Program of Hayabusa 2021

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Session-1: Ryugu sample
No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
S1-1An overview of initial descriptions for samples returned from C‐type asteroid RyuguT. Yada
S1-2First NIR hyperspectral imaging of Hayabusa2 returned samples by the MicrOmega microscope within the ISAS Curation FacilityC. Pilorget
S1-3Initial analysis of Hayabusa2 returned samples from asteroid (162173) RyuguS. Tachibana
S1-4Progress of chemical characterization of asteroid Ryugu samplesH. Yurimoto
S1-5Initial analysis of “stone” size Ryugu samples: current statusT. Nakamura
S1-6Mineralogy and surface modification of small grains recovered from the asteroid 162173 RyuguT. Noguchi
S1-7Initial Analysis of Volatile Components in the Hayabusa2 SamplesR. Okazaki
S1-8An initial look at the distributions and compositions of organic macromolecules in the asteroid Ryugu samplesH. Yabuta
S1-9Soluble Organic Matter (SOM) analysis of the Hayabusa2 samples: The first resultsH. Naraoka

Session-2: Ryugu sample
No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
S2-1A first look at the interior and exterior of Ryugu preserved in samples collected by Hayabusa2E. Nakamura
S2-2The C‐type asteroid Ryugu: A first detailed look by Phase2 Curation Kochi (Ph2K)M. Ito
S2-3JAXA Detailed Description ‐Variation of surface characteristics of Ryugu returned samples‐A. Nakato
S2-4Overview of the features of returned samples from the C‐type asteroid 162173 Ryugu based on optical microscope observations and their weightsA. Miyazaki
S2-5Initial description of Ryugu returned samples: characteristics of individual grains by FT‐IR analysisK. Hatakeda
S2-6MicrOmega detections of C‐rich phases in Ryugu returned samples within the Hayabusa2 JAXA Extraterrestrial Curation CenterJ. -P. Bibring
S2-7MicrOmega detections of carbonates in Ryugu returned samples within the Hayabusa 2 JAXA Extraterrestrial Curation CenterD. Loizeau
S2-8The 2.7μm OH band in different grains of Ryugu from the two collection sites, as seen by MicrOmega in the Hayabusa2 Curation FacilityT. Le Pivert-Jolivet
S2-9Microscale diversity of H, C, and N isotopes in asteroid RyuguL. R. Nittler
S2-10Diversity of Insoluble Organic Matter at the Nanoscale in Asteroid RyuguR. Stroud
S2-11Infrared transmission spectra of Ryugu particles and their unique adsorption behaviorY. Kebukawa
S2-12Thermal history of Ryugu based on Raman characterization of Hayabusa2 samplesL. Bonal
S2-13Elemental and isotopic compositions of organic grains from asteroid RyuguL. Remusat

Session-3: Ryugu sample
No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
S3-1Exposure Conditions of Samples Collected on Ryugu’s Two Touchdown Sites Determined by Cosmogenic NuclidesK. Nishiizumi
S3-2Small grains from Ryugu: handling and analysis pipeline for Infrared Synchrotron MicrospectroscopyS. Rubino
S3-3Preliminary results from FTIR hyper‐spectral imaging campaign on Ryugu small grains and fragmentsZ. Dionnet
S3-4Iron valence state and mineralogy in particles from asteroid RyuguM. Roskosz
S3-5Three‐dimensional analysis of Ryugu sample particles using X‐ray nanotomographyA. Tsuchiyama
S3-6Surface morphologies and space weathering features of Ryugu samplesT. Matsumoto
S3-7CNHOS contents with their isotopic compositions and preliminary organic profiles from the Hayabusa2 samplesY. Takano
S3-8Compound distribution determined by nanoLC‐Orbitrap MSF. -R. Orthous-Daunay
S3-9Highest molecular diversity and structural complexity revealed with ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of Ryugu´s samplesP. Schmitt-Kopplin

Session‐4: Asteroid ‐ Meteorite Connection
No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
S4-1The Winchcombe Meteorite: A Pristine Sample of the Outer Asteroid BeltA. J. King
S4-2Thermal History of Dehydrated CY Chondrites Reconstructed from their Fe‐sulfide GrainsC. Harrison
S4-3Hydrothermal history of (162173) Ryugu’s parent body inferred from remote‐sensing dataE. Tatsumi
S4-4Multiband thermal radiometry and related laboratory studies, indicating possible origin and evolution of RyuguM. Hamm
S4-5Color Mapping of Asteroid BennuD. DellaGiustina
S4-6The Mineralogy and Organic Composition of Bennu as Observed by VNIR and TIR SpectroscopyV. E. Hamilton
S4-7The Nature of Extraterrestrial Amino Acids in Carbonaceous Chondrites and Links to Their Parent BodiesD. P. Glavin
S4-8Oxygen isotopes and water in bulk matrix of CM2 Murchison as an analog for Ryugu matrixA. Patkar
S4-9Anomalous and ungrouped carbonaceous chondrites in the US Antarctic meteorite collection and their potential relevance to Ryugu and BennuK. Righter

Session‐5: Itokawa Sample and Meteorites
No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
S5-1Volatiles in Chondrites and AchondritesM. Bose
S5-2Space weathering of sulfides and silicate minerals from asteroid ItokawaL. C. Chaves
S5-3Space weathering of iron sulfides on airless bodiesT. Matsumoto
S5-4Extraterrestrial Non‐Protein Amino Acids Identified in Carbon‐Rich Particles Returned from Asteroid ItokawaE. T. Parker
S5-5NaCl in an Itokawa Particle: Terrestrial or Asteroidal?S. Che
S5-6Northwest Africa 5401 CV chondrite: Not oxidized, not reduced, maybe in between?T. J. Fagan
S5-7Organics and iron speciation in CI chondrites : a combined STXM and TEM studyC. Le Guillou
S5-8Shocked regolith in asteroid 25143 Itokawa surfaceJ. M. Trigo-Rodríguez
S5-9Organic matter in Itokawa particlesQ. H. S. Chan

Session‐6: Sample Return & Space Missions
No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
S6-1Hayabusa2 curation: from concept, design, development, to operationsM. Abe
S6-2Sample Analysis Plan for NASA’s OSIRIS‐REx MissionH. C. Connolly Jr.
S6-3Scientific importance of the sample analyses of Phobos regolith and the analytical protocols of returned samples by the MMX missionW. Fujiya
S6-4What should we do with these Martian rocks? A tale of MSR Sample Science and CurationA. Hutzler
S6-5A New Laboratory Facility in the Era of Sample Return: the Sample Analysis Laboratory (SAL) at DLR BerlinE. Bonato
S6-6Milani CubeSat for ESA Hera missionT. Kohout
S6-7The young basalts on the Moon: Pb–Pb isochron dating in Chang’e‐5 Basalt CE5C0000YJYX03501GPD. Liu

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Poster Presentation

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No.Presentation titleCorresponding author
P-1The fundamental deformation of cosmic bodies not depending of their sizes and compositions(from asteroids to Universe)G. G. Kochemasov
P-2Exogenous copper sulfide in a returned grain from asteroid ItokawaK. D. Burgess
P-3A Series of Recent Falls of Carbonaceous Chondrites ‐ Perfect Analogues for Returned Hayabusa 2 and Osiris Rex Asteroidal MaterialsV. H. Hoffmann
P-4Heated Synthetic Murchison Reflectance SpectraS. Sidhu
P-5Status of the Curatorial Database System for the Ryugu SamplesM. Nishimura
P-6Methodology of MicrOmega data acquisition/processing in initial description of Ryugu returned samplesK. Yogata
P-7Comparison of ion‐ and laser‐weathered spectra of olivines and pyroxenesK. Chrbolková
P-8Solid Materials of Mineral and Rock on the Solar System: X‐ray Unit and Mixed StatusY. Miura
P-9Model of Material Characteristics of Carbonaceous Meteorites from Texture of Carbon‐Bearing GrainsY. Miura
P-10Neural network for classification of asteroid spectraD. Korda
P-11Assessment of organic, inorganic, and microbial contamination in the facilities of the Extraterrestrial Sample Curation Center of JAXAY. Hitomi

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Abstracts of Antarctic meteorites session (from the collaborative symposium by NIPR)

The 12th Symposium on Polar Science

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