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### Poster Session 2: Moon

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Thursday, August 1, 2024, 5:30 PM

Marble Room

Andreev A. O.*
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Creation of a Method for Bringing Heterogeneous Satellite Optical Observations into a Single System**[#6087]

The created method for bringing heterogeneous satellite optical observations into a single system is based on orthogonal transformations without and taking into account systematic errors and solving a system of simultaneous equations.

Andreev A. O.*
Kolosov Y. A.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Construction of a Software Algorithm for Impact Craters Sampling**[#6088]

The software package was created that allows for transformation of altimetry measurements produced at scanning the lunar surface into a selenocentric dynamic coordinate system.

Churkin K. O.*
Demina N. Y.
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Creation of a Complex Digital Model of Navigation Selenographic Support of a Circumlunar Satellite System**[#6090]

A fundamentally new complex digital model of navigation selenographic support (MNSS) has been constructed that provides visualization and precise solution to navigation problems in circumlunar space.

Churkin K. O.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**The Study of Long-Period Dynamic Characteristics of Moonquakes Based on Space Missions Data**[#6091]

The method was developed for the investigation of seismic processes occurring on the Moon using the space observations.

Zagidullin A. A.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**The Use of Dynamic Parameters of the Moon for Creating a Lunar Coordinate System**[#6092]

In this work the physical libration of the Moon ephemeris constructed on the basis of lunar laser ranging data is compared with libration angles from theories constructed in other coordinate systems.

Zagidullin A. A.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Analysis of the Lunar Core Using Barkin's Theory of Physical Libration**[#6093]

In this paper, the possibilities of determining from observations the effects of the existence of the lunar core and determining its characteristics, primarily the compression of the core, are considered.

Nefedyev Y. A.*
Andreev A. O.

**Creation of a Model of a Macrofigure of the Moon’s Physical Surface Based on Observations of the “Apollo,” “Clementine,” “Kaguya,” “LRO” Space Missions**[#6096]

In this work we developed a method and created a model of a macrofigure of the physical surface of the Moon based on observations of the Apollo, Clementine, Kaguya, and LRO space missions.

Andreeva Z. M.*
Nefedyev Y. A.
Andreev A. O.

**Determination of Physical Parameters of the Moon Based on Space Measurements**[#6119]

In this work, the lunar gravitational field, dynamic figure, problem of the lunar core existence as well as free libration modes of the multi-layered Moon are analyzed using the space missions data.

Andreeva Z. M.*
Nefedyev Y. A.
Andreev A. O.

**Creation of a Reference Network of Craters on the Surface of the Moon**[#6121]

In this paper, the selenocentric dynamic system containing the coordinates of 272931 objects was built. The data from 12 systems of selenographic coordinates were brought to KSC-1162 selenocentric dynamic coordinate system for this purpose.

Demina N. Y.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Development of a Method for Observing the Lunar Beacon from the Earth**[#6123]

A method was developed for taking observations of the lunar beacon from Earth. The necessary parameters of the emissivity of beacons were determined and the technical capabilities of performing observations were simulated.

Demina N. Y.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Creation of Software for Simulation of Situations with Different Locations and Number of Beacons on the Surface of the Moon**[#6124]

In this work, a model of an experiment was built in which it is planned to measure the angles between directions to lunar light laser beacons (LLBs) from a lunar stationary satellite.

Kolosov Y. A.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Data Analysis on 274,000 Lunar Objects Using Deep Machine Learning and Neural Network Construction Methods**[#6182]

In this work, we analyzed the optical data on 274,000 lunar objects using transfer deep machine learning methods and constructing neural networks and assessed the possible content of extralunar matter within those craters.

Kolosov Y. A.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Development of a Software Package for Bringing Satellite Heterogeneous Optical Observations into the Unified System**[#6183]

The altimetry produced while scanning the lunar surface by the Apollo, Clementine, Kaguya, and LRO lunar missions was transformed into a single selenocentric dynamic coordinate system.

Mubarakshina R. R.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Analysis of Lunar Topography Using the Harmonic Method and Fractal Geometry**[#6186]

In this work, the fractal dependences for the lunar surface model are determined, the values of average fractal dimension are obtained.

Mubarakshina R. R.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Development of a Method for Reducing Space Lunar Images**[#6187]

The present work focuses on describing the method of bringing dynamic space images of various celestial objects to the uniform reference system.

Reed P.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**Analysis of Lunar Digital Maps Using the Fractal Method**[#6191]

In this paper, on the basis of the new method a comparative estimation of lunar maps data similarity (altitude isohypses constructed according to space- and groundbased observations) is conducted.

Reed P.*
Andreev A. O.
Nefedyev Y. A.

**The Simulation of Lunar Telescope Parameters**[#6193]

The aim of the present paper is to determine optimal parameters for the telescope placed on the lunar surface. The simulation of physical libration of the Moon using the lunar telescope was performed on the basis of multi-parameter analysis.

Sierzputowska A.*
Miljkovic K.

**Linking Lunar Samples with Source Craters: Resolution Requirements for Numerical Simulations**[#6261]

Numerical modeling of impact craters is essential for linking lunar samples with source craters. Resolution tests are a foundation for our future studies of impact cratering process on the Moon.

Su F.*
Zhang X. H.
Li Y. J.
He H. Y.
Li R. Y.

**Eruption Age of Chang’E 5 Basalts: Evidence from 40Ar/39Ar Dating**[#6281]

These are the first 40Ar/39Ar ages of Chang'e 5 basalts. By comparison of 40Ar/39Ar ages and Pb-Pb ages, it is confirmed that Chang'e 5 basalts came from the same volcanic eruption.

Holub D.
Schild T.
Harries D.*
Pořízka P.
Kaiser J.

**Quantitative Imaging of a Lunar Meteorite Sample by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Trained on Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy Data**[#6321]

A lunar meteorite sample was analyzed in this proof-of-concept study through applying machine-learning methodologies to a combination of SEM-EDX and high-volume LIBS data to provide quantitative mineralogical information.

Tang C. L.
Leong P. K.*
Leong W. H.
Zhang X. P.
Tang C. P.

**First-Principles Study of the Structures and Electronic Properties of Two Newly-Discovered Ti2O Phases from the Moon**[#6368]

Studying the crystal structures and electric properties of two newly discovered Ti2O by first-principles. The net charge ratio of trigonal Ti2O between Ti and O atoms are perfect 2:1. Triclinic Ti2O is an amorphous structure and Z=17 in unit-cell.

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