Outer planet moon - magnetosphere interaction workshop

Newton 1 (Estec)

Newton 1



COVID19: We hope the workshop will go ahead as planned in person. However, we are committed to shifting to an online conference in case the situation regarding COVID19 prevents us from meeting in person. If the meeting will be held on site, please note that it will still be possible for you to attend remotely.

Please do not make any accommodation and/or travel bookings that are not fully refundable.

Abstract submission has been extended until the 31st of July 2020!


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.

Please note that the number of participants is limited to 60 people.

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