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MatISSE

Planetary Science Division / Science Mission Directorate

Maturation of Instruments for Solar System Exploration (MatISSE)

MATISSE Instruments Encompass Many Instrument Types All planetary bodies
Instrument Type Mercury Venus The Moon Mars Asteroids, Trojans, KBOs, NEOs Comets Gas Giants (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) Titan Icy Moons (Europa, Enceladus, Ganymede, Callisto) Other gas giant moons and rings With atmosphere Without atmosphere Other
High energy (x-ray, g-ray, neutron, etc.) 14-MATISE
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Ultraviolet/ Visible 16-MATISE
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Microscopy
LIDAR 18-MATISE
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Infrared
Raman 18-MATISE
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Thermal Infrared
Sub-mm/THz


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Radar/GPR 18-MATISE
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Mass Spectrometry
Seismometer 16-MATISE
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Magnetometer 16-MATISE
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Any magnetized body with magnetic field > ~200 nT
Gravitometer 18-MATISE
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Earth
Heat Sensor
Atmospheric probe 18-MATISE
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Dust/Saltation probe
Ice/Regolith Sampler 12-MATISSE
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Chemical Sensor 18-MATISE
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Sampler/Extractor/ Separator 16-MATISE
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Plasma Probe
Biological sensor 16-MATISE
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Water Exploration

Water Hunting Advanced Terahertz Spectrometer on an Ultra-small Platform (WHATSUP)

Comets fly-by on a CubeSat/SmallSat


Icy Body Spectrometer

Maturation of a Hypertunable IR Laser Spectrometer for In Situ Planetary Exploration

Europa, Enceladus, and other icy bodies with extensions to planetary atmospheres.


Chemical Identification

in-Situ Spectroscopic Europa Explorer (iSEE)

Planetary surface (landers, rovers), orbiters, and flythrough configurations.


Gravity Measurement

Superconducting Gravity Gradiometer for Planetary Dynamics

Mapping

Space Exploration Synthetic Aperture Radar (SESAR): A Digital Beamforming Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar for Subsurface Imaging

Mars, Moon, Venus, airless body orbital radar for surface and subsurface mapping.


Martian Water

WASSR: WAter Sounding Short-range Radar

Mars surface


Mapping Lidar

Swath Mapping Lidar with Fiber Lasers and PN Code Modulation

Airless body surfaces, asteroids, comet core, or planets.


Chromatography

Ion/Liquid Chromatography for Exploration of Solar System (ILCESS)

Mars (sub)surface; airless body surfaces, planetary body flyby or orbiter.


X-ray Spectrometer

Mapping X-ray Spectrometer (MapX)

Mars surface, airless body surfaces, Ocean Worlds.


Organic Analysis

Enceladus Organic Analyzer (EOA)

Icy moon e.g. Enceladus plume fly-by / orbiter; icy moon lander; comet in situ organic analysis


Heterodyne Spectrometers

Reflective spatial heterodyne spectrometers for high-resolving power emission line characterization from orbital and remote missions

All planetary and satellite atmospheres and space weather. Weakly to strongly active small bodies. Active water environments.


Remote Observation

A Maturation Project for a Submillimeter Enceladus Life Fundamentals Instrument (SELFI)

SELFI will remotely observe the chemical composition and dynamics of Enceladus’ plumes Before, During, and After in situ plume encounters thus proving both context and targeting data for a sampling mission.


Broadband Seismometer

A Planetary Broadband Seismometer (PBBS) for the Lunar Geophysical Network and the Ocean Worlds

Lunar Geophysical Network (LGN), Ocean Worlds landers.


Vector Magnetometer

Miniature Absolute Vector Magnetometer for Resource-Constrained Solar System Body Exploration

Planetary bodies and satellites with remanent and/or induced magnetic fields.


Building Rb Lasers

Partial Maturation of CDEX: Building Rb Lasers for CDEX

The Moon Mars


Global Climate Measurements

MARLI: MARs LIdar for global climate measurements from orbit

Mars and Titan atmospheres from orbit


Imaging Spectrometer

ADVANCING THE TRL OF A COMPACT, HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE ULTRAVIOLET IMAGING SPECTROMETER
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