36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 39. Mercury, Moon, and Venus

Poster II, Thursday, November 11, 2004, 4:15-7:00pm, Exhibition Hall 1A

39.01 Satellite and Ground-Based Observations of the Transit of Venus
J. M. Pasachoff (Williams Col.-Hopkins Obs.), G. Schneider (Steward Obs.-U. Arizona), B. A. Babcock (Williams Col.-Sci. Ctr.), D. L. Butts, J. W. Gangestad, O. W. Westbrook, A. R. Cordova (Williams Col.), K. Gaydosh (Bryn Mawr Col./KNAC), J. H. Seiradakis (U. Thessaloniki)
39.02 A Study of Lower Atmosphere Dynamics And Search For Active Volcanism On Venus : Preliminary Work To \emph{Venus Express} Mission
E. Marcq, T. Encrenaz, B. Bézard (LESIA), M. Birlan (LESIA / IMCCE)
39.03 Nightside Venus Atmospheric Circulation from Nordic Optical Telescope Observations
J. Warell (Upsala University, Uppsala, Sweden), S. S. Limaye (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA), E. F. Young (Southwest Research Inc., Boulder, Colorado, USA)
39.04 Characterization of Boulders Ejected from Small Impact Craters
G. D. Bart, H. J. Melosh, R. G. Strom (Univ. of Arizona)
39.05 Radar Imaging of Mercury
M. Rice (Wellesley College), J. Harmon (Arecibo Observatory)
39.06 Magnetotail Current Sheet Source of the Lunar Sodium Exosphere
J. K. Wilson, M. Mendillo, H. E. Spence (Center for Space Physics/B.U.)
39.07 Measurement strategies for the characterization of Mercury's sodium exosphere during the MESSENGER mission
E. T. Bradley, W. E. McClintock (LASP, University of Colorado), R. M. Killen (University of Maryland)
39.08 Radar Altimetery Images of Venus HENG-O Region
R.F. Jurgens, M.A. Slade, J. Jao (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), M. Simons (California Institute of Technology)
39.09 The First High Resolution Soft X-ray Images of the Moon
J. Drake (CfA), G. R. Gladstone, S. A. Stern (SWRI), B. Wargelin (CfA)
39.10 Cratering on Mercury Reconsidered
C.R. Chapman (Southwest Research Inst., Boulder CO 80302)
39.11 Modelling the Radiative-Dynamic Feedback in the Clouds of Venus
K. McGouldrick, O. B. Toon (Univ. of Colorado / LASP)
39.12 Microphysical Model Studies of Venus Clouds
P. E. Meade, M. A. Bullock, D. H. Grinspoon (SWRI)
39.13 Water Vapor Variations in the Venus Mesosphere from HDO Microwave Spectra
B.J. Sandor, R.T. Clancy (Space Science Institute)
39.14 Validation Studies of Detached Eddy Simulation in a Global Circulation Model
R.P. LeBeau (University of Kentucky), T.E. Dowling (CPL/University of Louisville)
39.15 The Pioneer Venus Orbiter Ultraviolet Spectrometer Data Set
D.L. Huestis (SRI), R.J. Vervack, L.J. Paxton (JHU/APL)
39.16 Title Requested
S.S. Limaye (U. Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin), T. Prabhu (Ind. Inst. of Astrophysics, Bangalore, INDIA), B.C. Bhatt (Ind. Inst. of Astrophysics/CREST, Hoskote, INDIA), B.G. Anandrao (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, INDIA), G. Emerson (Ball Aerospace Co., Boulder, Colorado), E.F. Young (Southwest Research Inc., Boulder, Colorado)
39.17 New Arecibo Radar Observations of Quetzalpetlatl Corona and Surroundings
K. M. Kratter (Barnard College), L. M. Carter, D. B. Campbell (Cornell University)
39.18 The Microwave Absorption Properties of Hydrochloric Acid Vapor in the Venus Atmosphere
T. R. Hanley, P. G. Steffes (Georgia Tech)
39.19 Laboratory Evidence for a Key Intermediate in the Venus Atmosphere: Peroxychloroformyl Radical
M. Allen (JPL/Caltech), H. Pernice, P. Garcia, H. Willner (Universitat Wuppertal), J. S. Francisco (Purdue University), F. P. Mills (Australian National University), Y. L. Yung (Caltech)
39.20 Observations of the June 8th 2004 Transit of Venus
M. E. Mickelson (Physics and Astronomy Department Denison University)
39.21 Modeling Crater Populations on Venus and Titan
D. G. Korycansky (CODEP/IGPP UC Santa Cruz), K. J. Zahnle (NASA Ames Res. Cntr.)
39.22 Variations in Near-Infrared Emissivity of Venus Surface Observed by the Galileo Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer
G. L. Hashimoto (Kobe Univ.), M. Roos-Serote (Lisbon Astron. Obs.), S. Sugita (Univ. Tokyo)
39.23 Solution to a Nightglow Mystery of the 1950ís: A Tribute to Joe Chamberlain
T. G. Slanger (SRI International)


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