36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 19. Rings

Poster I, Tuesday, November 9, 2004, 4:00-7:00pm, Exhibition Hall 1A

19.01 Simulations of Dense Planetary Rings: Rotating Self-gravitating particles with size distribution
R. Morishima, H. Salo (University of Oulu)
19.02 Impact of Self-Gravity at the Encke Gap Edge
M. C. Lewis (Trinity University), G. R. Stewart (Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics)
19.03 Collisional and Rotational Evolution of Ring-Moonlet Systems
K. Ohtsuki (U. Colorado)
19.04 Saturnís F ring: new occultation data
A. S. Bosh, E. M. Douglass (Boston Univ.), R. R. Howell, C. Christenson, C. L. Jackolski (Univ. Wyoming)
19.05 Meteoroid Impacts onto Saturn's Rings
L.S. Chambers (Univ. of California - Santa Cruz), J.N. Cuzzi (NASA Ames Research Center), E. Asphaug (Univ. of California - Santa Cruz)
19.06 HST Observations of Spokes in Saturn's B Ring
C. A. McGhee, R. G. French (Wellesley College), L Dones (SWRI), J. N. Cuzzi (NASA/Ames), H. J. Salo (U. of Oulu), R. Danos (UCLA)
19.07 Ground-Based Near- and Mid-IR Observations of Saturn's Rings: Azimuthal Asymmetries in Ring A.
P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher, B. M. Fisher, G. S. Orton, M. Ressler (JPL/CIT), B. Beach-Kimball (Univ. Conn.), I. Suarez (PCC), V. U (CIT)
19.08 Uranus's ring 1986U2R detected with Keck AO at 2.2 microns
I. de Pater (UC Berkeley), S.G. Gibbard (IGPP/LLNL), H.B. Hammel (SSI)
19.09 The Cassini mission and possible tests of theoretical models of planetary rings
N. Gorkavyi (Greenwich Institute for Science and Technology)
19.10 A self-consistent model for Saturn's water cloud and consequences for the Main Rings
S. Jurac, J. D. Richardson (MIT)
19.11 Tenuous Ring of Captured Dust at Saturn
C. J. Mitchell, J. E. Colwell, M. Horanyi (Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics)
19.12 Weak Waves and Wakes in Saturn's Rings: Observations by Cassini ISS
J. A. Burns, M. S. Tiscareno (Cornell), C. C. Porco (SSI), H. Dones (SWRI), C. D. Murray (Queen Mary London), Cassini Imaging Team
19.13 Faint Rings and Things According to Cassini
M. M. Hedman, J. A. Burns (Cornell), C. D. Murray (Queen Mary London), M. S. Tiscareno (Cornell), J. N. Cuzzi (Ames), C. C. Porco (SSI), H. Dones (SWRI), A. Brahic, C. Ferrari (Paris)
19.14 Saturn's A Ring Now and Then: a Comparison of Voyager IRIS and Cassini CIRS Observations
S. M. Brooks, L. J. Spilker, S. H. Pilorz, S. G. Edgington, B. D. Wallis (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. C. Pearl, F. M. Flasar (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), C. Ferrari (CEA Saclay), M. R. Showalter (Stanford University), R. K. Achterberg (SSAI), C. A. Nixon (University of Maryland), A. A. Simon-Miller, P. N. Romani (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), CIRS Investigation Team
19.15 The Color of Saturn's Rings as Seen in Cassini Images on Approach to Saturn
L. Dones (SWRI), C. C. Porco, E. J. Baker (SSI)
19.16 CASSINI CIRS: Composition Studies of Saturn B-Ring.
S.G. Edgington, L.J. Spilker, S.H. Pilorz, B.D. Wallis (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), R. Carlson, J.C. Pearl, F.M. Flasar (Goddard Space Flight Center), S.M. Brooks (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/N.R.C.), M.R. Showalter (Stanford University), C. Ferrari (CEA Saclay/University Paris 7), C.A. Nixon (University of Maryland), R.K. Achterberg (SSAI), A.A. Simon-Miller (Goddard Space Flight Center), CIRS Investigation Team
19.17 A and B Ring Wakes in High Dynamic Range Radio Maps of Saturn
L. A. Molnar, E. M. Crull (Calvin College), D. E. Dunn (Sierra College)
19.18 A Method for Spectral Occultation Data Analysis
E.M. Douglass, A.S. Bosh (Boston Univ.), S. Hylton (M.I.T.)


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