Instruments Needed for a Human Exploration Mission of Phobos and Deimos Lewis R. , Castillo-Rogez J. C,. Abell P. A,. Bass D. S., Beaty D. W., Colaprete A., Hoffman S. J. ,Mazanek D. D.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration developed a mission concept to assess a notional human mission to Phobos and Deimos. The presentation focuses on hand-held and longer-duration instrumentation that could be used on the surface.
Improved Dust Detectors and Analyzers for Planetary Missions Sternovsky Z., Horanyi M., Gruen E., Auer S., Kempf S., Drake K., O.Brien L., Xie J,. Srama R., Mocker A., Postberg F.
This presentation is a review of the capabilities of modern dust instruments and their applications in future planetary missions.
Mars Acoustic Anemometer Banfield D., Dissly R. W.
We present a high performance Mars wind gauge, with great scientific and strategic reasons to be on all future Mars landers. We discuss our recent validation of a TRL 5 version of this instrument and its flight configuration resource requirements.