DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 10. Worlds Inside 1 AU Posters

Displayed, 9:00am Tuesday - 3:00pm Saturday, Highlighted, Tuesday,
November 27, 2001, 5:00-7:00pm, French Market Exhibit Hall

10.01 Are There Transient Radiation Pockets at Mercury?
J. G. Luhmann (Space Sciences Lab, U of California Berkeley)
10.02 TRACE Observations of the 15 November 1999 Transit of Mercury
G. Schneider (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona), J.M. Pasachoff (Willimas College, Hopkins Observatory), L. Golub (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory)
10.03 Lunar Lava Tubes Radiation Safety Analysis
G. De Angelis (Istituto Superiore di Sanita', Italy; NASA Langley Research Center), J.W. Wilson (NASA Langley Research Center), M.S. Clowdsley (National Research Council), J.E. Nealy (Old Dominion University), D.H. Humes (NASA Langley Research Center), J.M. Clem (Bartol Research Institute, U. Delaware)
10.04 Identifcation of the lunar flash of 1953 with a fresh crater on the Moon's surface
L. Johnson (Pomona College), B. J. Buratti (Pomona College and JPL)
10.05 A Microphysical Model of the "Holey" Condensational Venus Cloud.
K. McGouldrick, O.B. Toon (University of Colorado)
10.06 Water vapour in Venus' middle atmosphere; a new analysis of Pioneer Venus OIR data
M. E. Koukouli, P. G. J. Irwin, F. W. Taylor (Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, Oxford University)
10.07 Microwave Remote Sensing of the Temperature and Distribution of Sulfur Compounds in the Lower Atmosphere of Venus
J.M. Jenkins (SETI Inst./NASA A.R.C.), M.A. Kolodner (Johns Hopkins Univ./A.P.L.), B.J. Butler (N.R.A.O.), S.H. Suleiman (TRW), P.G. Steffes (Georgia Tech)
10.08 Investigation of the middle atmosphere of Venus as a key to understand its dynamics
L.V. Zasova, I.V. Khatountsev, N.I. Ignatiev, V.I. Moroz (Space Research Institute, Moscow), V. Formisano, G. Bellucci (Instituto di Fisica del Spazio Interplanetario, Rome)
10.09 Multi-Polarization Radar Imaging of Surface Features on Venus
L. M. Carter, D. B. Campbell (Cornell University), J. L. Margot (Caltech), B. A. Campbell (Smithsonian Institution)
10.10 Observational Definition of the Venus Mesopause: Vertical Structure, Diurnal Variation, and Short-term Instability
R.T. Clancy, B.J. Sandor (Space Science Institute), G.H. Moriarty-Schieven (James Clerk Maxwell Telescope)
10.11 New Observations of the Venus Visible Nightglow
N.J. Chanover, K.S.J. Anderson (New Mexico State Univ.), T.G. Slanger, P.C. Cosby, D.L. Huestis (SRI International)

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