DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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Session 8. Asteroid Posters I - Physical Studies

Displayed, 1:00pm, Monday - 1:00pm, Friday,
Highlighted Tuesday, 3:30-6:30pm, C101-C105, C211

8.01 The regolith of Asteroid 433 Eros
M. Küppers (Physikalisches Institut, Universität Bern, Switzerland)
8.02 Grooves and Ridges on Eros
L.M. Prockter (Applied Physics Laboratory), P. Thomas, J. Joseph (Cornell University), M. Robinson, A. Milne, D.J.B. Bussey (Northwestern University), J. Veverka (Cornell University), MSI/NIS Team
8.03 Asteroid depletion by collisions
O.S. Barnouin-Jha, Andrew Cheng (The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)
8.04 A Photometric Study of the Vesta Family of Asteroids
W. H. Ryan, E. V. Ryan, C. T. Martinez (New Mexico Highlands University)
8.05 Mineralogical Mapping of Asteroid 4 Vesta with HST/NICMOS: First Results
J. M. Carvano (The University of Arizona/Observatório Nacional), D. W. Mccarthy (The University of Arizona), R. Binzel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Drummond (Phillips Lab), M. Gaffey (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), K. Hege, L. Lebofsky (The University of Arizona), P. Thomas (Cornell University), E. Wells (Computer Sciences Corporation), B. Zellner (Georgia Southern University), A. Storr (Towson University), J. Hinz (The University of Arizona)
8.06 Lightcurve Analysis of 4 New Monolithic Fast-Rotating Asteroids
R.J. Whiteley (University of Arizona/LPL), D.J. Tholen (University of Hawaii/IfA), C.W. Hergenrother (University of Arizona/LPL)
8.07 Radar Observations of Asteroid 4486 Mithra
S. J. Ostro (JPL/Caltech), R. S. Hudson (Washington State U.), L. A. M. Benner (JPL/Caltech), M. C. Nolan, J.-L. Margot (NAIC-Arecibo Observatory), J. D. Giorgini, R. F. Jurgens, R. Rose, D. K. Yeomans (JPL/Caltech)
8.08 The Diagnosis of Complex Rotation in the Lightcurve of 4179~Toutatis
B.E.A. Mueller, M.J.S. Belton, N.H. Samarasinha (NOAO)
8.09 A Neural Network Simulation of the SMASSII Asteroid Taxonomy
S. J. Bus, R. P. Binzel (MIT)
8.10 The first asteroid observations using the new SpeX instrument at the NASA Infrared Telescope Facility.
M. S. Kelley (NASA Johnson Space Center), P. S. Hardersen, M. J. Gaffey (Earth & Env. Sci., Science Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.)
8.11 Speckle interferometric images of (216) Kleopatra from the Keck I Telescope
M. Hammergren, B. Macintosh, S. Gibbard (LLNL-IGPP), D. Gavel (LLNL)
8.12 The Role of Big Events in the Overall Collisional Evolution of Asteroids
A. La Spina, A. Dell'Oro, P. Paolicchi (University of Pisa, Italy)
8.13 Multinomial Fits to the Observed Main Belt Asteroid Distribution
A. Campo Bagatin (Physikalisches Inst., Univ. Bern (CH)), V.J. Martinez (Obs. Astron., Univ. Valencia (E)), S. Paredes (Dep. Mat. APl. y Estad., Univ. Politec. Cartagena (Murcia) (E))
8.14 Circular polarimetric observations of asteroids
J. Piironen, K. Muinonen (Observatory, Univ. of Helsinki)
8.15 Space Weathering on Asteroids: Formation of Nanophase Iron Particles and Spectral Change by Labolatory Simulations
S Sasaki (Univ. Tokyo), K Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Y Hamabe, E Kurahashi (Univ. Tokyo), T Hiroi (Brown Univ.)

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