AAS 195th Meeting, January 2000
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Session 58. Solar System

Oral, Thursday, January 13, 2000, 10:00-11:30am, Regency VI

58.01 On the Commensurate Motion of Pallas
S.J. Goldstein, Jr. (U. Virginia)
58.02 Jets in Comet Hale-Bopp (1995 O1)
S.M. Lederer (Univ. FL), H. Campins (Univ. AZ), D.J. Osip (MIT)
58.03D Silicate Mineralogy of C/1995 O1 (Hale-Bopp) and its Implications to the Study of Pre-Main Sequence Stars and the Origins of Solar Systems
David Harker (NRC Research Associate - NASA/Ames Research Center)
58.04 Triton's Albedo: Long-term Multiwavelength Observations
H. B. Hammel (SSI)
58.05 ``Quasi-satellites" around the outer planets
K. Innanen, P. Wiegert (York U.), S. Mikkola (Tuorla Observatory)
58.06 On the Unliklihood of a Significant Population of Vulcanoids in Our Solar System and the Consequent Implications for the Formation of Mercury
S.A. Stern, D.D. Durda (Southwest Research Institute)
58.07 Evidence that Radio Pulsars may be Artificial Beacons of ETI Origin
P. A. LaViolette (The Starburst Foundation)

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