Line Drube

Line Drube

Projekt Manager

DTU SPACE
Institut for Rumforskning og Rumteknologi

Geomagnetisme

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Centrifugevej

Bygning 356, rum 014

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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Fax 45 25 97 01
E-mail ld@space.dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0003-2486-8894

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Uddannelse

2007 - 2011
Ph.D., Københavns Universitet
2004 - 2006
M.Sc. (geofysik), Københavns Univesitet
2001 - 2004
B.Sc. (astrofysik), Københavns Universitet
2010 - 2010
•Space Science Program, International Space University
2004 - 2005
•Udvekslings år, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
2003 - 2003
•Alpbach Space Summer School, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Akademiske Grader

Ph.D. i astrofysik

Ansættelser

2012 - 2018
Det Tyske Rumfarts Institut, Forsker og projektleder
2007 - 2007
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Forskningsassistent
2005 - 2007
Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Guide / underviser

Ekspertise

Postdoc research: Asteroids – mitigating the threat of impacts on the Earth

From 2012 - 2018 I worked at the German Aerospace Center’s (DLR) Institute of Planetary Research in Berlin as a scientific researcher and project manager in the European-Union-funded (FP7) NEOShield project “A Global Approach to Near-Earth Object Impact Threat Mitigation”, followed by the EU Horizon 2020 NEOShield-2 project “Access technologies and characterization for Near Earth Objects (NEOs)” 2015-2017(www.neoshield.net). My research field was the physical properties of NEOs from the point of view of mitigation of impact threats and NEO deflection space missions (see publications list below). Amongst other results, this research has led to a new method of detecting metal-rich asteroids, a means of remotely probing the depth of regolith on asteroids, in addition to a concept for a low-cost asteroid impact test mission called NEOTωIST (NEO Transfer of angular momentum Spin Test).  

For years I was a member of the German delegation to the United Nations’ Action Team 14 on NEO impact hazards and  I represented Germany in the UN-mandated Space Mission Planning Advisory Group (SMPAG) and the International Asteroid Warning Network (IAWN). (www.cosmos.esa.int/web/smpag/ and www.iawn.net) and I was the coordinator of the SMPAG Ad-Hoc Working Group on Legal Issues.

Leadership experience:

My responsibilities in the NEOShield project included project coordination with Alan Harris and interfacing between the project consortium and the funding agency, namely the European Commission. In NEOShield-2 my responsibilities include scientific research coordination and maintenance of the project’s internal website.

After my preliminary work showed the NEOTωIST concept to be viable, I invited a team of NEOShield members to join the effort to prove the concept and design a mission. I coordinate this effort, which has been funded as part of the NEOShield and NEOShield-2 projects.  

In the course of the work of the SMPAG significant questions regarding legal issues in connection with NEO mitigation have arisen. In 2016 I was asked to establish a working group on legal issues under the auspices of SMPAG, which includes 10-15 legal experts in space law or international law and several scientists/engineers as technical experts. I coordinate the work of the group and the report on our findings (expected end of 2018).

For the Planetary Defense Conferences (Flagstaff 2013, Rome 2015, Tokyo 2017) I have been a member of the organizing committees and chair for the session on asteroid physical properties.

For the Didymos Observer Workshop 2018, Prague, I am a member of the scientific organizing committee.

Supervision experience:

Supervision of the master thesis ”Instrumentation for an asteroid kinetic-impactor demonstration mission” by Steffen Weisenberger from University of Würzburg at DLR. May 2016 – October 2016.

Supervision of the experimental project report ”Reflection spectra of a Mars dust analog in the context of NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander” by master student Niels-Kristian Kjøller from University of Copenhagen. June 2010 – July 2010.

Supervision of the bachelor thesis “Reflection spectra of Martian analog dust for calibrating the Phoenix missions iSweep experiment” by Nynne Louise Berthou Lauritsen and Lea Kamille Drescher Sørensen from Copenhagen University. January 2009 – June 2009.

Communication experience

During my university studies I had a job at the well-known Planetarium in Denmark, where I supervised space-related educational projects for school classes, led guided tours, and spoke to large audiences. Altogether I have made presentations to about 200 different groups of people, so my lecturing skills have benefitted from a great deal of experience.

Through first the Martian Phoenix space mission work and later the NEOShield and NEOShield-2 work, I have participated in many interviews for press articles, television, radio, podcasts, and even Twitter. My publications list includes several popular science articles.

 

Master research: Testing experiment for Phoenix Mars Mission

My master thesis project title was ”Simulation of dust sedimentation on calibration targets for the Surface Stereo Imager onboard Phoenix Mars lander 2007”. I tested the Magnetic Properties Experiment (referred to as iSweep) for the Phoenix mission before the launch in the laboratory using Mars analog material. The work was carried out in the Mars Group at The University of Copenhagen with Morten Bo Madsen as my advisor.

PhD research: Phoenix Mars Mission operation and dust experiment.

I continued working in the same research group to obtain my Ph.D. The work was, however, somewhat different, as the Phoenix launched around the time I started. I spent 4 months at the Phoenix Science Operation Center in Tucson as a member of the science operational team. I was a Downlink Engineer for the Robotic Arm Camera and part of the Atmospheric Science Team, as well as working on my own experiments using available instruments on the mission. After the mission came to an end, I carried out data analysis and further laboratory experiments.

The title of the thesis was “Martian Airborne Dust – Magnetic Properties Experiment on Phoenix and Dust on the MSL Calibration Target”. It can be accessed here:

http://www.nbi.ku.dk/english/research/phd_theses/phd_theses_2011/line_drube/

International Space University and Mars Desert Research Station

During my PhD period I was accepted by The International Space University to participate in a 9 week Space Science Program in the summer of 2009, which was held at NASA Ames. During that time I gained insight into a wide range of space related topics. My professional network expanded greatly as I acquired contacts in many space agencies and companies around the world.

After my time at Ames I was invited by Carol Stoker from NASA Ames Research Center to participate in a 2-week mission at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah in a team of 6 people who had to work and live under the same conditions as in a mission on Mars (Crew No. 92).

Juno Jupiter mission instrument design

For some months between my Master degree and the start of my Ph.D. studies, I carried out a project at the Danish Technical University (DTU SPACE) with John Leif Jørgensen, where I worked on optimizing the shape of a solar protection cone of the navigation camera for the Jupiter mission JUNO. My work involved investigations of orbital mechanics and transformations between different coordinate systems, to minimize the size of the cone while still protecting the CCD from the sun at all times throughout the mission.

Exchange year at University of California Los Angeles

In 2004 I was accepted as an exchange student by the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the Department of Earth and Space Science, and partly in the Aerospace Engineering Department. In addition to courses, I carried out an independent project with Professor David Paige, in which I filtered different Mars satellite data sets in the search for possible landing sites for the Phoenix mission.

X-ray detector testing for student cubesat

In the last year of my bachelor studies I carried out a bachelor project at the Danish National Space Institute, where I worked on testing the CCD for a student cubesat and calculating the predicted background noise. The title of the project was: ”Characterization of the x-ray detector for the student satellite AAUSAT II”.

Anden information

Peer-reviewed publications (articles, book chapters and reports)

 

Asteroid research:

 

 [27] Kofler, R., Drolshagen, G., Drube, L., Haddaji, A., Johnson, L., Koschny, D., Landis, R., 2018, International Coordination on Planetary Defence: The work of the IAWN and the SMPAG, Acta Astronautica, 2018, doi: 10.1016/j.actaastro.2018.07.023.

 

 [26] Pelivan, I., Drube, L., Kührt, E., Helbert, J., Biele, J., Maibaum, M., Cozzoni, B., Lommatsch, V., 2017. Thermophysical modeling of Didymos' moon for the Asteroid Impact Mission, Advances in Space Research, 59, 1936-1949, doi: 10.1016/j.asr.2016.12.041.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0273117717300224

 

 [25] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Johnson, L., 2017, Space Mission Planning Advisory Group (SMPAG)’s report: Roadmap of Relevant Research for Planetary Defense v.2, (peer reviewed by SMPAG members). www.cosmos.esa.int/web/smpag/documents-and-presentations

 

[24] Harris, A.W., Drube, L., 2017 NEOShield-2 "Report on data analyses and mitigation-relevant NEO physical properties", (peer reviewed by European Commission assessors). www.neoshield.eu/science-technology-asteroid-impact/publications/

 

[23] Engel, K., Pugliatti, M., Drube, L., Harris, Cano, J.L., Eggl, S., Hestroffer, D., Falke, A., Johann, U., Harris, A.W., 2017, “NEOTωIST – An Asteroid Impactor Mission Featuring Sub-spacecraft for Enhanced Mission Capability”, Acta Astronautica, Elsevier [accepted].

 

 [22] Engel, K., Falke, A., Johann, U., Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Schwartz, S.R., Michel, P., Eggl, S., Hestroffer, D., Cano, J., Martin, J., 2017, NEOShield-2 report "Itokawa Impactor Demo Mission", (peer reviewed by European Commission assessors). www.neoshield.eu/science-technology-asteroid-impact/publications/

 

 [21] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Engel, K., Falke, A., Johann, U., Eggl, S., Cano, J.L., Ávila, J.M., Schwartz, S.R., Michel, P., 2016, “The NEOTωIST mission (Near-Earth Object Transfer of angular momentum Spin Test”, Acta Astronautica 127, 103-111. DOI: 10.1016/j.actaastro.2016.05.009 ISSN 0094-5765.  www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0094576515300734

 

[20] Harris, A.W., Drube, L., 2016, “Thermal Tomography of Asteroid Surface Structure”, The Astrophysical Journal, 832 (127), doi: 10.3847/0004-637X/832/127.  https://arxiv.org/pdf/1608.06839.pdf

 

[18] Eggl, S., Hestroffer, D., Cano, J.L., Ávila, J.M., Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Falke, A., Johann, Ulrich, Schwartz, S.R, 2015, “Dealing with uncertainties in asteroid deflection demonstration missions: NEOTωIST”, International Astronomical Union, Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 318.  https://arxiv.org/abs/1601.02103v2

 

 [17] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., 2016. The NEOShield project for Near-Earth object impact threat mitigation, International Seminars on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies 48th Session. World Scientific, Erice, Italy, pp. 559-568. DOI: 10.1142/9789813148994_0043, ISBN 978-981-3148-64-2.  www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/9789813148994_0043

 

[16] Drube, L., 2015, Psyche. In: Encyclopedia of Astrobiology Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 2086-2087. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-27833-4_5210-1, ISBN 978-3-642-27833-4.

 

[15] Drube, L., 2015, Toutatis. In: Encyclopedia of Astrobiology Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 2530-2531. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-27833-4_5213-1, ISBN 978-3-642-27833-4.

[14] Harris, A.W., Drube, L., Boslough, M., Chapman, C.R., Michel, P., 2015, "Asteroid Impacts and Modern Civilization: Can we Prevent a Catastrophe?", Asteroids IV, edited by P. Michel, The University of Arizona Press. DOI: 10.2458/azu_uapress_9780816532131-ch042, http://elib.dlr.de/100120/1/3004_Harris_reprint.pdf

[13] Perna, D., Barucci, M.A., Drube, L., Falke, A., Fulchignoni, M., Harris, A.W., Harris, A.W., Kanuchova, Z., 2015 “A global response roadmap to the asteroid impact threat: The NEOShield perspective”, Planetary and Space Science, Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2015.07.006.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pss.2015.07.006

 

 [12] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Hoerth, T., Michel, P., Perna, D., Schäfer, F., 2014, “NEOShield – A global approach to near-Earth object impact threat mitigation”. In: Handbook of Cosmic Hazards and Planetary Defense, editors Pelton, J.N. and Allahdadi, F., Springer International Publishing Switzerland. Pages 763-790, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-02847-7_61-1. http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-03952-7

 

[11] Harris, A.W., Drube, L., McFadden, L.A., Binzel, R.P., 2014, “Near-Earth Objects”, Encyclopedia of the Solar System, Third Edition, 603-623. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-415845-0.00027-X.

 

[10] Harris, A.W. and Drube, L., 2014, “How to find metal-rich asteroids”, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 785, L4, doi:10.1088/2041-8205/785/1/L4. http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1403/1403.6346.pdf

 

[9] Eggl, S., Hestroffer, D., Thuillot, W., Fitzsimmons, A., Harris, A.W., Drube, L., Bancelin, D., Birlan, M., Carry, B., Falke, A., Weihreter, M., 2013, NEOShield report "Mitigation demonstration mission target NEOs", (peer reviewed by European Commission assessors). www.neoshield.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/NEOShield_D5.3a__Mitigation-demonstration-mission-target-NEOs.pdf

 

 [8] Harris, A.W. and Drube, L., 2013, NEOShield report "Report on the dynamical- and physical-property requirements for NEOs to be used as targets in mitigation demo missions", (peer reviewed by European Commission assessors).

 

 

Mars Research:

 

 [7] Drube, L., Leer, K., Goetz, W., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Haspang, M.P., Lauritsen, N, Madsen, M.B., Sørensen, L., Ellehoj, M., Lemmon, M.T., Morris, R.V., Blaney, D., Reynolds, R., Smith, P., 2009, Magnetic and Optical Properties of Airborne Dust and Settling Rates of Dust at the Phoenix Landing Site, J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00E23, doi:10.1029/2009JE003419, 2010.

 

[6] Goetz, W., Pike, T., Hviid, S.F., Madsen, M.B., Morris, R.V., Hecht, M.H., Staufer, U., Hemmig, E., Marshall, J., Morookian, J.M., Parrat, D., Sykulska, H., Vijendran, S., Bos, B.J., El Maarry, M.R., Keller, H.U., Kramm, R., Markiewicz, W.J., Drube, L., Leer, K., Blaney, D., Arvidson, R.E., Bell III, J.F., Reynolds, R., Smith, P.H., Woida, P., Tanner, R., 2010, Microscopic Structure of Soils at the Phoenix Landing Site, Mars: Classification and Description of their Optical and Magnetic Properties, J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00E22, doi:10.1029/2009JE003437.

 

[5] Pike, W.T., Goetz, W., Hviid, S.F., Madsen, M.B., Leer, K., and Drube, L.. 2010. “Correction to ‘Microscopy Analysis of Soils at the Phoenix Landing Site, Mars: Classification of Soil Particles and Description of Their Optical and Magnetic Properties.’” Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets 115 (E9). doi:10.1029/2010JE003717.

 

[4] Ellehoj, M., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Bean, K., Cantor, B., Drube, L., Fisher, D., Gheynani, B., Harri, A.M., von Holstein-Rathlou, C., Kahanpää, H., Lemmon, M.T., Madsen, M.B., Malin, M.C., Polkko, J., Smith, P.H., Tamppari, L., Taylor, P., Weng, w., Whiteway, J.,2010, Convective vortices and Dust Devils at the Phoenix Mars Mission landing site, J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00E16, doi:10.1029/2009JE003413.

 

 [3] Renno, N., Bos, B.J., Catling, D., Clark, B.C., Drube, L., Fisher, D., Goetz, W., Hviid, S.F., Keller, H.U., Kok, J., Kounaves, S., Leer, K., Lemmon, M.T., Madsen, M.B., Markiewicz, W.J., Marshall, J., McKay, C., Mehta, M., Smith, M., Paz Zorzano, M., Smith, P.H., Stoker, C., Young, S.M.M., 2009, Possible Physical and Thermodynamical Evidence for Liquid Water at the Phoenix Landing Site, J. Geophys. Res., 114, E00E03, doi:10.1029/2009JE003362.

 

[2] Sykulska, H., Leer, K., P. Bertelsen, C. S. Binau, L. Djernis Olsen, Drube, L., T. V. Falkenberg, M. P. Haspang, Madsen, M.B., and Malte Olsen. 2008. “Magnetic Properties Experiments and the Surface Stereo Imager Calibration Target Onboard the Mars Phoenix 2007 Lander.” Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans 113. doi:10.1029/2007JE003014.

 

[1] Leer, K., Bertelsen, P., Binau, C.S.,Olsen, L.D., Drube, L., Falkenberg, T.V., Haspang, M.P., Madsen, M.B., Olsen, M., Sykulska, H., Vijendran, S., Pike, W.T., Staufer, U., Parrat, D., Lemmon, M., Hecht, M.H., Mogensen, C.T., Gross, M.A., Goetz, W., Britt, D., Marshall, J., Smith, P., Shinohara, C., Woida, P., Tanner, R., Reynolds, R., Shaw, A., 2008, Magnetic Properties Experiments and the SSI calibration target onboard the Mars Phoenix 2007 lander. Design, calibration and science goals, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E00A16, doi:10.1029/2007JE003014.

 

Abstracts, non-peer reviewed article and reports

 

Asteroid Research:

 

[48] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., 2018, The case for depth-dependent thermal properties of asteroids: evidence from Earth-based observations, European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin.

 

[47] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., 2018, Probing Asteroid Surface Layers, Asteroid Science Intersections with In-Space Mine Engineering Conference, Luxembourg.

 

[46] Delchambre, S., DeCicco, A., Hartzell, C., Drube, L., Falke, A., Ziegler, T., Harris, A.W., 2018, The Kinetic Impactor and Neutral Beam Deflection Methods as Competing Mitigation Strategies for a Near-Earth Object Threat, International Astronautical Federation Congress 2018, Bremen, Germany.

 

[45] Eggl, S., Hestroffer, D., Drube, L., Engel, K., Falke, A., Harris, A.W., 2018, NEOTwIST: Changing the Spin State of (25143) Itokawa, COSPAR 42nd Assembly.

 

[44] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Weisenberger, S., Engel, K., Falke, A., Delchambre, S., Ziegler, T., Eggl, S., 2017. NEOTωIST: A relatively Inexpensive Kinetic Impactor Demonstration Mission Concept, Planetary Defense Conference 2017, Tokyo, Japan.

 

[43] Drube, L., Ailor, W.H., Castillo, T., Drolshagen, G., Dunk, F.G.v.d., Fernandes, N., Haddaji, A., Harris, A.W., Johnson, L., Marboe, I., Marchisio, S., Mayence, J.-F., Arellano, R.M.R.d., Schlabs, M., Soucek, A., Steinkogler, C., Stubbe, P., 2017. SMPAG Working Group on Legal Issues in Planetary Defense, Planetary Defense Conference 2017, Tokyo.

 

[42] Harris, A.W., Drube, L., 2017. The Relevance of Thermal Inertia to Planetary Defense, Planetary Defence Conference 2017, Tokyo, Japan.

 

[41] Engel, K., Pugliatti, M., Drube, L., Hestroffer, D., Cano, J., Delchambre, S., Ziegler, T., Falke, A., Johann, U., Harris, A.W., 2017. NEOTωIST – Design Study of a Kinetic Impactor Demonstration Mission Featuring NEO Spin Change and Observer Sub-spacecraft Planetary Defense Conference 2017, Tokyo, Japan.

 

[40] Eggl, S., Delchambre, S., Drube, L., Engel, K., Falke, A., Ziegler, T., Hestroffer, D., 2017. NEOTωIST: Determining the Momentum Enhancement, Planetary Defense Conference 2017, Tokyo, Japan.

 

[39] Weisenberger, S., Drube, L., Montenegro, S., 2016. Instrumentation for an asteroid kinetic-impactor demonstration mission, Stardust Final Conference on Asteroids and Space Debris, ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands.

 

 [38] Graps, A.L., Blondel, P., Bonin, G., Britt, D., Centuori, S., Delbo, M., Drube, L., Duffard, R., Elvis, M., Faber, D., Frank, E., Galache, J., Green, S.F., Grundmann, J.T., Hsieh, H., Kereszturi, A., Laine, P., Levasseur-Regourd, A.-C., Maier, P., Metzger, P., Michel, P., Mueller, M., Mueller, T., Murdoch, N., Parker, A., Pravec, P., Reddy, V., Sercel, J., Rivkin, A., Snodgrass, C., Tanga, P., 2016. ASIME 2016 White Paper: In-Space Utilisation of Asteroids:" Answers to Questions from the Asteroid Miners", Asteroid Science Intersections with In-Space Mine Engineering Conference, Luxembourg.

 

[37] Pelivan, I., Drube, L., Kührt, E., Helbert, J., Biele, J., Maibaum, M., Cozzoni, B., Lommatsch, V., 2016. Thermal model of Didymos’ secondary throughout the Asteroid Impact Mission, AIM Science Meeting, ESAC, Madrid, Spain.

 

[36] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., 2016. A Novel and Simple Means to Estimate Asteroid Thermal Inertia, AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, Pasadena, USA.

 

[35] Harris, A.W., Drube, L., 2016. Discovery of Spin-Rate-Dependent Asteroid Thermal Inertia, AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, Pasadena, USA.

 

[34] Eggl, S., Hestroffer, D., Cano, J.L., Avila, J.M., Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Falke, A., Johann, U., Engel, K., Schwartz, S.R., 2016. Dealing with Uncertainties in Asteroid Deflection Demonstration Missions: NEOTwIST, in: S. Chesley, A. Morbidelli, Jedicke, R., Farnocchia, D. (Eds.), International Astronomical Union.

 

[33] Drube, L. Harris, A.W., Schwartz, S., Michel, P., Falke, A., Engel, K., Johann, U., Eggl, S., Cano, J., Martin, J. (2015) A kinetic-impactor demonstration mission to change the spin of an asteroid. In: Proceedings of the IAA Planetary Defense Conference 2015. IAA. Planetary Defense Conference 2015, 13.-17. Apr. 2015, Frascati, Italy.

 

[32] Kersten, M., Falke, A., Engel, K., Johann, U., Drube, L., Harris, A.W., NEOShield, Consortia (2015) NEOShield kinetic impactor demonstration mission. In: Proceedings of the IAA Planetary Defense Conference 2015. IAA. Planetary Defense Conference 2015, 13.-17. Apr. 2015, Frascati, Italy.

 

[31] Perna, D., Barucci, M.A., Drube, L., Eggl, S., Fulchignoni, M, Harris, A.W., Hestroffer, D., Michel, Patrick (2015) Characterizing the near-Earth asteroid population in the framework of the NEOShield project. In: Proceedings of the IAA Planetary Defense Conference 2015. IAA. Planetary Defense Conference 2015, 13.-17. Apr. 2015, Frascati, Italy.

 

[30] Drube, L., Harris, A. W. (2015) Finding metal-rich asteroids - a NEOShield-2 Study, DPS meeting #47, id.106.04, 8-13 November 2015, Washington DC.

 

[29] Drube, L., Harris, A. W. (2014) Metallic Asteroids in the IRAS Minor Planet Survey - a NEOShield Study. Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors, 30. Jun - 4. Jul 2014, Helsinki, Finland.

 

[28] Harris, A.W., Drube, L. (2014) How to find metal-rich asteroids — a NEOShield study. ACM 2014, 30. jun - 4 juli 2014, Helsinki, Finland.

 

[27] Drube, L., Harris, A.W., Barucci, M.A., Fulchignoni, M., Perna, D. (2013) NEOShield: the physical properties of the most frequent impactors. 2013 IAA Planetary Defense Conference “Gathering for Impact!”, 15-19 Apr 2013, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

 

[26] Perna, D., Barucci, M.A., Bancelin, D., Birlan, M., Eggl, S., Fornasier, S., Fulchignoni, M, Hestroffer, D., Thuillot, W., Harris, A.W., Drube, L. (2013) Requirements for mitigation precursor reconnaissance, a study from the NEOShield project. 2013 IAA Planetary Defense Conference “Gathering for Impact!”, 15-19 Apr 2013, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

 

[25] Drube, L., Harris, A. W., Barucci, A., Fulchignoni, M, Perna, D. (2012) Physical property requirements of a target asteroid for a mitigation demonstration mission. In: Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 44 (5), pp 96. American Astronomical Society. 44th annual meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society, 14-19 Oct. 2012, Reno, Nevada, USA.

 

[24] Harris, A. W., Drube, L., NEOShield Consortium, (2012) The NEOShield Project: Understanding the mitigation-relevant physical properties of potentially hazardous asteroids. In: Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 44 (5), pp 98. American Astronomical Society. 44th annual meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society, 14-19 Oct. 2012, Reno, Nevada, USA.

 

[23] Perna, D., Harris, A.W., Drube, L., Barucci, M.A., Cano, J.L., Fitzsimmons, A., Fulchignoni, M, Green , S. F., Hestroffer, D., Lappas, V., Meschcheryakov, S, Michel, P., Morrison, D., Saks, N., Schaefer, F., Thuillot, W. (2012) NEOShield: a global approach to mitigate the asteroid impact hazard. In: Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 1970-2010: The Golden Age of Solar System Exploration, 10-12 Sept 2012, Rome, Italy.

 

[22] Harris, A. W., Barucci, M. A., Cano, J. L., Drube, L., Fitzsimmons, A., Fulchignoni, M., Green, S. F., Hestroffer, D., Lappas, V., Michel, P., Morrison, D., Meshcheryakov, S. A., Saks, N., Schäfer, F. (2012) NEOShield: Working towards an international near-Earth

 object mitigation demonstration mission. European Planetary Science Congress, 23-28 September 2012, Madrid, Spain, Vol. 7 EPSC2012-126.

 

Mars Research:

 

[21] Perez-Poch, A.G., (and 61 co-authors, incl. Drube, L.), 2010. ACCESS Mars: A Mission Architecture for an initial settlement on Mars; using caves as habitation, 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, p. 520.

 

[20] Merrison, J. P., Drube, L., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Holstein-Rathlou, C., Jensen, S.K., Mason, J., Madsen, M.B., Nørnberg, P., and Patel, M., 2011. “Research Using the European Mars Simulation Wind Tunnel Facility.” Geophysical Research Abstracts 13 (EGU2011-2972-1).

 

[19] Goetz, W., Hviid, S., Madsen, M., Pike, W., Hecht, M., Morris, R., Leer, K., Drube, L., Sykulska, H., Herkenhoff, K., 2010. Comparison of Some Phoenix and Gusev Soil Types: Inferences on Possible Origin and Global Distribution, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, p. 2738.

 

[18] Goetz, W., Pike, T., Hecht, M., Staufer, U., Sykulska, H., Vijendran, S., Parrat, D., Madsen, M., Drube, L., Leer, K., 2009. Different types of Phoenix soil particles as inferred from microscopic color images. LPI Contributions 1505, 5-6.

 

[17] Drube, L., Leer, K., Madsen, M.B., Goetz, W., Morris, R., Lemmon, M., 2009. Airborne Dust Experiment (iSweep) on the Phoenix Mars Lander, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, p. 2266.

 

[16] Leer, K., Drube, L., Goetz, W., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Lemmon, M., Madsen, M.B., Morris, R.V., Smith, P., Team, P.S., 2009. Optical Study of Particles On Mars Phoenix Magnets, 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas. #1923.

 

[15] Markiewicz, W., Kossacki, K., Keller, H., Hviid, S., Goetz, W., El Maarry, M., Bos, B., Woida, R., Drube, L., Leer, K., 2009. Sublimation of exposed Snow Queen surface water ice as observed by the Phoenix Mars lander, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, p. 1667.

 

[14] Ellehøj, M.D., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Taylor, P., Gheynani, B., Whiteway, J., Lemmon, M., Bean, K., Tamppari, L., Drube, L., Von Holstein-Rathlou, C., 2009. Dust Devils and Vortices at the Phoenix landing site on Mars, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, p. 1558.

 

[13] Renno, N.O., Bos, B.J., Catling, D., Clark, B.C., Drube, L., Fisher, D., Goetz, W., Hviid, S.F., Keller, H.U., Kok, J.F., 2009. Physical and thermodynamical evidence for liquid water on Mars, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute, pp. 670-671.

 

[12] Goetz, W., Hviid, S., Keller, H., Markiewicz, W., Madsen, M., Leer, K., Drube, L., Pike, T., Hecht, M., Parrat, D., 2009. Microscopic Views of Soil and Dust at the Phoenix Landing Site, and How that Relates to Other Landing Sites, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, p. 2425.

 

 [11] Madsen, M. B., Drube, L., Goetz, W., Leer, K., Falkenberg, T.V., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Haspang, M. P., 2009. “Airborne Dust and Soil Particles at the Phoenix Landing Site, Mars.” EGU General Assembly 2009 - Vienna, Austria.

 

[10] Ellehøj, M.D., Taylor, P.A., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Gheynani, B.T., Holstein-Rathlou, C., Drube, L., Whiteway, J., 2008. PHOENIX: Dustless Devils at the Lander Site, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Mars Atmosphere: Modelling and Observations, November 10-13, 2008.

 

[9] Markiewicz, W., Keller, H., Kossacki, K., Mellon, M., Stubbe, H., Bos, B., Woida, R., Drube, L., Leer, K., Madsen, M., 2008. Sublimation of Exposed Snow Queen Surface Water Ice as Observed by the Phoenix Mars Lander, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, #U11B-0026

 

[8] Taylor, P., Cook, C., Daly, M., Davy, R., Dickinson, C., Drube, L., Ellehoj, M., Gheynani, B., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Harri, A., 2008. Temperature and Pressure at the Phoenix Landing Site, AGU Fall Meeting 89(53).

 

 [7] Ellehoj, M., Taylor, P., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Gheynani, B., Drube, L., von Holstein-Rathlou, C., Whiteway, J., Lemmon, M., Madsen, M., Fisher, D., 2008. Phoenix Mars Lander: Vortices and dust devils at the landing site, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, # 0032.


[6] Madsen, M., Drube, L., Falkenberg, T., Haspang, M., Ellehoj, M., Leer, K., Olsen, L., Goetz, W., Hviid, S., Gunnlaugsson, H., 2008. Phoenix Magnetic Properties Experiments Using the Surface Stereo Imager and the MECA Microscopy Station, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, # U11B-0030.

 

[5] Renno, N.O., Bos, B.J., Clark, B.C., Drube, L., Goetz, W., Keller, H.U., Kounaves, S., Leer, K., Lemmon, M., Madsen, M.B., Markiewicz, W., Marshall, J., Mackay, C., Mehta, M., Mellon, M., Smith, M., Tamppari, L.K., Smith, P., Stoker, C., Tamppari, L., Wood, S.U., Young, S.M., Zent, A., Fisher, D., 2008. Physical and Thermodynamical Evidence of Liquid Water on Mars, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2008, #U14A-10.

 

[4] Madsen, M.B., Drube, L., Gaarsmand, J., Goetz, W., Gross, M., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Hviid, S.F., 2006. “The Sweep Effect and Calibration Targets for the NASA Phoenix Mars Lander 2007.” EGU 2006.

 

[3] Drube, L., Madsen, M.B., Lemmon, M., Shinohara, C., Olsen, M., Jørgensen, J., Britt, D., Smith, P., 2006. Simulation of dust sedimentation on the Calibration Targets for the SSI onboard Phoenix, The Fourth International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration, Davos, Schweiz.

 

[2] Drube, L., Madsen, M.B., Olsen, M., Jørgensen, J., Bernt, M.H., Britt, D., Lemmon, M., Shinohara, C., Smith, P., 2006. Simulation of Dust Sedimentation in the Martian Atmosphere for the Phoenix Mars Lander 2007 Mission Calibration Target, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXVII, League City, Texas.

 

[1] Drube, L., Paige, D., Hock, A.,2005, “TES versus GRS Ground Ice Depth Comparison” presented at a Phoenix Landing Site workshop, California.

 

 

 

 

Public outreach contributions

 

[6] Harris, A. W., L. Drube, "Metallische Asteroiden sind kälter", Sterne und Weltraum, pp 22-24, July 2014.

 

[5] Drube, L., “Turist på Mars” [EN: Tourist on Mars] was the front page article of the travel magazine Globen, 2010.

 

[4] Drube, L., and Madsen, M.B., “Årets planet: Mars” [EN: Planet of the Year: Mars] for University of Copenhagen’s annual book: Almanak 2010.

 

[3] Drube, L., ”Mars’ nordpol forude”.[EN: North Pole of Mars ahead] for Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Aktuel Astronomi, Spring 2008.

 

[2] Drube, L., ”Studerende på astronomi” [EN: Student in Astronomy] for ’Studier på Naturvidenskab 2006’ [EN: Studies at the Science Department].

 

[1] Drube, L., ”Sommerskole i Alpbach” [EN: Summer school in Alpbach] for the Danish Society for Space Flight Research webpage, 2003.