Accepted proposals of the Ryugu Sample 3rd AO


Ashley J KingNatural History MuseumUnlocking Ryugu’s Past: Primary Mineralogy, Aqueous Alteration, and Relationship to Chondrite Groups
Benjamin Paul WeissMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMagnetic Investigation of an Asteroid from Submillimeter to Kilometer Scales
Cornelia MeinertCNRS - Universite Cote d'AzurExploring the origin of life's homochirality: Enantiomeric Excess Analysis of Sugars and Amino Acids from Ryugu
Guillaume AviceUniversite Paris Cite IPGP CNRSNoble gas measurements of Hayabusa 2 gas samples to correct for atmospheric contamination and develop new curation techniques for volatile-rich samples collected during space missions
Hajime YanoJAXA/ISASMicrostructural Analyses to Search for Evidence of Alteration Diversity within Precursor Materials of the Carbonaceous Asteroid Ryugu
Jabrane LabidiInstitut de Physique du Globe de ParisThe sulfur isotope composition of Ryugu: establishing CI chondrites as a volatile contributor to Earth
Jemma DavidsonArizona State UniversityConstraining formation and alteration conditions of Ryugu via chrome-spinel
Joseph L KirschvinkCalifornia Institute of Technology (Caltech, USA); Kochi Marine Core Center (Kochi University, Japan)A Continued Search for Dirac’s Magnetic Monopoles in Returned Samples from the Asteroid Ryugu
Kunihiko NishiizumiSpace Sciences Laboratory, University of California, BerkeleyStudy of exposure history of Ryugu surface-3
Mehmet YesiltasKirklareli UniversityNanoscale Characterization of Ryugu Organic Matter and Variations in the Parent Body Processes.
Noriyuki KawasakiHokkaido UniversityAl-Mg systematics of high-temperature minerals in Ryugu
Takahito OsawaJapan Atomic Energy AgencyAccurate bulk elemental concentrations of Ryugu samples using prompt γ-ray analysis
Tatsuhiko KawamotoShizuoka UniversitySearch for unknown crack-filling carbonaceous materials in bruennerite and comparison with carbonaceous matrix
Toru MatsumotoKyoto UniversityDetailed investigation of highly sodium-rich fragments in Ryugu samples.
Toshiki KogaJapan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and TechnologyFurther Investigation of Nucleobases in Ryugu samples
Yoshio TakahashiThe University of TokyoHighly sensitive and least damaging speciation analysis for nitrogen, iron, carbon and other elements in Ryugu by scanning X-ray fluorescence microscopy (SFXM)
Zelia DionnetInstitut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Universite Paris saclay, FranceExploring secondary processes on Ryugu through 3D structuration and mineralogy


Accepted proposals of the Ryugu Sample 2nd AO


Adrian John BrearleyUniversity of New MexicoMicro and nanostructural mineralogic, isotopic, and spectroscopic studies of Ryugu samples
Akira TsuchiyamaRitsumeikan UniversityA systematic study of magnetite crystal morphologies in Ryugu samples: investigation of aqueous alteration in Ryugu parent body
Ann N NguyenNASA JSCPresolar and early solar system materials preserved in Ryugu samples
Bradley T De GregorioU.S. Naval Research LaboratoryOrganic Functional Chemistry Variations of Ryugu Carbonaceous Grains and Diffuse Matter
Cateline LantzInstitut d'Astrophysique SpatialeExploring space weathering on Ryugu through ion irradiation
Christian VollmerUniversity of MuensterThe nano-scale functional chemistry of Ryugu organic matter investigated by low-dose high-resolution electron energy loss spectroscopy
Daisuke NakashimaTohoku UniversityChondrules and CAIs in the Ryugu samples: constraints on the radial outward transport process in the solar nebula
Ernesto PalombaINAFPRAWNS - Primitive Asteroid Weathering: New Studies
Frank E. BrenkerGoethe University FrankfurtMagnetite-Apatite Veins
George D CodyEarth and Planets Laboratory1H Solid State NMR of Ryugu Powder Samples: Attaining a refined molecular understanding of Insoluble Organic Matter from a C-Type Asteroid
George James FlynnState Univ New York-PlattsburghMicroscale Phosphorus and Sulfur Mineralogy to Explore Fluid Chemistry During Aqueous Alteration of Ryugu
Gerardo DominguezCalifornia State University San MarcosNanoscale Coordinated Studies of Ryugu Samples
Haolan TangUniversity of Science and Technology of ChinaK isotopic anomalies constrain the MVE source of Ryugu
Henner BusemannETH ZurichTrapped and cosmogenic noble gases in various samples brought back by JAXA from Ryugu
Hideko NomuraNational Astronomical Observatory of JapanMolecular and isotopic links in organic matter from protoplanetary disks to Ryugu samples
Hope A. IshiiUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaExploration of GEMS-like material and space weathering features in Ryugu grains
Hugues LerouxUniv Lille, FranceFIB sections requests for further advanced microscopy analyses (Vibrational-EELS, 4D-STEM and STXM)
James GreenwoodWesleyan UniversityIsotopic studies of phosphate minerals in Ryugu
Jamie GilmourThe University of ManchesterHalogen and I-Xe analyses of Ryugu material
Jennika GreerUniversity of GlasgowNanoscale investigation of space weathered Ryugu grains using atom probe tomography
Jerome GattaccecaCEREGE, CNRSThe magnetic record of Ryugu's samples
Johanna Marin CarbonneUniversity of LausanneConstraining Fluid alteration on Ryugu from the Analyses of Volatiles and their Isotopes
John BridgesUniversity of LeicesterElectron Microscopy and Nanodiffraction Studies of Phyllosilicate in Ryugu and CI Chondrites
Junya MatsunoRitsumeikan UniversityPorosity measurement of Ryugu particles and direct observation of pores in phyllosilicates
Kazuhiko NinomiyaOsaka UniversityVerification of differences in the chemical composition of samples from chambers A and C by muon non-destructive analysis.
Keita YamadaTokyo TechAnalyses of Low-Molecular-Weight Organic Compounds in Asteroid Ryugu
Kunihiko NishiizumiSpace Sciences Laboratory, University of California, BerkeleyStudy of exposure history of Ryugu surface-2
Masaaki MiyaharaHiroshima UniversityTerrestrial weathering process at an early stage of Ryugu grains
Michael E ZolenskyNASA JSCMeasurement of the composition of aqueous fluids for Ryugu's parent asteroid
Rhonda StroudArizona State UniversityTransmission Electron Microscopy of Presolar SiC and Mineral-Organic Relationships
Richard John WalkerUniversity of MarylandAcquisition of Ryugu Aggregate Samples for Siderophile Element Analysis Including Os and Mo Isotopic Compositions
Sujoy MukhopadhyayUniversity of Davis CaliforniaCombined noble gas, major volatiles and chromium isotopic analyses to constrain the history of Ryugu
Takaaki NoguchiKyoto UniversityA combined study of fine-grained space-weathered Ryugu grains.
Tetsuya YokoyamaTokyo Institute of TechnologyOrigin of Cr isotopic variability in Ryugu samples
Thorsten KleineMPI for Solar System ResearchMo, Ge, and Te isotopic investigation of Ryugu
Tomoki NakamuraTohoku UniversityEarly history of Ryugu's parent asteroid inferred from mineralogical and isotope signatures
Toru NakahashiHiroshima UniversityThe estimation of shock metamorphism in Ryugu grains based on the shock experiments of CI chondrite
Yoshiaki SugimotoUniversity of TokyoSubmolecular imaging of individual organic molecules in Ryugu samples using atomic force microscopy


Accepted proposals of the Ryugu Sample 1st AO


Alessandro MaturilliDLRBridging the gap - linking remote sensing, in-situ and laboratory spectroscopy
Bernard MartyCNRS/Univer site de LorraineExploring the heterogeneity of noble gas and nitrogen in Ryugu samples
Cyrena Anne GoodrichLPI, USRA-HoustonRyugu and the Diversity of CI-like Materials in the Early Solar System
Danielle Ziva ShulakerLawrence Livermore National LaboratorySnapshots of our origins: The pre-solar to post-planetary formation epoch of the Solar System
Elena DobricaUniversity of HawaiiCoordinated micro- and nano-analyses of phyllosilicate matrices and carbonates in Ryugu samples using FIB-TEM and SIMS techniques
Emmanuel DartoisInstitut des Sciences Moleculaires d'ORSAYSubmicron combined Analysis of Ryugu samples. Comparison with micrometeorites.
Francois-Regis Orthous-DaunayUniversity Grenoble AlpesSearch for multiple sources of organic molecular complexity
Frank E. BrenkerGoethe University FrankfurtIn depth REE and trace element study of Ca-rich phases by means of synchrotron XRF
Frank WombacherUniversitat zu Koln/GermanyElemental composition by ICP-MS: Ryugu sample heterogeneity and direct comparison to CI chondrites
Hajime YanoJAXA/ISASEvaluation of Material Modification and Collection Biases for Micrometeorite Samples in the Terrestrial Environment with Indigenous Asteroidal Samples
Hassan SabbahIRAP, Universite de Toulouse, CNRSThe origin and evolution of large carbonaceous molecules in our solar system
Hiroharu YuiTokyo University of ScienceLower frequency & fluorescence-reduced Raman scattering imaging of sulfides, phyllosilicates, carbonates, and carbons on Ryugu surfaces for their chemical states analyses
Hitesh G ChangelaJIPC, Czech Academy of SciencesInvestigating the Evolution of Macromolecular Organic Material from Asteroid 162173 Ryugu
Imene KerraouchInstitut fur Planetologie, University of Munster/ NASA JSCResearch on C1-related material: Ryugu samples in comparison to C1 extraterrestrial lithologies.
Jerome AleonIMPMC, MNHN, CNRSRyugu's insights on the origin of water in planetary materials
Jerome GattaccecaCEREGE, CNRSA wide magnetic survey of Ryugu samples
Jose Carlos AponteNASA, Goddard Space Flight CenterCharacterization of cyanide in Ryugu: A deadly precursor of life on Earth
Joseph L KirschvinkCaltech, USA/ Kochi University, JapanA search for magnetic monopoles using the unique opportunities provided by the returned samples from asteroid Ryugu
Kentaro TeradaOsaka UniversityIn-situ analysis of U-Th-Pb systematics of Ryugu apatite: Chronological search for traces of subsequent alteration
Ko HashizumeIbaraki UniversityVolatile evolution in primitive asteroid Ryugu deciphered from in-grain multi-volatile distribution studies including nitrogen isotope
Kunihiko NishiizumiSSL, University of California, BerkeleyStudy of exposure history of Ryugu surface
Larry R NittlerCarnegie Institution of WashingtonNanoSIMS isotopic characterization of presolar and organic materials in Ryugu
Lydie BONALIPAG (Grenoble, France)Investigation of the N-bearing materials in Hayabusa2 samples
Maitrayee BoseArizona State UniversityCharacterization of Organosulfurs to Constrain the Thermal and Chemical History of Ryugu
Marco FerrariInstitute for Space Astrophysics and PlanetologyInvestigating the ammonium-bearing phase in Ryugu samples and tracing the evolution process of C-type asteroids
Mehmet YesiltasKirklareli UniversityNanoscale Characterization of Organic Matter and Mineral Species in Hayabusa2 Samples
Michelle ThompsonPurdue UniversityUnderstanding Space Weathering of Samples from Asteroid Ryugu
Nicholas Erik TimmsCurtin UniversityWhere does mineralogical and isotopic heterogeneity of Ryugu samples meet monotonic solar chemistry?
Queenie ChanRoyal Holloway University of LondonWater and organics of Ryugu
Rosario BrunettoIAS, CNRS, Universite Paris-SaclayEvolution processes of Ryugu, from aqueous alteration to space weathering
Scott Alan SandfordNASA Ames Research CenterInfrared Spectral Mapping Study of Organics in Ryugu Samples
Seiji SugitaUniversity of TokyoMicroscopic optical spectrophotometric mapping of Ryugu samples and comparison with composition distribution and space weathering experiments
Takaaki NoguchiKyoto UniversityA combined study of space weathering of the asteroid Ryugu
Takahito OsawaJapan Atomic Energy AgencyPrecise determination of elemental composition for asteroid Ryugu using prompt gamma-ray analysis
Takashi MikouchiUniversity of TokyoMineralogy of Ryugu samples: Tracking progressive alteration processes
Tom ZegaUniversity of ArizonaConstraining the Origins of Ryugu Sulfides Through Micro to Atomic-Scale Analysis of Hayabusa2 Particles
Toru MatsumotoKyoto UniversityInvestigation of the space weathering features of asteroid Ryugu and its parent body
Trevor R IrelandUniversity of QueenslandA volatile history of Ryugu
Wataru FujiyaIbaraki UniversityThermal history and internal structure of the Ryugu parent body constrained from petrological observation, isotope compositions, ages, and theoretical modelling
Yoshio TakahashiUniversity of TokyoSpeciation of nitrogen, iron, and carbon by X-ray spectroscopy to reveal the origin and evolution of asteroid Ryugu