COVID19: In light of the global Covid-19 outbreak, the workshop will most likely be held as a virtual meeting.
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Outer planet moon - magnetosphere interaction workshop
The focus of this workshop is the interaction between the outer planet moons in our Solar System and their magnetospheric environment, in preparation of upcoming missions like JUICE and Europa Clipper.
Suggested topics include but are not limited to:
Upstream and local variability of the moons' magnetospheric environments
Interaction processes between magnetospheres and moon surfaces and exospheres, including the role of dust and the interaction with irregular satellites (for example Thebe and Amalthea)
Abstracts addressing moon-magnetosphere interaction from all disciplines are welcome, including ground-based and Earth-orbit based observation, simulation results, theory, in-situ and remote sensing data analysis. We welcome results from past missions such as Voyager, Galileo and Cassini-Huygens, and current missions such as Hisaki and JUNO.