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Program of the 42nd Brown-Vernadsky Microsymposium on Comparative Planetology
October 10-12, Moscow, Russia

MONDAY October 10:

9:15 - 9:30 Opening ceremony: E.M. Galimov and C.M. Pieters

9:30 - 13:00 Session: Mars STUDIES, A. Chicarro and A. A. Kostrikov, chairs

9:30 - 10:05 MARS EXPRESS SCIENTIFIC OVERVIEW AFTER ONE MARTIAN YEAR IN ORBIT. A. Chicarro (m42_11)

10:05 - 10:40 MARS ATMOSPHERE AND CLIMATOLOGY WITH MARS-EXPRESS: MAIN RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTS WITH RUSSIAN PARTICIPATION. O.I. Korablev, L.V. Zasova, A.A. Fedorova, A.V. Rodin, N.I. Ignatiev, A.K. Rybakova, V. Formisano, J.-L. Bertaux, J.-P. Bibring, and all members of PFS, SPICAM and OMEGA Teams (m42_33)

10:40 - 11:10 Synoptic wind measurements in the martian atmosphere close to perihelion. V. Kaydash, M. Kreslavsky, Yu. Shkuratov, G. Videen, M. Wolff, J. Bell (m42_29)

11:10 - 11: 40 SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF THE BOUND WATER CONTENT ON THE MARTIAN SURFACE: GLOBAL MAPPING OF THE 6.1 µm EMISSIVITY BAND BASED ON TES DATA. R. O. Kuzmin, P. R. Christensen, M. Yu. Zolotov, and S. Anwar (m42_42)

11:40 - 12:00 MAPPING OF ADSORBED AND BOUND WATER IN MARS REGOLITH BASED ON MARS EXPRESS/OMEGA DATA. N.A. Evdokimova, R.O.Kuzmin, A.V. Rodin, A.A. Fedorova, J.-P. Bibring and OMEGA Team (m42_16)

12:00 - 12:30 TENSION CRACKING ALONG HELICAL GLIDE LINES AS ORIGIN OF MARTIAN NORTH POLAR CAP SPIRALS A. A. Kostrikov and I. A. Garagash (m42_38)

12:30 - 13:00 CLIMATE-RELATED ALTERATION OF CRATERS IN THE NORTHERN PLAINS OF MARS. M. A. Kreslavsky and J. W. Head (m42_39)

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break

14:00 - 18:00 Session: Mars STUDIES (cont.), V.-P. Kostama and T. V. Gudkova, chairs

14:00 - 14:30 MODIFICATION OF THE DICHOTOMY BOUNDARY ON MARS BY AMAZONIAN MID-LATITUDE REGIONAL GLACIATION. J.W. Head, A. L. Nahm, D. R. Marchant, G. Neukum and the Mars Express HRSC Team. (m42_20)

14:30 - 15:00 WATER AND ICE IN CENTRAL NOACHIS TERRA, MARS? J. Korteniemi, M. Aittola, T. Öhman, T. Törmänen and J. Raitala (m42_36)

15:00 - 15:30 The evolution of the Reull Vallis fluvial system, Mars. V.-P. Kostama, M. Ivanov, J. Korteniemi and J. Raitala (m42_37)

15:30 - 16:00 DELTAS FORMED IN AN ANCIENT CRATER LAKE IN THE NILI FOSSAE REGION OF MARS. C. I. Fassett and J. W. Head (m42_17)

16:00 - 16:20 Coffee break

16:20 - 16:50 INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF MARS. V.N. Zharkov, T.V. Gudkova

16:50-17:20 EVOLUTION OF THE ALBA PATERA SHIELD VOLCANO, MARS. M.A. Ivanov, J.W. Head.

17:20 - 17:50 GEOLOGY OF THE EASTERN FLANK OF THE OLYMPUS MONS VOLCANO AS SEEN IN MEX HRSC IMAGES OF MARS. A. T. Basilevsky, G. Neukum, S. Werner, S. van Gasselt, K. Gwinner, and B. A. Ivanov (m42_06)

18:00 - 20:30 Slide session and American buffet

Tuesday October 11: 9:30 - 12:50, Session: Lunar STUDIES, D. Stankevich and S.G. Pugacheva, chairs.

9:30 - 10:00 MOON MINERALOGY MAPPER (M3): SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES. C. M. Pieters and the M3 Team (m42_57)

10:00 - 10:30 impact melting of regolith particles by micrometeorites as the main mechanism of soil Maturation: surface and volume effects. L. V. Starukhina (m42_63)

10:30 - 11:00 CHEMICAL MODIFICATION IN THE LUNAR OLIVINE MICROCRYSTALS UNDER THE SOLAR COSMIC RAY. L.L. Kashkarov, S.N. Shilobreeva, G.V. Kalinina (m42_28)

11:00 - 11:20 Coffee break

11:20 - 11:50 Principal Component Analysis of Lunar Soil Characterization Consortium data. D. Stankevich, Y. Shkuratov, C. Pieters (m42_62)

11:50 - 12:20 THE PARAMETERS INVOLVED IN HAPKE’S MODEL FOR ESTIMATION OF THE COMPOSITION OF THE EJECTA LUNAR TERRAINS. S.G. Pugacheva, V.V. Shevchenko (m42_60)

12:20 - 12:50 AN ORIGIN FOR THE SOUTH POLE-AITKEN BASIN THORIUM. V.I. Chikmachev, S.G.Pugacheva (m42_12)

12:50 - 14:00 Lunch break

14:00 - 15:30 ORAL POSTERS 1, J. Korteniemi and G.G Kochemasov, leaders of the session. Posters are put on the appropriately numbered stands and are given according to the prescribed numbers.


MARS STUDIES

1. GEOMETRY AND FLOW PARAMETERS OF LAVAS OF OLYMPUS MONS VOLCANO: MARS. E. A. Bazilevskaya and G. Neukum (m42_07)

2. DEEP RADAR SOUNDING OF MARTIAN POLAR DEPOSITS: RADIATIVE TRANSFER MODELS. Ya. A. Ilyushin (m42_15)

3. COLUMBIA HILLS, MARS: FE-POOR, P-RICH, S-RICH AND OTHER VARIETIES OF LAYERED ALKALINE ROCKS ARE SIMILAR TO NEPHELINE SYENITES OF LAYERED LOVOZERO MASSIF, KOLA PENINSULA, RUSSIA. G. G. Kochemasov (m42_32)

4. FLUVIAL CHANNEL RESULTED IN ALLUVIAL FAN FORMATION IN ICARIA PLANUM, MARS. J. Korteniemi, J. Raitala, M. Aittola, V.-P. Kostama, E. Hauber, P. Kronberg, G. Neukum and the HRSC Co-Investigator Team (m42_35)

5. DEVELOPMENT OF AN UNUSUAL CRATER IN ARABIA TERRA, MARS H. Lahtela, C. Popa, J. Korteniemi, G. Di Achille, G. G. Ori, G. Neukum and the HRSC Co-Invesigator Team (m42_43)

6. DISTRIBUTION AND ORIGIN OF ORIENTED- AND NON-ORIENTED POLYGONALLY PATTERNED GROUND IN MULLINS AND CENTRAL BEACON VALLEYS, ANTARCTICA: INTERACTION OF GLACIAL FLOW AND SUBLIMATION IN A MARS-ANALOG ENVIRONMENT. J. S. Levy, J. W. Head, III, and D. R. Marchant (m42_47)

7. COPRATES CHASMA NORTH WALL INTERIOR LAYERED DEPOSIT: LAYER MEASUREMENTS AND COMPARISON WITH JUVENTAE CHASMA ILDS USING MARS EXPRESS HIGH RESOLUTION STEREO CAMERA (HRSC) DERIVED TOPOGRAPHY. Michael, G., E. Hauber, K. Gwinner, R. Stesky, F. Fueten, D. Reiss, H. Hoffmann, R. Jaumann, G. Neukum, T. Zegers, and the HRSC Co-Investigator Team (m42_50)


LUNAR STUDIES

8. ABSOLUTE CALIBRATION OF LUNAR SPECTROPHOTOMETRY DATA. L. A. Akimov, and Yu. I. Velikodsky (m42_02)

9. ENHANCED BACKSCATTERING OF POLARIZED LIGHT: EFFECT OF REGOLITH PARTICLE SHAPE ON OPPOSITION BRIGHTNESS PEAK EXHIBITED BY SOME SOLAR SYSTEM BODIES. J. M. Dlugach and M.I.Mishchenko (m42_14)

10. Recalibrating INTEGRAL PHOTOMETRY OF THE MOON USING TELESCOPIC and Clementine OBSERVATIONS. V.V. Korokhin, Yu.I. Velikodsky, V.G. Kaydash, and Yu.G. Shkuratov (m42_34)

11. modeling POLARIZATION PROPERTIES OF LUNAR REGOLITH WITH T-MATRIX APPROACH. D.V. Petrov, E.S. Zubko, E.N. Synelnyk, Yu.G. Shkuratov (m42_56)

12. Optimal observational conditions of the planetary surface for the relief reconstruction with photometric method. S. I. Skuratovsky, I. A. Dulova, Yu. V. Kornienko, N. V. Bondarenko (m42_61)

13. influence of surface roughness on scattering properties of wavelength-size particles simulating regolith grains. E. Zubko, K. Muinonen, T. Nousiainen, Yu. Shkuratov, and G. Videen (m42_71)

VENUS STUDIES

14. LINE MIXING AND COLLISIONAL BROADENING IN THE THERMAL RADIATION OF THE LOWER VENUS ATMOSPHERE:. T.S. Afanasenko and A. V. Rodin (m42_01)

15. COLORADO RING STRUCTURE: A POSSIBLE ANALOG OF CORONAE ON VENUS. G. A. Burba (m42_09)

16. NIKOLAEVA PATERA IN ASTERIA REGIO ON VENUS: A SMALL CORONA AT JUNCTION OF TWO REGIONAL FAULT BELTS. G. A. Burba (m42_10)

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break

16:00 - 17:30 ORAL POSTERS 2. J. Korteniemi and O.B. Khavroshkin, leaders of the session. Posters are put on the appropriately numbered stands and are given according to the prescribed numbers.


METEORITES

17. SOLAR ACTIVITY AND CLIMATE CHANGES OF THE EARTH. V. A. Alexeev (m42_05)

18. THE NATURAL THERMOLUMINESCENCE AND ORBITS OF METEORITES. A.I. Ivliev, V.A. Alexeev (m42_27)

19. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MAGNETIC AND NONMAGNETIC PHASES IN ABEE (EH4): REPRESENTATIVE OF EH PARENT BODY. Z.A. Lavrentjeva, A.Yu. Lyul, N.A. Shubina, G.M. Kolesov (m42_44)


GENERAL PLANETOLOGY

20. ABOUT THE KEY FOR THE RESEARCH OF INHOMOGENEITY AND DEFORMATION OF THE PLANET CRUST. O.B. Khavroshkin, V.V. Tsyplakov, V.N. Raskhozhev (m42_30)

21. CASSINI’ LESSON: SQUARE CRATERS, SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER EVEN-SIZE ALIGNED AND IN GRIDS CRATERS HAVING WAVE INTERFERENCE NATURE MUST BE TAKEN OUT OF AN IMPACT CRATERS STATISTICS TO MAKE IT REAL. G.G. Kochemasov (m42_31)

22. Application of adaptive dynamic regression modeling for processing and the analysis of some changes of duration of terrestrial average day. S. V. Kurkina (m42_41)

23. LUNAR AND EARTHEN ARCS. G.F. Makarenko (m42_49)

24. POSSIBLE REDUCTION OF SLIGHTLY SIDEROPHILE ELEMENTS IN IMPACT PROCESS. O. I. Yakovlev, Yu. P. Dikov, M. V. Gerasimov (m42_70)

ACCRETION, COMETS, ASTEROIDS, TITAN
25. EXPERIMENTAL MODELING OF THE IMPACT ON A COMET. V.A. Alekseev, A.K. Kondratenko and A.E. Poltanov (m42_03)

26. TIME ESTIMATE FOR CONSOLIDATION AND DISINTEGRATION OF AN ASTEROID – RUBBLE PILE. THE SIMPLEST MODEL. A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS. G.A. Leikin and A.N. Sanovich (m42_46)

27. THE EARLIEST NAMES ON TITAN: NOMENCLATURE SYSTEM FOR ONE MORE WORLD. T. C. Owen, K. Aksnes, R. Beebe, J. Blue, A. Brahic, G. A. Burba, B. A. Smith, and V. G. Tejfel (m42_52)

28. GROWTH OF CONDENSATIONS IN THE PREPLANETARY DISK AND THE PLANETS FORMATION. G.V. Pechernikova and A.V. Vityazev (m42_54)

18:00 - 22:00 RUSSIAN HOSTS HAVE AT THEIR HOMES FOREIGN GUESTS

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12: ACCRETION, ASTEROIDS, SATELLITES, IMPACTS, R. Wagner and I.V. Nemchinov, chairs

9:30 - 10:00 Dissipative Collisions of asteroid-sized bodies. M.P. Lazarev and A.V. Vityazev (m42_45)

10:00 - 10:30 MODELING OF TURBULENT ACCRETION SATURN’S SUBNEBULA AND FORMATION OF SATELLITES. A. B. Makalkin, V.A. Dorofeeva, and E.L. Ruskol (m42_48)

10:30 - 11:00 SPACE TIME LOCALIZATION OF UNDISCOVERED PLANETARY SATELLITES. N.I. Perov and A.A.Nahodnev (m42_55)

11:00 - 12:00 POSSIBLE ROLE OF THE TYPE Ia SUPERNOVA EXPLOSION IN FORMATION OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM. G. K. Ustinova (m42_66)

12:00 - 12:30 GEOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY OF SATURN'S SATELLITE DIONE OBSERVED BY THE CASSINI ISS CAMERA. R. Wagner, G. Neukum, T. Denk, B. Giese, T. Roatsch, and the Cassini ISS Team (m42_68)

12:30 - 13:00 Ionospheric and magnetospheric disturbances caused by impacts of asteroids and comets. I. V. Nemchinov, Yu. I. Zetzer, A. T. Kovalev, V. V. Shuvalov (m42_51)

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break


VENUS, EARTH, TITAN, COMETS

14:00 - 14:40 VENUS EXPRESS SCIENCE GOALS, PAYLOAD, AND PLANNED OBSERVATIONS. D. V. Titov, H. Svedhem, and L. Marinangeli (m42_64)

14:40 - 15:05 MORPHOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EPONA CORONA: CASE STUDY OF A MULTIPLE CORONA ON VENUS. T. Tormanen, V.-P. Kostama, M. Aittola, and J. Raitala (m42_65)

15:05 - 15:30 Detailed study of ROUGHNESS anisotropy of the venusian Plains. N. V. Bondarenko, M. A. Kreslavsky and J. W. Head (m42_08)

15:30 - 16:00 THE USING OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF DEPENDENCE OF PROJECTIL ENERGY TO CRATER SIZE FOR PRODICTION OF PARAMETERS OF ARTIFICAL CRATER ON COMET 9P/TEMPEL 1. V.G. Kruchynenko, K.I. Churyumov, A.A. Valter, Yu.P. Dobryansky, and L. S. Chubko (m42_40)

16:00 - 16:20 Coffee break

16:20 - 16:50 “MUD VOLCANISM” ACTIVITY IS LIKELY TO EXIST ON TITAN. V.A. Alekseev (m42_04)

16:50 - 17:20 The statistical analysis of seismic activity of the Earth on the basis of the DRM-APPROACH. S. G. Valeev, S. V. Kurkina (m42_67)

17:20 Adjourn

18:00 22:00 CULTURAL PROGRAM

PRINT ONLY ABSTRACTS:

MARS GULLIES OBSERVED ON FROST-COVERED POLEWARD DUNE FACES IN THE SOUTHERN MID-LATITUDES OF MARS: POTENTIAL TARGETS FOR HI-RISE AND CRISM. J.L. Dickson and J.W. Head (m42_13)

MARS EROSION AND TERRAIN INVERSION IN NORTHEAST ARABIA TERRA. C. I. Fassett and J. W. Head (m42_18)

MARS HIGH-LATITUDE COLD-BASED GLACIAL DEPOSITS ON MARS: MULTIPLE SUPERPOSED DROP MORAINES IN A CRATER INTERIOR AT 70°N LATITUDE. J. B. Garvin, J. W. Head, D. R. Marchant, and M. A. Kreslavsky (m42_19)

MARS DICHOTMOTY BOUNDARY GLACIAL MODIFICATION AT MID-LATITUDES: DEGRADATION OF THE WALLS AND CENTRAL PEAKS OF MOREUX CRATER (135 KM DIAMETER). J. W. Head and D. R. Marchant (m42_23)

BRECCIA DIKES IN IMPACT CRATERS ON EARTH: CHARACTERITICS AND CRITERIA FOR RECOGNITION ON MARS. J. W. Head and J. F. Mustard (m42_24)

BRECCIA DIKES IN IMPACT CRATERS ON MARS: EXPOSURE ON THE FLOOR OF A 85-KM DIAMETER CRATER AT THE DICHOTOMY BOUNDARY. J. W. Head and J. F. Mustard (m42_25)

HUYGENS-HELLAS GIANT DIKE SYSTEM ON MARS: IMPLICATIONS FOR LATE NOACHIAN-EARLY HESPERIAN VOLCANIC RESURFACING AND CLIMATE EVOLUTION. J. W. Head, L. Wilson, J. Dickson, G. Neukum and the HRSC Team (m42_21)

POST-GLACIAL DIKE EMPLACEMENT EVENT AT ARSIA MONS, MARS: ERUPTIVE SPATTER CONES, TEPHRA CONES AND FLOWS ALONG A DIKE-RELATED FISSURE. J. W. Head, D. E. Shean, and L. Wilson (m42_22)

GIANT MARTIAN IMPACT BASINS - NUMERICAL MODELING. B.A Ivanov (m42_26)

pLATE kINEMATICS AND ITS USE AS AN INDICATOR OF THE mECHANICAL bEHAVIOR OF euROPA’S lITHOSPHERE. G. W. Patterson and J. W. Head (m42_53)

INITIAL RESULTS FROM USING CUBIC AND VARIATIONAL IMPLICIT INTERPOLATION FOR COMBINING HRSC STEREO TOPOGRAPHY WITH MOLA LASER ALTIMETRY. Prabhat and C. I. Fassett (m42_59)

INTERACTIVE REGIONAL CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT OF IMAGE DATA. Prabhat , D. Shean, A. Forsberg, J. W. Head III (m42_58)

EXPLOSIVE VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS ON MARS: ACCRETIONARY LAPILLI FORMATION AND THEIR RECOGNITION IN THE GEOLOGIC RECORD. L. Wilson and J. W. Head (m42_69)