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DAY 1

 

Monday 29 April 2019

 

0800

 

REGISTRATION

 

0850

 

OPENING REMARKS: Conference Organizers

 

0900

 

WELCOME: Jason Kalirai, Civil Space Mission Area Executive, JHUAPL

0910

 

WELCOME: Welcome - GSFC

0920

 

KEYNOTE: The Honorable James Bridenstine, NASA Administrator

0940

 

BREAK

 

 

 

SESSION 1: KEY DEVELOPMENTS

SESSION ORGANIZERS:  Detlef Koschny, Lindley Johnson

1000

IAA-PDC-19-01-01 (abst.) (pres.)

The United Nations And Planetary Defence: Key Developments Following UNISPACE+50 In 2018

Kofler, OOSA

1012

IAA-PDC-19-01-02 (abst.)

Planetary Defence India: Capability, future requirements, and Deflection Strategy for 2019 PDC

Singh, ISRO

1024

IAA-PDC-19-01-03 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

Planetary defence activities at the European Space Agency

Jehn, ESA

1036

IAA-PDC-19-01-04 (abst.) (pres.)

Planetary Defense Program of the United States

Johnson, NASA

1048

IAA-PDC-19-01-05 (abst.) (pres.)

Israel Space Agency & Planetary Defense

Harel Ben-Ami, ISA

 

 

SESSION 2: ADVANCEMENTS IN NEO DISCOVERY & CHARACTERIZATION

SESSION ORGANIZERS:  Alan Harris (US), James (Gerbs) Bauer, Giovanni Valsecchi,  Amy Mainzer

 

1100

IAA-PDC-19-02-01 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

Recent Evolutions In ESA’s NEO Coordination Centre System

Cano, Italy

1112

IAA-PDC-19-02-02 (abst.) (pres.)

NEODyS services migration to ESA’s NEO Coordination Centre: the effort and the improvements

Bernardi, Italy

1124

IAA-PDC-19-02-03 (abst.) (pres.)

Building the Reference Small Body Population Model

Spahr, USA

1136

IAA-PDC-19-02-04 (abst.) (pres.)

NEMO - a global near real-time fireball monitoring system

Drolshagen & Ott, Germany

1148

IAA-PDC-19-02-05 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

Observational Activities At ESA’s NEO Coordination Centre

Micheli, Italy

1200

IAA-PDC-19-02-06 (abst.) (pres.)

Impact Monitoring System of the Institute of Applied Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Vavilov, Russia

1212

IAA-PDC-19-02-07 (abst.) (pres.)

Update Of NEA Population And Current Survey Status

Harris, USA

1224

IAA-PDC-19-02-08 (abst.) (pres.)

Catalina Sky Survey’s Increased Discovery and Follow-up Capability

Christensen, USA

1236

IAA-PDC-19-02-09 (abst.)

LUNCH

 

 

 

SESSION 2 (CONTINUED)

 

1400

IAA-PDC-19-02-10 (abst.) (pres.)

Detection Of Small Impacting Asteroids With The ATLAS Telescope System

Denneau, USA

1412

IAA-PDC-19-02-11 (abst.) (pres.)

The PAN-STARRS Data Archive — An Invaluable Resource Of Faint Near Earth Object Detections

Wainscoat, USA

1424

IAA-PDC-19-02-12 (abst.) (pres.)

The Minor Planet Center Data Processing System

Holman, USA

1436

IAA-PDC-19-02-13 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

The Digest2 – NEO classification code

Veres, USA

1448

IAA-PDC-19-02-14 (abst.) (pres.)

Is There A Prefered Date For A Possible Impact?

Tancredi Uruguay

1452

IAA-PDC-19-02-15 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

The Contribution Of Intermediate- And Long-Period Asteroids To The Overall Large-Body Impact Hazard

Steel, New Zealand

1504

IAA-PDC-19-02-16 (abst.) (pres.)

The Earth-Impact Risk From Manx Comets

Ramanjooloo, USA

1516

 

BREAK

 

1546

IAA-PDC-19-02-17 (abst.) (pres.)

The Impact of Small Near-Earth Asteroid 2018 LA

Farnocchia, USA

1558

IAA-PDC-19-02-18 (abst.) (pres.)

Identifying Short-Term Impactors With LSST

Naidu, USA

1610

IAA-PDC-19-02-19 (abst.) (pres.)

Recent Results In Characterization Of Near-Earth Objects By The Neowise Mission

Masiero, USA

1622

IAA-PDC-19-02-20 (abst.) (pres.)

Rapid Response Characterization of Potential NEO Impactors

Moskovitz, USA

1634

IAA-PDC-19-02-21 (abst.) (pres.)

Arecibo Radar Observations Of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids

Taylor, USA

1646

IAA-PDC-19-02-22 (abst.) (pres.)

The LCO Follow-up Network for NEOs

Lister, USA

1658

 

INJECT: PRESS RELEASE #1

 

1730

 

ADJOURN DAY 1

 

 

 

WELCOME RECEPTION (18:00 to 20:00, accompanying persons invited)

 

 

 

 

DAY 2

 

Tuesday 30 April 2019

 

0820

 

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

 

 

Session 2: Continued

0830

IAA-PDC-19-02-23 (abst.) (pres.)

The boulders on asteroid Ryugu: clues to the formation history of the top-shaped morphology

Cheng, China

0842

IAA-PDC-19-02-24 (abst.) (pres.)

Faint NEO Observations Using The UH-2.2m Telescope

Fohring, USA

0854

IAA-PDC-19-02-25 (abst.) (pres.)

Discovering and Studying Near Earth Objects with The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)

Jones, USA

0906

IAA-PDC-19-02-26 (abst.) (pres.)

The Near-Earth Object Camera: Overview

Mainzer, USA

0918

IAA-PDC-19-02-27 (abst.) (pres.)

NEOCam Survey Cadence and Simulation

Grav, USA

0930

IAA-PDC-19-02-28 (abst.) (pres.)

The NEOCam Science Data System

Cutri, USA

0942

IAA-PDC-19-02-29 (abst.) (pres.)

Near-Earth Asteroids Monitoring for Hazard Assessments

Birlan, France

0954

IAA-PDC-19-02-30 (abst.) (pres.)

Find_Orb: Orbit Determination and Analysis Software

Gray, USA

1006

 

BREAK

 

 

 

SESSION 3: APOPHIS

SESSION ORGANIZERS: Marina Brozovic, Davide Farnocchia

1036

IAA-PDC-19-03-01 (abst.) (pres.)

Apophis 2029: Planetary Defense Opportunity Of The Decade

Binzel, USA

1048

IAA-PDC-19-03-02 (abst.) (pres.)

Yarkovsky Acceleration Of (99942) Apophis

Tholen, USA

1100

IAA-PDC-19-03-03 (abst.) (pres.)

Abrupt Alteration of Apophis’ Spin State Redux

Scheeres, USA

1112

IAA-PDC-19-03-04 (abst.) (pres.)

Using a Discrete Element Method to Investigate Seismic Response and Spin Change of 99942 Apophis During its 2029 Tidal Encounter with Earth

DeMartini, USA

1124

IAA-PDC-19-03-05 (abst.) (pres.)

Trajectory Concepts For An Apophis Rendezvous Mission

Siddique, USA

1136

IAA-PDC-19-03-06 (abst.) (pres.)

Asteroid Probe Experiment: Mission To Apophis

Plescia, USA

1148

IAA-PDC-19-03-07 (abst.)

AI3: The Asteroid In-Situ Investigation – 3 Ways to measure the interior of asteroid Apophis

Deller, Germany

1200

IAA-PDC-19-03-08 (abst.) (pres.)

A Cubesat Mission to Asteroid Apophis Based on M-ARGO?

Koschny, Germany

1212

IAA-PDC-19-03-09 (abst.) (pres.)

Science and Planetary Defense Priorities for Spacecraft Encounter Mission Concepts at (99942) Apophis During its 2029 Close Encounter with Earth

Bell, USA

1224

IAA-PDC-19-03-10 (abst.) (pres.)

Six Very Close Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Flybys in the Late 2020s

Benner, USA

1236

 

LUNCH & SPEAKER : Mr Dennis Andrucyk, Deputy Associate Administrator, NASA

 

1400

 

Lessons From The 2012 TC4 Campaign: First Global Planetary Defense Exercise

Reddy, USA

1415

 

INJECT #2

 

1500

 

EXERCISE GROUPS DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS

 

1600

 

BREAK

 

1630

 

GROUPS FEEDBACK RECOMMENDATIONS

 

1700

 

DECISION MAKER RESPONSES

 

1730

 

ADJOURN DAY 2

 

1730

 

POSTER RECEPTION (5:30 to 7:30 PM)

 

 

 

 

DAY 3

 

Wednesday 1 May 2019

 

0820

 

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

 

 

 

SESSION 4:   DEFLECTION & DISRUPTION MODELS & TESTS

SESSION ORGANIZERS: Patrick Michel, Tom Jones, Andy Cheng

0830

IAA-PDC-19-04-01 (abst.) (pres.)

Simulation Of The Dart Impact: Effects Of Impact Conditions And Target Properties

Bruck-Syal, USA

0848

IAA-PDC-19-04-02 (abst.) (pres.)

Progress At Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) On The Inter-Agency Agreement On Planetary Defense

Plesko, USA

0906

IAA-PDC-19-04-03 (abst.) (pres.)

Modeling the DART kinetic impactor and crater formation using realistic spacecraft shapes

Owen, USA

0924

IAA-PDC-19-04-04 (abst.) (pres.)

Exploring Effects of Spacecraft Geometry and Target Structure on the DART Impact

Stickle, USA

0942

IAA-PDC-19-04-05 (abst.) (pres.)

Understanding the Effect of Rubble Pile Structures on Asteroid Deflection

Graninger, USA

1000

IAA-PDC-19-04-06 (abst.) (pres.)

Applications Of Dart Impact Simulation Results

Rainey, USA

1018

 

BREAK (30 minutes)

1048

IAA-PDC-19-04-09 (abst.) (pres.)

Numerical modelling of the DART impact and the importance of the Hera mission

Raducan, UK

1106

IAA-PDC-19-04-10 (abst.) (pres.)

Impact simulations of the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) - Results from the HERA Impact Simulation Group

Luther, Germany

1124

IAA-PDC-19-04-11 (abst.) (pres.)

Deflection of A Small Object Using A Kinetic Impactor

Remington, USA

1142

IAA-PDC-19-04-12 (abst.) (pres.)

Size Scaling of Momentum Enhancement during Hypervelocity Impact of Porous and Consolidated Rock

Walker, USA

1200

 

LUNCH

 

 

 

SESSION 5: MITIGATION CAMPAIGN DESIGN

SESSION ORGANIZERS: Nahum Melamed, Ian Carnelli, Marco Tantardini         

 

1330

IAA-PDC-19-05-01 (abst.) (pres.)

Double Asteroid Redirection Test

Reed, USA

1342

IAA-PDC-19-05-02 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

Observations of Didymos in Support of AIDA/DART

Thomas, USA

1354

IAA-PDC-19-05-03 (abst.) (pres.)

Proximity Observations by the Didymos Reconnaissance and Asteroid Camera for OpNav (DRACO)

Ernst, USA

1406

IAA-PDC-19-05-04 (abst.) (pres.)

Double Asteroid Redirection Test: Technology and Engineering Challenges

Adams, Usa

1418

IAA-PDC-19-05-05 (abst.) (pres.)

Renderer and Camera Emulator (RCE) for NASA’S Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART)

Mehta, USA

1430

IAA-PDC-19-05-06 (abst.) (pres.)

HERA: European component of the Asteroid Impact & Deflection Assessment (AIDA) mission to the binary asteroid Didymos

Michel, France

1442

IAA-PDC-19-05-07 (abst.) (pres.)

Hera planned mission and payload operations at close proximity of the Didymos binary asteroid system after DART impact

Karatekin, Belgium

1454

IAA-PDC-19-05-08 (abst.) (ext.) (pres.)

Autonomous GNC and data fusion for the HERA mission

Graziano, Spain

1506

IAA-PDC-19-05-09 (abst.) (pres.)

Asteroid Prospection Explorer (APEX) CubeSat for Hera mission

Kohout, Finland

1518

IAA-PDC-19-05-10 (abst.) (pres.)

A Method for Defending Against Long-Period Comets

Eismont, Russia

1530

 

BREAK

 

1600

IAA-PDC-19-05-11 (abst.) (pres.)

Spacecraft Mission Design For The Mitigation Of The 2019 PDC Hypothetical Asteroid Threat

Barbee, USA

1612

IAA-PDC-19-05-12 (abst.) (pres.)

Characterization and deflection missions of the fictitious asteroid 2019 PDC

Roa, USA

1624

IAA-PDC-19-05-13 (abst.) (pres.)

See a New World in 17 Hours – First Results, Design and Mission of the Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (Mascot) on Ryugu

Ho, Germany

1636

IAA-PDC-19-05-14 (abst.) (pres.)

More Than One For All – The Synergy of Modularity and Re-Use in Nanolander Development in the Continuation of the Design of Mobile Asteroid Surface Scouts (MASCOT)

Lange, Germany

1648

IAA-PDC-19-05-15 (abst.) (pres.)

NEOCAM Instrument Design and Performance Model

Trangsrud, USA

1700

IAA-PDC-19-05-16 (abst.) (pres.)

System of Observation of Daytime Asteroids: trajectory and orbit design

Kovalenko, Russia

1712

IAA-PDC-19-05-17 (abst.) (pres.)

BIRDY – Potential use of SmallSat for NEO reconnaissance and exploration

Hestroffer, France

1724

 

INJECT: PRESS RELEASE #3

 

1800

 

ADJOURN DAY 3

 

 

 

PUBLIC EVENT

 

 

 

 

DAY 4

 

Thursday 2 May 2019

 

0820

 

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

 

 

 

SESSION 6: IMPACT CONSEQUENCES & DISASTER RESPONSE

SESSION ORGANIZERS: David Morrison, Mark Boslough. L.A. Lewis

0830

IAA-PDC-19-06-01 (abst.) (pres.)

Atmospheric Injections from Impacts of Kilometer Scale Asteroids

Robertson, USA

0842

IAA-PDC-19-06-02 (abst.) (pres.)

Strength and Breakup Factors in Impact Scenario Risk Assessment

Wheeler, USA

0854

IAA-PDC-19-06-03 (abst.) (pres.)

Next Steps in Impact Risk Assessment

Mathias, USA

0906

IAA-PDC-19-06-04 (abst.) (pres.)

Asteroid to Airburst; Comparing Semi-analytical Airburst Models to Hydrocodes

McMullan, UK

0918 IAA-PDC-19-06-05 (abst.) (pres.)

Modeling Thermal Radiation from Asteroid Airbursts

Stern, USA

0930

IAA-PDC-19-06-06 (abst.) (pres.)

“Effective Height Of Burst” Revisted

Boslough, USA

0942

IAA-PDC-19-06-07 (abst.) (pres.)

Airburst Detection Capability of the Infrasound Segment of the CTBTO International Monitoring System

Brown, Canada

0954

IAA-PDC-19-06-08 (abst.) (pres.)

Recent Glass Strewn Field From Fireball Over Chile

Schultz, USA

1006

IAA-PDC-19-06-09 (abst.) (pres.)

GPU Parallel Algorithm for Hypersonic Flow Around Asteroid

Bai, China

1018

IAA-PDC-19-06-10 (abst.) (pres.)

The Impact Effects Knowledgebase: Fast Prediction of the Consequences of NEO Collisions with Earth

Luther, Germany

1030

 

BREAK

 

1100

IAA-PDC-19-06-11 (abst.)

Simulation of PDC 2019 Asteroid Land and Ocean Impacts: Consequences on US Major Cities for Disaster Response and Management

Ezzedine, USA

1112

IAA-PDC-19-06-12 (abst.) (pres.)

Hazard Estimate Of 2019 PDC Impact Scenario

Dang, Ghina

1124

IAA-PDC-19-06-13 (abst.) (pres.)

Coordinated Disaster Preparedness And Response For Near-Earth Object (NEO) Threats – Experiences From The "United Nations Platform For Space-Based Information For Disaster Management And Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER)

Ravan, OOSA/UN-SPIDER

1136

IAA-PDC-19-06-14 (abst.) (pres.)

Intelligent Surge: Improving Healthcare Preparedness In Times Of Disaster

Loschen, USA

1148

IAA-PDC-19-06-15 (abst.) (pres.)

Role of Space Technology for Disaster Management: Agenda and Action Plan

Jagannatha, India

1200

 

LUNCH & SPEAKER :
•    Dr Aaron Miles, National Security Division, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President
•    Mr Damon Penn, Assistant Administrator, Emergency Response Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security

 

 

 

SESSION 7: ISSUES AFFECTING DECISION TO ACT

SESSION ORGANIZERS:  Mariella Graziano, Victoria Friedensen

 

1330

IAA-PDC-19-07-01 (abst.)

Legality of Planetary Defense Missions and Considerations for International Decision Bodies

Marboe, Austria

1345

IAA-PDC-19-07-02 (abst.) (pres.)

Sustainability of International Planetary Defense Decision-Making: What Can Go Wrong Even if We Deflect an Asteroid?

Bohacek, Czech Republic

1400

IAA-PDC-19-07-03 (abst.) (pres.)

International Liability and Responsibility Issues in Planetary Defense

Soucek, The Netherlands

1415

IAA-PDC-19-07-04 (abst.)

Responsibility System on the Defense of Near-Earth Objects

Wang, China

1430

IAA-PDC-19-07-05 (abst.) (pres.)

The U.S. National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy and Action Plan: Summary of Progress to Date

Friedensen, USA

1445

IAA-PDC-19-07-07 (abst.) (pres.)

Accounting For Violent Conflict Risk In Planetary Defense Decisions

Baum, USA

1500

 

BREAK

 

 

 

SESSION 8: COMMUNICATIONS TO THE PUBLIC

SESSION ORGANIZERS:  Alex Karl, Jan Osburg

1530

IAA-PDC-19-08-01 (abst.) (pres.)

A Suggested Communications Standard For Asteroid Impact Alerts

Landis, USA

1545

IAA-PDC-19-08-02 (abst.) (pres.)

An analysis of IAWN communication audiences and recommendations to increase publicity among the NEO community and the general public

Karl & Wolfson, Belgium

1600

IAA-PDC-19-08-03 (abst.) (pres.)

Planetary Defense In The Classroom, A Social Science Perspective

Haddaji, USA

1615

IAA-PDC-19-08-04 (abst.) (pres.)

Planetary Defense Mitigation Gateway: One-Stop Gateway for Pertinent PD- Related Contents

Shams, USA

1630

 

Poster Presentations

 

1645

 

INJECT #4

 

1730

 

ADJOURN DAY 4

 

 

 

CONFERENCE BANQUET

 

         

 

 

 

DAY 5

 

Friday 3 May 2019

0850

 

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

0900

 

Panel Session: What journalists want to know about Planetary Defense.

Moderator: Linda Billings

Panelists:     Dan Vergano, Buzzfeed

                       Melissa Nord, CBS Channel 9

                       Sarah Kaplan, Washington Post

1000

 

BREAK

1015

 

UPDATE #5

1045

 

GROUP DISCUSSION & RECOMMENDATIONS

1145

 

DECISION MAKER DISCUSSION & DECISIONS

1230

 

LUNCH

1400

 

DISCUSSION: LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PDC 2019

1500

 

CONFERENCE ENDS

 

POSTERS

SESSION 1

Bohacek

Czech Republic

IAA-PDC-19-01-P01 (abst.)

International Consequences of Planetary Defense Mission Failure: Parametric Analysis of Scenarios by Mandate and Deflection Method

Schmidt

Czech Republic

IAA-PDC-19-01-P02 (abst.)

The Role of Large Technical Systems in Establishing Global Planetary Defense Regime

Svec

Czech Republic

IAA-PDC-19-01-P03 (abst.)

Near-Earth Object Threat Mitigation in the Context of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction

Svec

Czech Republic

IAA-PDC-19-01-P04 (abst.)

Unilateral Planetary Defense Mission: An International Law Perspective

 

SESSION 2

Adams

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P01 (abst.)

Analysis of Alternatives Study for Near Earth Object Detection, Tracking and Characterization

Batista Negri

Brazil

IAA-PDC-19-02-P02 (abst.)

Analysis of Jupiter’s Third-Body Perturbation Effects on Optimal Asteroid Deflection Maneuvers

Bauer

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P03 (abst.)

Surveying the Long-Period Comet Hazard

Betts

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P04 (abst.)

Shoemaker NEO Grants: Providing Opportunities to Upgrade NEO Observatories

Bolin

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P05 (abst.)

Impact Probability Evolution of Virtual Impacting Asteroids Observed by the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

Carey

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P06 (abst.)

Methodology for Photometric Calibration of Infrared Observations of Solar System Objects

Chambers

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P07 (abst.)

The Second Pan-STARRS Telescope and Camera and the Performance of the Full Pan-STARRS System

Chastel

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P08 (abst.)

The Pan-STARRS Moving Objects Processing System: Six Years of Improvements through Reality Checks

Chesley

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P09 (abst.)

The Orbital Properties of Earth Impactors

Masci

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P10 (abst.)

The NEOCam Science Data System

Desmars

France

IAA-PDC-19-02-P11 (abst.)

DynAstVO: Near-Earth Asteroids Orbits and Close Approaches Databases

Dotson

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P12 (abst.)

Bayesian Inference of Physical Properties for Impact Scenarios

Eggl

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P13 (abst.)

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope’s Moving Object Processing System

Elvis

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P14 (abst.)

Big Telescopes Can Largely Solve the Albedo Question for 2019 PDC

Furfaro

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P15 (abst.)

Development of An Intelligent Target Prioritization System for NEOCam Ground-Based Follow-Up

Hartzell

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P16 (abst.)

In-Situ Regolith Cohesion Quantification Via Electrostatic Dust Lofting

Ieva

Italy

IAA-PDC-19-02-P17 (abst.)

Physical Characterization of the Carbonaceous NEO Population

Ivantsov

Turkey

IAA-PDC-19-02-P18 (abst.)

Statistics of the Close Encounters Predictions by the World Services

Kim

Korea

IAA-PDC-19-02-P19 (abst.)

Characterization of Earth Close Approaching Phase Using the OWL-Net Telescopes

Knight

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P20 (abst.)

What Hazards Lurk in the Soho/Stereo Datasets?

Kramer

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P21 (abst.)

Modeling the Photometric Behavior of the Near-Earth Comet Population

Masago Mescolotti

Brazil

IAA-PDC-19-02-P22 (abst.)

Effects of the Errors in the Physical Parameters to Observe the Triple Asteroid 2001SN263

Nath

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P23 (abst.)

Using Machine Learning to Predict Risk Index of Asteroid Collision

Neff

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P24 (abst.)

Near Earth Object Detection using Artificial Intelligence

Nugent

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P25 (abst.)

NEAT-R: Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking Reprocessing

Ott

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-02-P26 (abst.)

Infrasound for Global Fireball Monitoring

Shao

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P27 (abst.)

Search for NEOs Using a Farm of Small Synthetic Tracking Telescopes

Silva Neto

Brazil

IAA-PDC-19-02-P28 (abst.)

Using the Extended Kalman Filter to Navigate Around a Double Asteroid

Sonnett

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P29 (abst.)

The Effects of Binary Asteroids on Hazard Assessment and Mitigation

Spoto

France

IAA-PDC-19-02-P30 (abst.)

The Impact of the Gaia Mission on Asteroid Astrometry

Steel

New Zealand

IAA-PDC-19-02-P31 (abst.)

On the Likelihood of a Neptune-Crossing Object Being Directly Diverted onto a Path with Perihelion In the Inner Solar System

Surace

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P32 (abst.)

An Image Simulator for NEOCam

Vavilov

Russia

IAA-PDC-19-02-P33 (abst.)

A Robust Linear Method for Impact Probability Calculation

Virkki

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P34 (abst.)

The Capabilities and Future of the Arecibo Planetary Radar System In 2019-2023

Weryk

USA

IAA-PDC-19-02-P35 (abst.)

Near-Earth Objects in the Isolated Tracklet File

Wittholt

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-02-P36 (abst.)

New Impact Risk Scale for Potentially Hazardous Objects (PHO)

Stecklum

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-02-P37 (abst.)

TAUKAM’s first look at NEOs

 

SESSION 3

Barnouin

USA

IAA-PDC-19-03-P01 (abst.)

Exploring Rotational, Surface and Interior Changes of the NEA/PHA Apophis During Its 2029 Close Encounter with the Earth

Boley

Canada

IAA-PDC-19-03-P02 (abst.)

The Beacon Mission

Brozovic

USA

IAA-PDC-19-03-P03 (abst.)

Goldstone and Arecibo Radar Observations of (99942) Apophis in 2021 and 2029

Earle

USA

IAA-PDC-19-03-P04 (abst.)

Apophis Seismology: The ‘Smart Marbles’ Concept

Gianolio

The Netherlands

IAA-PDC-19-03-P05 (abst.)

Precise Earth Impact Risk Assessment of PHOs via a Multi-Flyby Mission

Schmerr

USA

IAA-PDC-19-03-P06 (abst.)

The Asteroid Probe Experiment (APEX): Seismology At 99942 Apophis

Yaeji

USA

IAA-PDC-19-03-P07 (abst.)

Assessment of Resurfacing Process on Apophis During the 2029 Earth Flyby

 

SESSION 4

Braroo

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P01 (abst.)

Deflection of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids

Chen

China

IAA-PDC-19-04-P02 (abst.)

Research on Asteroid Dynamic Behavior and Deflecting Defense Effect by Space-Based Laser-Driven

Dongyue

China

IAA-PDC-19-04-P03 (abst.)

Terminal Guidance Design and Simulation for Asteroid Guided Collision Missions

Greenstreet

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P04 (abst.)

Required Deflection Impulses as a Function of Time Before Impact for Earth-Impacting Asteroids

Howley

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P05 (abst.)

The Small Carry-On Impactor from the Hayabusa2 Mission: Models of Jet Formation, Penetration and Crater Creation

King

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P06 (abst.)

Gravitational Dynamics of Fragments in Nuclear Disruption Scenarios

Krobka

Russia

IAA-PDC-19-04-P07 (abst.)

Guided Asteroids against Hazardous Asteroids: Innovations from Russia

Managan

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P08 (abst.)

Reradiation of Energy Deposited by X-Rays

Melamed

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P09 (abst.)

Asteroid Interception at Atmospheric Entry

Sloane

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P10 (abst.)

Pulsed Laser Ablation Propulsion of Asteroids: Time-Of-Flight Mass Spectrometry and Direct Force Measurements

Sorli

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P11 (abst.)

Hydrodynamic Modeling of the Deep Impact Mission into Comet Tempel 1

Venditti

USA

IAA-PDC-19-04-P12 (abst.)

Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Impact Mitigation Strategy using Tethers

Yang

China

IAA-PDC-19-04-P13 (abst.)

Hybrid Constellation Design for Debris Removal and Asteroid Defense

Zhou

China

IAA-PDC-19-04-P14 (abst.)

Momentum Transfer Measurements of Hypervelocity Impacts Up to 8km/s by using Ballistic Pendulum

 

SESSION 5

 

Atchison

USA

IAA-PDC-19-05-P01 (abst.)

NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) Phase C Trajectory Analysis

Cheng

USA

IAA-PDC-19-05-P02 (abst.)

DART: First Test of Asteroid Deflection

Daly

USA

IAA-PDC-19-05-P03 (abst.)

Shape Modeling Testing and Validation for the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART)

Eggl

USA

IAA-PDC-19-05-P04 (abst.)

Post Deflection Impact Risk Analysis of the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART)

Gordo

Portugal

IAA-PDC-19-05-P05 (abst.)

Helena – Hera Lidar Engineering Model Altimeter Design

Grimm

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-05-P06 (abst.)

Catching a Ride on the Peregrine Falcon – Mascot's Race to Ryugu with Hayabusa2 in 6 Years, 4 Months, and 48 Hours

Grundmann

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-05-P07 (abst.)

Responsive Exploration and Asteroid Characterization Through Integrated Solar Sail and Lander Development Using Small Spacecraft Technologies

Herique

France

IAA-PDC-19-05-P08 (abst.)

Radar Package for a Direct Observation of the Asteroid's Structure from Deep Interior to Regolith:
Review of Objectives and Status of the Instruments

Karatekin

Belgium

IAA-PDC-19-05-P09 (abst.)

Hera Planned Mission and Payload Operations at Close Proximity of the Didymos Binary Asteroid System After DART Impact

Krus

Czech Republic

IAA-PDC-19-05-P10 (abst.)

High Power Lasers as a Tool for Meteorite Composition Studies with an Impact on the Asteroid Deflection

Kueppers

Spain

IAA-PDC-19-05-P11 (abst.)

The Hera Mission in the Context of ESA’s Proposed Space Safety and Security Program

Melamed

USA

IAA-PDC-19-05-P12 (abst.)

Mitigation of Imminent Comet Impact

Naidu

USA

IAA-PDC-19-05-P13 (abst.)

Physical Characterization of Binary Asteroid 65803 Didymos and Radar Detection of Its Satellite Deflection from the DART Mission Impact In 2022

Seefeldt

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-05-P14 (abst.)

Sailing Towards Unfolding Events – DLR Thin Membrane Deployment Technologies for Solar Sails and Large Space Structures in Responsive Planetary Defense Applications

Shugarov

Russia

IAA-PDC-19-05-P15 (abst.)

System of Observation of Daytime Asteroids (SODA)

Sproewitz

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-05-P16 (abst.)

A Veil of Power for Planetary Defense – The DLR GOSOLAR Flexible Thinfilm Photovoltaics Gossamer Solar Array Concept in Payload Transfer and Asteroid Mitigation Missions

Wittholt

Germany

IAA-PDC-19-05-P17 (abst.)

BASE: A Proposal of Nanosat Asteroid Mission

 

SESSION 6

 

Aftosmis

USA

IAA-PDC-19-06-P01 (abst.)

A Ground Footprint Eccentricity Model for Asteroid Airbursts

Boslough

USA

IAA-PDC-19-06-P02 (abst.)

Tunguska and the June 2019 Beta Taurid Observational Opportunity

Brown

Canada

IAA-PDC-19-06-P03 (abst.)

Kinetic Damage from Meteorites

Li

China

IAA-PDC-19-06-P04 (abst.)

Calculation of Radiative Heating Flux Over a Meteoroid Entering the Earth Atmosphere

Shi

China

IAA-PDC-19-06-P05 (abst.)

Aerodynamic Heating/Ablation/Conduction Calculation of Iron Asteroid Entering the Earth’s Atmosphere at Hypervelocity

Stern

USA

IAA-PDC-19-06-P06 (abst.)

Modeling Thermal Radiation from Asteroid Airbursts

 

SESSION 7

Janzwood

Canada

IAA-PDC-19-07-P01 (abst.)

Research Prioritization at the Planetary Defense Coordination Office

Rumpf

USA

IAA-PDC-19-07-P02 (abst.)

Risk Estimation of Threatening Asteroids

Shrivastava

India

IAA-PDC-19-07-P03 (abst.)

Scientific Correlation of Occurrence Tusnami-2004 with Astronomical Movement of Apophis (99942) and Highest Probability of Re-Occurrence of Tsunami In 2029, The Postulates and Disaster Preparedness Planning

Ross

UK

IAA-PDC-19-07-P04 (abst.)

High Impact Low Probability Risk: Risk Management and Risk Governance of Potentially Hazardous Near Earth Objects

Marboe

Austria

IAA-PDC-19-07-P05 (abst.)

Legal Questions Of The PDC2017 Scenario Case Study

 

SESSION 8

Betts

USA

IAA-PDC-19-08-P01 (abst.)

Planetary Society NEO Public Education from Posters to Stickers to Classes

Marchis

USA

IAA-PDC-19-08-P02 (abst.)

The Contribution of the Unistellar EVSCOPE Network to Planetary Defense

Osburg

USA

IAA-PDC-19-08-P03 (abst.)

Using “Wireless Emergency Alerts” for Planetary Defense Notifications

Prado

France

IAA-PDC-19-08-P04 (abst.)

CHRONOFLASH, A Simple Device for Asteroid Occultations Timing

 



 

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