TH3.T02: Making the most of the Proposed DESDynI Mission: New Techniques, Science, and Applications I

Session Type: Oral
Time: Thursday, July 28, 13:20 - 15:00
Location: Room 1
Session Chairs: Paul Rosen, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Howard Zebker, Stanford University
 
TH3.T02.1: MAKING THE MOST OF DESDYNI – AN OVERVIEW OF THE PROPOSED MISSION
         Paul Rosen; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Howard Eisen; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Scott Hensley; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Scott Shaffer; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Louise Veilleux; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         K. Jon Ranson; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
         Andre Dress; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
         Bryan Blair; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
         Scott Luthcke; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
         Ralph Dubayah; University of Maryland
         Bradford Hager; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Ian Joughin; University of Washington
         Howard Zebker; Stanford University
 
TH3.T02.3: DESDYNI: ACHIEVING MULTI-DISPLINE SCIENCE OBJECTIVES THROUGH A COMBINATION OF SWEEPSAR TECHNOLOGY AND MISSION DESIGN
         Scott Hensley; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Paul Rosen; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Scott Shaffer; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Bruce Chapman; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Sang-Ho Yun; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Curtis Chen; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Sean Buckley; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Shadi Oveisgharan; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Ziad Haddad; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Sassan Saatchi; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Marc Simard; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Eva Peral; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Dragana Perkovic; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Leif Harcke; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Rolando Jordan; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Chandini Veeramachaneni; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
         Julian Chaubell; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
TH3.T02.4: POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE DESDYNI MISSION TO IONOSPHERIC RESEARCH
         Franz Meyer; University of Alaska Fairbanks
         Junsu Kim; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Ramon Brcic; German Aerospace Center (DLR)
         Xiaoqing Pi; NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory