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Our programs in planetary science, cosmochemistry, selenology and meteorites are among the best in the country. We are an important research group in the “Chang E” lunar mission.

Our faculty tackles a wide range of problems, from theoretical modeling to actual exploration, and from data analyzing to simulated experiments. We probe the surface of the Moon and the planets using remote sensing data, laboratory measurements, and computer modeling. We study both the ancient geological process of the Moon and its ongoing activity on its surface. Moving outward from the Moon, we study planets, their interiors, surfaces, atmospheres, and particle and field environments. A central theme of the Department's researchers is to understand the origin and evolution of the solar system, the planets, and the Earth itself.

The Department sponsors a wide range of academic and recreational events. Many distinguished visitors and guest lecturers in all relevant specialties come to LPSRC each year, providing valuable interactions which benefit everyone. Tens open talks are given each year by these visitors and by our own faculty, students, and researchers. Several formal and informal gatherings and recreational activities add to departmental spirit.

 

Faculty & staff

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Ziyuan Ouyang, academician of CAS&TWAS

Head of LPSRC

Tel: (0851) 5895328

Address: Guanshui Road No.46, Guiyang, RPC. 550002

Education:B.S.,1956, CUG; Ph.D.,1961, CAS

Interests: Lunar and planetary surface environment; space weathering; remote sensing; space resources utilization; meteorite; genesis of planets.

王老师2

Shijie Wang, professor

Vice head of LPSRC

Tel: (0851) 5895328

Address: Guanshui Road No.46, Guiyang, RPC. 550002

Education:B.S.,1985,CDUT; Ph.D.,1992, CAS&UILLINOIS

Interests: Lunar and planetary surface environment; space weathering; microwave remote sensing; space resources utilization; meteorite; genesis of planets.

李雄耀老师2

Xiongyao Li, assistant professor

Tel: (0851) 5895328

Email: lixiongyao@vip.skleg.cn

Address: Guanshui Road No.46, Guiyang, RPC. 550002

Education:B.S.,1999,CUG; Ph.D.,2007,GUCAS

Interests: Lunar and planetary surface environment; space weathering; microwave remote sensing; space resources utilization.

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Shijie Li, assistant professor

Tel: (0851) 5895328

Email: shijie@mails.gyig.ac.cn

Address: Guanshui Road No.46, Guiyang, RPC. 550002

Education:B.S.,2004,LZU; Ph.D.,2009,GUCAS

Interests: meteorites; planets; genesis of planets.

Scientific Research

Current researches

1

Analysis of data in space exploration

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Surface environment of the planets(moon) in solar system

3

Space resource utilization

4

Meteorites

Research programs

1

Key technology of oxygen and water production in lunar base.

2

UVVIS-NIR spectral effect of the nano-phase iron produced in space weathering

3

Study on inversion of lunar soil thickness using brightness temperature obtained in Chang'e Project

4

Theoretical study in distribution of lunar surface temperature

5

Reasearch and Development of Lunar Soil Simulant Series

The recently published monographs & papers (incompleteness)

Monographs

1

Progress of Selenology, Institute of geochemistry CAS, Beijing: Science Press,1977

2

Cosmochemstry, Ziyuan Ouyang, Beijing: Science Press,1988

3

Introduction of Chinese meteorites, Daode Wang, Beijing: Science Press,1993

4

Introduction to lunar science, Ziyuan Ouyang, Beijing: China Astronautic Press,2005

Papers

1

Methods and advances in research on lunar soil thickness, Li Xiong-yao, Wang Shi-jie, Chen Feng, Ouyang Zi-yuan, Cheng An-yun, Li Shi-jie. Acta Minnorlogical SINICA , 2007,27(1):64-68

2

A Review and Prospect for Developing of Lunar Soil Simulates, Zheng Yong-chun,Wang Shi-jie, Liu Jian-zhong. Chinese Journal of Space Science, 2005,25(1):70-75

3

A Review of Lunar-surface Temperature Model, Li Xiong-yao, Wang Shi-jie,Cheng An-yun. Advances in Earth Science, 2007, 22(5): 480~485.

4

A lunar surface effective solar irradiance real—time model, Xiong-Yao Li, Shi-Jie Wang, An-Yun Cheng. Chinese Journal of Geophsicas, 2008, 51(1): 25~30.

5

Review on exploration of water ice on the moon, Zheng Yong-chun, Wang Shi-jie, Liu Chun-ru. Earth Science Fronters, 2004, 11(2)573~578

6

Complex Permittivity of Rock and Mineral Measured by Rectangular Cavity Perturbation Method, Li Xiongyao, Feng Junming, Wang Shijie, Zheng Yongchun. Materials Review, 2007, 21(11A),178~180.

7

Review of Oxygen Production Using Oxygenous Minerals on the Moon, Li Peng, Wang Shi-jie, Bulltin of Minerlogy, Petrlogy and Geochemistry. Vol.28 No.2, Apr. 2009 183-188

8

Measurement of the dielectric properties of Volcanic Scoria and Basalt at 9370MHz. Zheng,Yongchun, Wang,Shijie, Li, Xiongyao. Acta Geologica Sinica, 2005,79(2),801~805.

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Measurement of the Complex Permittivity of Dry Rocks and Minerals: Application of Polythene Dilution Method and Lichtenecker’s Mixture Formulae, Geophysical Journal International, 2005,163,1195~1202

10

Estimation of solar illumination on the Moon: A theoretical model, Xiongyao Li, Shijie Wang, Yongchun Zheng, Anyun Cheng, Planetary and Space Science, Volume 56, Issue 7, May 2008, Pages 947-950

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CAS-1 lunar soil simulant, Yongchun Zheng, Shijie Wang, Ziyuan Ouyang, Yongliao Zou, Jianzhong Liu, Chunlai Li, Xiongyao Li, Junming Feng, Advances in Space Research, Volume 43, Issue 3, 2 February 2009, Pages 448-454

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Education

Supervisors

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Ziyuan Ouyang

Head of LPSRC

Academician of CAS&TWAS

Doctoral supervisor

Tel: (0851) 5895328

Interests: Lunar and planetary surface environment; space weathering; microwave remote sensing; space resources utilization; meteorite; genesis of planets.

王老师2

Shijie Wang

Vice head of LPSRC

Professor

Doctoral supervisor

Tel: (0851) 5895328

Interests: Lunar and planetary surface environment; space weathering; microwave remote sensing; space resources utilization; meteorite; genesis of planets.

Students

唐红2

Hong Tang received her bachelor degree at CUGBJ in 2006 and take part in LPSRC at the same year. Now she is studying for her doctor degree and the surface environment of moon is her research filed.

张森森师兄2

Sensen Zhang received his bachelor degree at XJU in 2007 and take part in LPSRC in the same year. Now he is studying for his doctor degree and his research filed is analyzing the data of space exploration.

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Peng Li received her bachelor degree at BUAA in 2006 and take part in LPSRC at the same year. Now she is studying for her master degree and her research filed is the exploration of the space resource.

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Bushe Xin received his bachelor degree at CUGWH in 2002 and take part in LPSRC in 2007. Now he is studying for his master degree and his research filed is meteorite.

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Yang Li received his bachelor degree at KMUST in 2008 and take part in LPSRC in the same year. Now he is studying for his master degree and his research filed is moon and planets science.

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Wen Yu received her bachelor degree at UESTC 2007 and take part in LPSRC in 2009. Now she is studying for her master degree and her research filed is moon and planets science.

 

 

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