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P61. To Earth and beyond: Remote Sensing applications from Geosciences to Planetary Exploration


Congressi SGI-SIMP

  • Rita Chirico - Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  • Beatrice Baschetti - Università degli Studi di Padova
  • Lorenzo Ammirati - Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV)
  • Pietro Miele
  • Francesca Mancini - Università degli Studi G. D'Annunzio Chieti-Pescara
Remote sensing (RS) technologies are well_established approaches to address challenging problems in all fields of Geosciences and Planetary Sciences: the increasing availability of powerful data from different types of sensors, makes it a great tool for studying the Earth and other Solar System bodies.
RS is used for several applications such as evaluating, monitoring, and managing risks and natural resources at multi-temporal, multi-(hyper-)spectral and spatial resolution. Moreover, surface and subsurface characteristics of many solar system bodies can be studied thanks to RS instruments. The information retrieved also affects mission planning and provides essential insight into the risks for human and robotic space resources exploration.
This session provides an opportunity for RS scientists to interact with and learn from each other by sharing ideas on the latest scientific progress and future perspectives of RS applications. The session welcomes contributions in:
- RS methods, data calibration and validation
- RS for mineral exploration and mine sites monitoring and managing
- RS for deformation monitoring, risk assessment and managing
- GIS geologic and geomorphologic mapping in Geosciences and Planetary Sciences
- Photogrammetric and spectroscopic RS of Earth and planetary surfaces
- Procedures for selecting targets of interest for space resources missions
- Landing sites studies
- Planetary analog studies.
Remote sensing, Multispectral and hyperspectral imaging, Planetary surfaces, Planetary exploration, Geological Mapping, Natural Resources, Risk