DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
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Session 21. Titan III

Poster, Highlighted on, Wednesday, September 3, 2003, 3:00-5:30pm, Sierra Ballroom I-II

21.01 Ion distributions of 14 amu Pickup IonsAssociated with Titan's Plasma Interaction
S. A. Ledvina, J. G. Luhmann (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC, Berkeley), S. H. Brecht (Bay Area Research Corp.)
21.02 Disk resolved UV-Vis-NIR observations of Titan's aerosols
M.T. Lemmon (Texas A & M University), P.H. Smith, R.D. Lorenz (Univ. Arizona)
21.03 Nitrile Compounds Observed on Titan
A. Marten (LESIA, Obs. Paris), R. Moreno (IRAM)
21.04 Escape of Nitrogen from Titan's atmosphere driven by magnetospheric and pick-up ions
M. Michael (Materials Science and Astronomy, U. Virginia), M. Liu, R. E. Johnson (Materials Science and Engineering, U. Virginia), J. G. Luhmann (Space Sciences Lab., UC, Berkeley), V. I. Shematovich (Institute of Astronomy, RAS, Russia)
21.05 Titan's 3 micron window with ISO
A. Negrão, A. Coustenis, E. Lellouch (LESIA, Paris-Meudon Observatory), B. Schulz (Caltech, USA), A. Salama (ISO Science Operation Center, Villafranca, Madrid, Spain), E. Raynaud (LESIA, Paris-Meudon Observatory), P. Rannou (S. A., Univ. Paris 6 - Univ. de Versailles, France), H. Feuchtgruber (Max-Planck Institute, Garching, Germany)
21.06 Electromagnetic Sounding of Titan's Interior in Search of an Ocean Using Magnetic Field Measurements During Close Encounters
F.M. Neubauer, N. Schilling, H. Backes (U. Cologne, Koeln, Germany)
21.07 Titan Coupled Model: Results and Project of Database
P. Rannou (Service d'Aéronomie/UVSQ), F. Hourdin, S. Lebonnois (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique/Paris 6), D. Luz (LESIA/Meudon)
21.08 3-D Modeling of Saturnís Titan Generated Nitrogen Cloud
H. T. Smith, R. E. Johnson, M. Michael (University of Virginia), V. Shematovich (Institute of Astronomy RAS), E. Sittler (NASA GSFC)
21.09 A Photochemically-Based Microphysical Study of Titan Hazes
E. H. Wilson, R. A. West, S. G. Edgington (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), S. K. Atreya (U. of Michigan)
21.10 Computational Characterization of Reactions Between the Ethynyl Radical and Alkynes and Alkenes Relevant to Tholin Growth in Titan's Atmosphere
D.E. Woon (Molecular Research Institute)


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