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Conference Paper: SMART-1 highlights and relevant studies on early bombardment and geological processes on rocky planets

TitleSMART-1 highlights and relevant studies on early bombardment and geological processes on rocky planets
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Issue Date2008
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Physica Scripta T, 2008, v. T130 How to Cite?
AbstractWe present results from SMART-1 science and technology payload, in the context of the Nobel symposium on 'Physics of Planetary Systems'. SMART-1 is Europe' first lunar mission (Foing et al 2000 LPSC XXXI Abstract #1677 (CDROM); Foing et al 2001 Earth, Moon Planets 85-86 523-31; Marini et al 2002 Adv. Space Res. 30 1895-900; Racca et al 2001 Earth Moon Planets 85-86 379-95, Racca et al 2002 Planet Space Sci. 50 1323-37) demonstrating technologies for future science and exploration missions, and providing advances in our understanding of lunar origin and evolution, and general planetary questions. The mission also contributes a step in developing an international program of lunar exploration. The spacecraft, launched on 27 September 2003 as an Ariane 5 Auxiliary passenger to geostationary transfer orbit (GTO), performed a 14-month long cruise using a tiny thrust of electric propulsion alone, reached lunar capture in November 2004, and lunar science orbit in March 2005. SMART-1 carried 7 hardware experiments (Foing et al 2003 Adv. Space Res. 31 2323, Foing et al 2005 LPI/LPSC XXXVI 2404 (CDROM)) performing 10 investigations, including 3 remote-sensing instruments, used during the cruise, the mission' nominal six-months and one-year extension in lunar science orbit. Three remote sensing instruments, D-CIXS, SIR and AMIE, have returned data that are relevant to a broad range of lunar studies. The mission provided regional and global x-ray measurements of the Moon, global high-spectral resolution NIR spectrometry, high spatial resolution colour imaging of selected regions. The South Pole-Aitken Basin (SPA) and other impact basins have been prime targets for studies using the SMART-1 suite of instruments. Combined, these should aid a large number of science studies, from bulk crustal composition and theories of lunar origin/evolution, the global and local crustal composition, to the search for cold traps at the lunar poles and the mapping of potential lunar resources. We present here SMART-1 results relevant to the study of the early bombardment and geological processes on rocky planets. Further information and updates on the SMART-1 mission can be found on the ESA Science and Technology web pages, at: http://sci.esa.int/smart-1/. © 2008 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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dc.contributor.authorFöing, Bernard H.-
dc.contributor.authorRacca, Giuseppe D.-
dc.contributor.authorJosset, Jean Luc-
dc.contributor.authorKoschny, Detlef V.-
dc.contributor.authorFrew, David J.-
dc.contributor.authorAlmeida, Miguel-
dc.contributor.authorZender, Joe J.-
dc.contributor.authorHeather, David J.-
dc.contributor.authorPeters, Sarah T M-
dc.contributor.authorMarini, Andrea E.-
dc.contributor.authorStagnaro, Luca-
dc.contributor.authorBeauvivre, Stéphane-
dc.contributor.authorGrande, Manuel-
dc.contributor.authorKellett, Barry J.-
dc.contributor.authorHuovelin, Juhani-
dc.contributor.authorNathues, Andreas-
dc.contributor.authorMall, Urs-
dc.contributor.authorEhrenfreund, Pascale-
dc.contributor.authorMcCannon, P.-
dc.date.accessioned2015-03-23T02:02:03Z-
dc.date.available2015-03-23T02:02:03Z-
dc.date.issued2008-
dc.identifier.citationPhysica Scripta T, 2008, v. T130-
dc.identifier.issn0281-1847-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/208882-
dc.description.abstractWe present results from SMART-1 science and technology payload, in the context of the Nobel symposium on 'Physics of Planetary Systems'. SMART-1 is Europe' first lunar mission (Foing et al 2000 LPSC XXXI Abstract #1677 (CDROM); Foing et al 2001 Earth, Moon Planets 85-86 523-31; Marini et al 2002 Adv. Space Res. 30 1895-900; Racca et al 2001 Earth Moon Planets 85-86 379-95, Racca et al 2002 Planet Space Sci. 50 1323-37) demonstrating technologies for future science and exploration missions, and providing advances in our understanding of lunar origin and evolution, and general planetary questions. The mission also contributes a step in developing an international program of lunar exploration. The spacecraft, launched on 27 September 2003 as an Ariane 5 Auxiliary passenger to geostationary transfer orbit (GTO), performed a 14-month long cruise using a tiny thrust of electric propulsion alone, reached lunar capture in November 2004, and lunar science orbit in March 2005. SMART-1 carried 7 hardware experiments (Foing et al 2003 Adv. Space Res. 31 2323, Foing et al 2005 LPI/LPSC XXXVI 2404 (CDROM)) performing 10 investigations, including 3 remote-sensing instruments, used during the cruise, the mission' nominal six-months and one-year extension in lunar science orbit. Three remote sensing instruments, D-CIXS, SIR and AMIE, have returned data that are relevant to a broad range of lunar studies. The mission provided regional and global x-ray measurements of the Moon, global high-spectral resolution NIR spectrometry, high spatial resolution colour imaging of selected regions. The South Pole-Aitken Basin (SPA) and other impact basins have been prime targets for studies using the SMART-1 suite of instruments. Combined, these should aid a large number of science studies, from bulk crustal composition and theories of lunar origin/evolution, the global and local crustal composition, to the search for cold traps at the lunar poles and the mapping of potential lunar resources. We present here SMART-1 results relevant to the study of the early bombardment and geological processes on rocky planets. Further information and updates on the SMART-1 mission can be found on the ESA Science and Technology web pages, at: http://sci.esa.int/smart-1/. © 2008 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.-
dc.languageeng-
dc.relation.ispartofPhysica Scripta T-
dc.titleSMART-1 highlights and relevant studies on early bombardment and geological processes on rocky planets-
dc.typeConference_Paper-
dc.description.naturelink_to_subscribed_fulltext-
dc.identifier.doi10.1088/0031-8949/2008/T130/014026-
dc.identifier.scopuseid_2-s2.0-53349151824-
dc.identifier.volumeT130-

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