ISAS Space Science Colloquium & Space Science Seminar
Future Planetary Atmospheric, Surface, and Interior Science Using Radio and Laser Links
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Radio links are used to communicate with spacecraft and also to examine important properties of planetary atmospheres, surfaces, and interior structures by carefully studying small changes in the radio signal's parameters caused by geophysical phenomena. Improving the radio system on the spacecraft and ground stations can lead to additional scientific discoveries. There is a trend to plan for small spacecraft to explore the Solar System in future. Sami Asmar is an experienced radio scientist and leads JPL research initiatives in the science and technology of radio and laser link utilization for planetary exploration.
Place: Bldg. A 2F conf. room（1257） / 新研究管理棟2階会議室A（1257号室）