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  Oral Programme - GI6 Space Instrumentation (co-listed in G, AS, OS, PS & ST)

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Convener: Leese, M.
Co-Convener: Kargl, G., Falkner, P.

Thursday, 17 April 2008

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 2

Chairperson: LEESE, M.

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8:30 - 8:45
EGU2008-A-00916;  GI6-1TH1O-001
Delcourt, D.; Saito, Y.; Illiano, J.M.; Berthelier, J.J.; Fontaine, D.; Krupp, N.; Fraenz, M.; Godefroy, M.; Fischer, H.; Yokota, S.; THE MMO MSA TEAM (continued)
The Mass Spectrum Analyzer onboard Bepi Colombo MMO : scientific objectives and prototype results

8:45 - 9:00
EGU2008-A-09097;  GI6-1TH1O-002
Huenerbein, A; Preusker, R
Study on a Radiometric and spectral requirements of a Post-EPS Visible/Infrared Imager

9:00 - 9:15
EGU2008-A-06768;  GI6-1TH1O-003
Pirard, B.; Bravar, U.; Flueckiger, E. O.; Macri, J. R.; Mallik, P.; McConnell, M. L.; MacKinnon, A.; Moser, M.; Ryan, J. M.; Woolf , R.
Simulation of a solar neutron spectrometer for future space missions in the inner heliosphere, from prototype calibrations to flight instrument performances

9:15 - 9:30
EGU2008-A-10333;  GI6-1TH1O-004
Moutoussamy, J.; Coillot, C.; Chanteur, G.M.; Alvès, F.
Feasibility of a Giant Magneto-Impedance sandwich magnetometer for space apllications

9:30 - 9:45
EGU2008-A-03209;  GI6-1TH1O-005
Oswald, T.H.; Macher, W.; Rucker, H.O.
Inclusion of plasma effects in numerical spacecraft antenna calibration

9:45 - 10:00
EGU2008-A-05102;  GI6-1TH1O-006
Ulamec, S.; Biele, J.
Strategies for Landing on small Bodies


Chairperson: KARGL, G.

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10:30 - 10:45
EGU2008-A-07337;  GI6-1TH2O-001
Paar, G.; Oberst, J.; Barnes, D.P.; Griffiths, A.D.; Jaumann, R.; Coates, A.J.; Muller, J.-P.; Gao, Y.; Li, R.
ExoMars Panoramic Camera 3D Vision: Expected Quality of Rover Surroundings Description

10:45 - 11:00
EGU2008-A-03294;  GI6-1TH2O-002
Kaufmann, E.; Kömle, N.I.; Kargl, G.; Steller, M.; Tatschl, F.; Schwarzl, H.; Romstedt, J.
Melting probe prototype: new results

11:00 - 11:15
EGU2008-A-10686;  GI6-1TH2O-003
Richter, L.; Brucks, A.; Dalcolmo, J.; Grott, M.; Kargl, G.; Mehls, C.; Nadalini, R.; Roesner, K.; Spohn, T.
Engineering Challenges of the Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3) on ExoMars

11:15 - 11:30
EGU2008-A-11606;  GI6-1TH2O-004
Klingelhöfer, G.; Rodionov, D.; Blumers, M.; Strüder, L.; Lechner, P.; Bernhardt, B.; Henkel, H.; Girones Lopez, J.; d'Uston, C.; Studlek, G.
The advanced miniaturized Mössbauer Spectrometer MIMOS IIA

11:30 - 11:45
EGU2008-A-01732;  GI6-1TH2O-005
Wilcox, J; Urgiles, E.; Toda, R.; Crisp, J.
Electron Induced Excitation of XRF to determine Elemental Composition of Samples in Planetary Atmosphere


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