The Seventh Symposium on Polar Science (29 November - 2 December, 2016)

[OA] Antarctic meteorites / Hayabusa
[OA] 南極隕石 / はやぶさ

This session will be held jointly with Hayabusa 2016 (symposium of solar system material), and to present recent research outcomes for Antarctic meteorites and micrometeorites. It will also be an opportunity for general and topical discussion sessions dealing with new data from non-Antarctic meteorites and extraterrestrial materials, and related experimental and theoretical works.

本セッションは、宇宙物質科学シンポジウム(Hayabusa 2016)と共催します。南極隕石や微隕石からの最新の成果を議論するほか、非南極隕石や地球外物質一般に関するもの、また、関連する実験的、理論的研究に関する発表も歓迎します。

Convener: Akira Yamaguchi (NIPR), Masanao Abe (JAXA)

Oral presentations (9:30 - 12:00)

Date : Fri. 2 Dec.
Place : 2F Auditorium, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
口頭発表会場:国語研究所 2階 講堂

Chair: Naoko Shirai
09:30 - 09:45 Bulk elemental analyses of iron meteorites by using INAA and LA-ICPMS *N. Shirai (TMU), A. Yamaguchi (NIPR), M. K. Haba (NIPR), T. Ojima (NIPR), M. Ebiahra (TMU) and H. Kojima (NIPR)
09:45 - 10:00 Stages of crystallization in a basaltic body from the moon revealed by different types of olivine cumulate gabbro from NWA 773 group meteorites *T.J. Fagan (Waseda Univ), Y. Hori (Waseda Univ), M. Sasaki (Waseda Univ), H. Nagaoka (Waseda Univ)
10:00 - 10:15 Volatile abundances of Martian Interior revealed by martian meteorite NWA 6162 *S. Hu, Y. T. Lin, T. Zhang, J. C. Zhang and J. L. Hao (IGG-CAS)
10:15 - 10:30 Lead isotopic systematics of Martian meteorite Zagami *Minato Tobita (Tokyo Tech), Tomohiro USUI (Tokyo Tech), Takahumi NIIHARA (Tokyo Univ.), Keiji MISAWA (NIPR), Tetsuya YOKOYAMA (Tokyo Tech)
10:30 - 10:45 Petrology and mineralogy of Northwest Africa 7397 lherzolitic shegottite *Masashi Yoshida (Hiroshima U), Masaaki Miyahara (Hiroshima U), Takeshi Sakai (Ehime U), Hiroaki Ohfuji (Ehime U), Akira Yamaguchi (NIPR), Naotaka Tomioka (JAMSTEC), Fumiya Maeda (Tohoku U), Itaru Ohira (Tohoku U), Eiji Ohtani (Tohoku U), Seiji Kamada (Tohoku U)
10:45 - 11:00 Experimental results on a siderite sedimentary rock as a possible martian sediment: Can this rock survive the entry process through the Earth's atmosphere without any significant disintegration? *Szabolcs Nagy (Seismological Observatory of Budapest), Sandor Jozsa (ELTE-TTK), Hirotsugu Nishido (OUS)
Chair: Akira Yamaguchi
11:00 - 12:00 My five attendance for the Antarctica for about 30 years *Hideyasu Kojima (NIPR)