DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 24. Io, Tori, and Satellite Atmospheres

Oral, Chairs: I. de Pater, W. Smythe, Wednesday,
November 28, 2001, 5:00-6:40pm, Regency E

24.01 Io in Eclipse: Keck LWS Images and the Detection of the Forbidden SO a1 \Delta arrow X3 \Sigma- Rovibronic Transition at 1.7 micron.
I. de Pater, H. G. Roe, J. R. Graham (UC Berkeley), D. F. Strobel (JHU), P. Bernath (Univ. of Waterloo), F. Marchis (UC Berkeley), B. Macintosh (IGPP/LLNL)
24.02 Io's 1-2.5\mum Spectrum in Eclipse with SpeX at IRTF
J. D. Goguen, D. L. Blaney (JPL/Caltech)
24.03 The Rheology and Emplacement of the Lava Flows on Io
R. R. Wilson, P. M. Schenk (LPI), A. G. Davies (JPL)
24.04 Thermal Output of Io from Galileo NIMS low and high spatial resolution measurements
W. D. Smythe, R. Lopes, L. W. Kamp, R. W. Carlson (JPL), Galileo NIMS Team
24.05 X-Ray Emission from the Galilean Satellites
R. R. Howell (U. Wyoming)
24.06 Two-Dimensional Modeling of the Structure, Composition, and Dynamics of Io's Atmosphere
W. H. Smyth (Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.), M. L. Marconi (Fresh Pond Research Institute), M. C. Wong (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
24.07 Understanding Variability in Io's Sodium Emission: A Comparison Between Data and Numerical Modeling
M. H. Burger, N. M. Schneider (University of Colorado/LASP), J. K. Wilson (Boston Univeristy/Center for Space Physics)
24.08 High Energy Magnetospheric Ion Interactions with Io and Europa
J. F. Cooper (Raytheon ITSS, SSDOO Project, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD)
24.09 Ion Cyclotron Waves observed near Io on Galileo flyby I31
X. Blanco-Cano (Instituto de Geofisica, UNAM), C. T. Russell (IGPP, UCLA), R. J. Strangeway (IGPP,UCLA), M. G. Kivelson (IGPP, UCLA)
24.10 The ionospheres of Ganymede and Callisto from Galileo radio occultations
A.J. Kliore, A. Anabtawi (Caltech/JPL), A.F. Nagy (SPRL,U. of Michigan), Galileo Radio Propagation Science Team

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