PERC Int'l Symposium on Dust & Parent Bodies 2020 (IDP2020)


To share state-of-the-art research on dust delivered to Earth and its parent bodies in a multidisciplinary approach of planetary science and astronomy in light of the DESTINY+ mission 


  1. Solar heating

  2. Observation campaign of Phaethon and 2005 UD


Scientific program

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

12:00                The venue opens

12:40-12:50    Tomoko Arai (PERC/ChiTech)

  1. Opening Remark & Introduction

[Chair: Fumi Yoshida]

12:50-13:30    Junichi Haruyama (ISAS/JAXA)†

  1. Terrain Camera on SELENE (Kaguya)

13:30-13:40    Coffee Break

13:40-14:20    Makiko Ohtake (ISAS/JAXA)

  1. Multiband Imager on SELENE (Kaguya) and camera system on SLIM

14:20-15:00    Jianghui Ji (Chinese Academy of Sciences)†

  1. Chang'e-2 Toutatis's flyby

15:00-15:20    Coffee Break

[Chair: Masanori Kobayashi]

15:20-16:00    Ryu Funase (The University of Tokyo, ISAS/JSAS)†

  1. Nano/micro-spacecraft for deep space exploration: PROCYON, EQUULEUS, and beyond

16:00-16:40    Shingo Kameda (Rikkyo University)

  1. Cameras on MMX (TENGOO and OROCHI) and Japanese participation in Comet Interceptor

16:40                 Adjourn

17:00-19:00    Dinner (optional)

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

9:30                The venue opens

[Chair: Hiroshi Kimura]

10:00-10:40    H. Uwe Keller (Technische Universität Braunschweig)

  1. From 74×74 to 2048×2048 pixels: 30 years of CCD cameras on planetary missions (Invited Talk)

10:40 -10:50    Coffee Break

10:50 -11:30    Jim Bell (Arizona State University)

  1. Design, heritage, and operations of the NASA Psyche multispectral imaging system (Invited Talk)

11:30-12:10    Tsutomu Yamanokuchi (Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan)

  1. Sensing systems on Earth observation satellites

12:10-13:30    Lunch

[Chair: Koji Wada]

13:30-14:10    Olivier S. Barnouin (JHUAPL)†

  1. Imaging systems onboard New Horizons and the proposed Mantis mission, with some science results from 2014 MU64

14:10-15:20    Poster Session

[Chair: Ko Ishibashi]

15:20-16:00    Marc W. Buie (Southwest Research Institute)

  1. Observation of stellar occultation by Phaethon for DESTINY+, by Jupiter Trojans for Lucy, and by Arrokoth for New Horizons (Invited Talk)

16:00-16:40    Sean Marshall (Arecibo Observatory & University of Central Florida)†, Patrick Taylor, Edgard Rivera-Valentín, Flaviane Venditti, Anne Virkki, Lance Benner, Marina Brozović, Shantanu Naidu, Luisa Zambrano-Marin, Sriram Bhiravarasu, Betzaida Aponte-Hernandez, Carolina Rodriguez Sanchez-Vahamonde, Marin Ferrais, Emmanuël Jehin, Claudine Rinner, Michel Ory, Zouhair Benkhaldoun, Matthew Knight, Annika Gustafsson, Nicholas Moskovitz, Alexander Serebryanskiy, Maxim Krugov, and Inna Reva

  1. Updated 3D shape model of Phaethon (Invited Talk)

16:40                Adjourn

Thursday, February 27, 2020

9:30                The venue opens

[Chair: Peng Hong]

10:00-10:40    Seiji Sugita (The University of Tokyo)

  1. Development and science observations of the optical navigation camera of Hayabusa2 (Invited Talk)

10:40-10:50    Coffee Break

10:50-11:30    Kazunori Ogawa (JSEC/JAXA)

  1. Hayabusa2/DCAM3: Miniaturized deployable camera unit for science observations

11:30-12:10    Jim Bell (Arizona State University)

  1. Evolution of NASA Mars rover imaging systems: From Pathfinder to MER to MSL to Mars 2020

12:10-13:30    Lunch

[Chair: Hiroki Senshu]

13:30-14:10    Takehiko Satoh (ISAS/JAXA)†

  1. IR1+IR2 onboard Akatsuki: A near-IR imager suite for planetary sciences

14:10-14:50    Tetsuya Fukuhara (Rikkyo University)

  1. The uncooled microbolometer camera for flight

14:50 -15:10    Coffee Break

[Chair: Takayuki Hirai]

15:10-15:50    Shinsuke Abe (Nihon University)†,  M. Yanagisawa, R. Fuse, Y. Masuda, S. Ikari, M. Fujiwara, H. Kondo, H. Yano, and R. Funase

  1. Development of lunar impact flash observing camera DELPHINUS on 6U CubeSat EQUULEUS (Invited Talk)

15:50-16:20    Tomoko Arai (PERC/ChiTech)

  1. Discussion by all participants

16:20-16:30    Group Photo

16:30                Adjourn

N.B. Invited speakers who will not show up on site but online are marked with a dagger (†).


Poster presentations

- Harald Krüger (MPI für Sonnensystemforschung)

  1. Cometary dust trail simulations for MMX and Destiny+ space missions (preliminary title)

  2. -Hajime Yano (JAXA/ISAS)

  3. Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Flux Assessment by Tanpopo onboard ISS in 2015-2019

  4. -Yuichiro Cho (University of Tokyo), Shingo Kameda, Koki Yumoto, Tomohiro Usui, Conor Ryan, Till Hagelschuer, Roderick Vance, Maximilian Buder, Ute Böttger, Heinz-Wilhelm Hübers, Andoni Moral, and Fernando Rull

  5. Development of Raman Spectrometer for Martian Moons Exploration (RAX)

- Yousuke Masuda (Nihon University), Shinsuke Abe, Noriyuki Namiki, Koji Matsumoto , Hirotomo Noda , Hiroki Senshu, Huyuto Terui, Takahide Mizuno

  1. The surface roughness of 162173 Ryugu based on the topography from HAYABUSA2 LIDAR

- Isao Sato (none)

  1. Occultation predictions by unusual objects

- Myoung-Jae Lee & Young-Dae Jung (Hanyang University) — CANCELED

  1. Propagation and Landau damping of the surface waves in semi-bounded space dusty plasmas

- Eduard D. Kuznetsov (Ural Federal University), D. V. Glamazda, G. T. Kaiser, Yu. S. Vibe

  1. Observations of (3200) Phaethon in Kourovka Astronomical Observatory

- Yi Xie (Jimei University) — CANCELED

  1. Accretion viscosity of  protoplanetary disks

- Ko Ishibashi (Chiba Institute of Technology), P. Hong (Chiba Institute of Technology), T. Ishimaru (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), T. Okamoto (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), S. Sato (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), T. Arai (Chiba Institute of Technology), F. Yoshida (Chiba Institute of Technology), M. Yamada (Chiba Institute of Technology), O. Okudaira (Chiba Institute of Technology), M. Kagitani (Tohoku University), S. Kameda (Rikkyo University), T. Iwata (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), T. Okada (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), T. Takashima (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)

  1. DESTINY+ on-board cameras to be prepared for flyby observation of (3200) Phaethon

- Peng  Hong (Chiba Institute of Technology)

  1. Initial ground-tests for the breadboard model of TCAP tracking mirror of DESTINY+ mission

- Tomoko Arai, Masanori Kobayashi, Manabu Yamada, Senshu Hiroki, and Takafumi Matsui (PERC, ChiTech)

  1. Meteor observation camera onboard the ISS

- Takayuki Hirai, Masanori Kobayashi, Tomoko Arai, Hiroshi Kimura (CIT/PERC), Ralf Srama (Stuttgart Univ.), Harald Krüger (MPS), and DESTINY+ team

  1. Current development status of DESTINY+ Dust Analyzer