. B. Grundy W.* Stern S. A. Spencer J. Mayorga L. C. et al.
Exploring Ice Giants at High Phase with New Horizons [#1549]
New Horizons will observe Uranus and Neptune in its second extended mission, obtaining obtain high-phase, multi-color photometry of Uranus and Neptune.
Velez M. A.* Retherford K. D. Hue V. Kammer J. A. Becker T. M. et al.
Catalog of Ultraviolet Bright Stars (CUBS): Strategies for UV Occultation Measurements, Planetary Illumination Modeling, and Sky Map Analyses Using Hybrid IUE-Kurucz Spectra [#2553]
CUBS (Catalog of Ultraviolet Bright Stars) serves as a helpful tool to assist in planning UV mission activities such as stellar occultations.