Hayabusa2 had successfully finished the Earth swing-by and is flying toward the target asteroid, Ryugu. NASA will launch OSIRIS-REx to return samples from Bennu this year, and ESA has almost completed Rosetta around comet 67P C-G.
Hayabusa return samples have been examined by in-depth researches in 1st to 3rd AOs. This time we would like to feature the organized sciences between remote-sensing and planetary materials as well as to review the sciences from Hayabusa-returned samples. Additionally, this symposium is jointed with the 39th Symposium on Antarctic Meteorites, which is detailed in the following URL.
Let us join and set a prospective to the future solar system science driven by these topics with this symposium!
- Organized science between remote-sensing and material science for Hayabusa2,
- OSIRIS-REx, and Rosetta missions
- Studies related to Hayabusa samples
- New insights from solar system material analysis
- Prospect of solar system evolution by theoretical, observational and experimental studies
- Technique and methodology of sample analysis
|Date of Symposium||November 29 – December 2, 2016|
|Abstract submission due||September 9, 2016|
|Proceedings due||to be announced|